Perhaps not. The Lakota (called Sioux by the French) and Diné (known as Navajo) say their people have always had horses. The standard historical concept taught at US schools is there were no horses for 12,500 years until the Spanish arrived in the Americas. Considering the fact that Europeans did not use the correct names […]Read more
Were Horses Extinct in the Americas?
Up until now scientists and historians have had the last word on the subject. It is curious that paleontogists say yes horses went extinct around 11,000 years ago in the Americas, yet indigenous people say they’ve always had horses. A salient question would be which group knows the most about life on this continent before […]Read more