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Congress of Tucumán, Argentine War of Independence

The Casa de Tucumán (meaning "House of Tucumán" in Spanish, officially Casa Histórica de la Independencia) is a historic building and museum located in San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina, built during the colonial times. The Congress of Tucumán worked in this house during the Argentine War of Inde…

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San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina History Travel

Since very ancient times, a wide range of Indian tribes whose culture is still being studied have dwelled the area. Among the peoples who inhabited the territory of Tucumán, the most outstanding were the diaguitas calchaquíes, who had experienced a strong influence by the Incas. Settled in the mo…

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Our Newest Blogs for North America

The Archaic Period in the Americas: End of Megafauna

The Archaic period in the Americas saw a changing environment featuring a warmer more arid climate and the disappearance of the last megafauna. The majority of population groups at this time were still highly mobile hunter-gatherers; but now individual groups started to focus on resources availabl…

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"Culture Areas": Grouping North America's Indigenous

Before contact with Europeans, the indigenous peoples of North America were divided into many different polities, from small bands of a few families to large empires.

They lived in several "culture areas", which roughly correspond to geographic and biological zones and give a good indication of t…

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Our Newest Blogs for North America

The Archaic Period in the Americas: End of Megafauna

The Archaic period in the Americas saw a changing environment featuring a warmer more arid climate and the disappearance of the last megafauna. The majority of population groups at this time were still highly mobile hunter-gatherers; but now individual groups started to focus on resources availabl…

Read more

"Culture Areas": Grouping North America's Indigenous

Before contact with Europeans, the indigenous peoples of North America were divided into many different polities, from small bands of a few families to large empires.

They lived in several "culture areas", which roughly correspond to geographic and biological zones and give a good indication of t…

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