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The Stone Age News - Fiona MacDonald
Call Number: 930.12 MAC
ISBN: 0836827781
Publication Date: 2001-01-01
In a lively newspaper format, History News explores the important historical events and everyday activities of people throughout history. Through fascinating feature stories, informative interviews, advice columns, and quirky advertisements, curious young readers can delve into the lives of a variety of peoples, their cultures, and their worlds. With accurate, intriguing text, colorful illustrations, historical maps, and a timeline in each volume, this entertaining series brings history to life!

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The Stone Age - Philip Steele
Call Number: 930.12 HUR
ISBN: 9781859676844
Publication Date: 1998-06-01
Step back in time two million years to the Stone Age.Discover fascinating facts about the life of Stone Ag people--where theylived, what theya re, and what they looked like.

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Archaeology : the definitive guide
Call Number: 930.1 ARC
ISBN: 9781875999460
Publication Date: 2002

Prehistory - Branigan, Keith
Call Number: 930.1 BRA
ISBN: 0862720907
Publication Date: 1984

Early People
Call Number: 930.1 EAR
ISBN: 9780732200633
Publication Date: 1989

Life in Prehistoric times - Hinde, Cecilia
Call Number: 930.1 BIN
Publication Date: 1977

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From the Stone Age to the Space Age - Philip Brooks; William Fowler; Simon Adams
Call Number: 930 BRO
ISBN: 9780754812029
Publication Date: 2003-06-26
Following developments through history, this book explores the first steps towards civilization among the prehistoric peoples. It moves on to explore the early societies of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas, and their history-making achievements such as the invention of writing. The spread of civilization led to increased fighting for new territory, so the book then traces the development of ancient weapons and warfare, from clubs and spears to cannons. Finally, the spotlight turns to the traders, adventurers and professional explorers who opened up new lands. Detailed paintings, inside-view artworks, photographs and maps bring history alive.

Early civilisation - Nichol, Jon
Call Number: 909 NIC
ISBN: 0631933409
Publication Date: 1986

The history of the world - Fry, P.
Call Number: 909 FRY
ISBN: 9780864384218
Publication Date: 2010

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DK online prehistory
Call Number: 930 CHR
ISBN: 9781405321761
Publication Date: 2008

Paleolithic era

Neolithic Era

Paleolithic v/s Neolithic

 

Stories from the Stone Age

This the first of 15 videos that show the volution of human civilisation from the Old to the New Stone Age. 

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