As "AD" has been established in the first sentence, the inclusion of "AD" after every year is unnecessarily repetitious and could be viewed as "in your face" affront to non-Christians or those preferring the neutral "CE". --StarFire209 15:56, 28 August 2007 (UTC)

Again... see Talk:17th century and Talk:Distant past and stop leaving the same text and comments everywhere. One place is sufficient. -- Sulfur 16:10, 28 August 2007 (UTC)


American indian settlement amerind

American Indian settlement

Admitedly I don't know enough about American history to identify any higly period-specific markers that might be present in the Amerind clothing or something similar; but save for those I'm pretty sure there's no hard evidence to place this event in the 18th century rather then the 17th or 19th. Again, unless someone with more knowledge of the era can correct me. -- Capricorn 19:31, September 3, 2010 (UTC)

the long house in the photo is more like mohican becasue thos were the tribes that were next to the mohawk and the rest of the iroqouis league delaware tribe could have had long houses as well but as for the navajo they would not commonly build long houses becasue of the lack of timber in the deserts of the south west. the navajo were the decendents of the pueblos and the pueblos were also decended from the anasazi that had lived there thousands of years back but the south west tribes had been mostly asociated with the cliff mountain houses of mud brick rather then long house. but they could have used the tee pee type tents when on the move. i hope this helps answer your question about the photo graph 14:32, January 5, 2012 (UTC)

important cities Edit

would adding the foundation of important places be ok to do if there mentioned in the show? because

  • detroit ,michigan was founded in 1701
  • Pittsburgh ,Pennslvania was founded in 1758
  • cleveland ,ohio was founded in 1796? and if theres a couple others i can look them up as well. 14:08, January 5, 2012 (UTC)
Only if those dates were mentioned in the show. -- sulfur 14:27, January 5, 2012 (UTC)