” History in its broadest aspect is a record of man’s migrations from one environment to another. “


” In fact, the history of North America has been perhaps more profoundly influenced by man’s inheritance from his past homes than by the physical features of his present home. “


” According to the now almost universally accepted theory, all the races of mankind had a common origin. “


” Again and again, to be sure, on the way to America, and under many other circumstances, man has passed through the most adverse climates and has survived, but he has flourished and waxed strong only in certain zones. “


” Curiously enough man’s body and his mind appear to differ in their climatic adaptations. “


” The evidence points to central Asia as man’s original home, for the general movement of human migrations has been outward from that region and not inward. “


” Man could not stay there forever. He was bound to spread to new regions, partly because of his innate migratory tendency and partly because of Nature’s stern urgency. “


” The human organism inherits so delicate an adjustment to climate that, in spite of man’s boasted ability to live anywhere, the strain of the frozen North eliminates the more nervous and active types of mind. “


” Fertile soil, level plains, easy passage across the mountains, coal, iron, and other metals imbedded in the rocks, and a stimulating climate, all shower their blessings upon man. “



All 9 Ellsworth Huntington Quotes about Man in picture


History in its broadest aspect is a record of man
In fact, the history of North America has been perhaps more profoundly influenced by man


According to the now almost universally accepted theory, all the races of mankind had a common origin.
Again and again, to be sure, on the way to America, and under many other circumstances, man has passed through the most adverse climates and has survived, but he has flourished and waxed strong only in certain zones.
Curiously enough man
The evidence points to central Asia as man
Man could not stay there forever. He was bound to spread to new regions, partly because of his innate migratory tendency and partly because of Nature
The human organism inherits so delicate an adjustment to climate that, in spite of man
Fertile soil, level plains, easy passage across the mountains, coal, iron, and other metals imbedded in the rocks, and a stimulating climate, all shower their blessings upon man.
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