Extremely Humble Beginnings

 

 

 

The Family of Man

 

 

So Humble Were the Beginnings of the Human Species
 

 

 

 

 

 



To Learn More About From Whence Man Came, This Link's For You

 

 

Postscript: Professor *****,
I felt compelled to thank you again for the add; not to curry your favor but indeed to express profound thanks inasmuch as this is probably the last formal course at a formal educational institution Iíll ever take; and among the most important. While I had bought at discount a library-discarded 1993 Anthropology by Embers text, though meaning to read same never quite got to it. I am astounded by the substantial amount of time involved in the evolutionary process, not that I ever stopped to think about it, and one must come away with the sense of Ďand all thatÖ..for thisí. This course should be required curriculum along with psychology, sociology, etc., but probably wonít be owing to what is, as it should be, a very humbling educational experience for any member of the human race.
             Regards,
                                  Al Peia

 

Grades

Campus

Los Angeles Trade Tech College

Semester

Fall 2009

Student

ALBERT  L. PEIA

 

Section

Course

Units

Grade

T7971

ANTHROPOLOGY   101

3

A

T7912

PHYS ED  628

1

A

 

Human Evolution†††††

Timeline/Beginnings†††††††††† Brief Summary†††††† Summary/Conclusions

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