|16 Sep 2005|| Alyssa Eldredge|
Well, A lot of Native American horses (at least the stereotype) had paint horses. Also, she doesn't look dark enough. Erin Stevenson O'Connor
replies: "Agreed. The scan lightened things up a bit. The Native Americans rode the horses they ended up rounding up from the horses descended from those the Spanish left here, but that wasn't until the 16th century or so. Before that, there were no horses. That's all I meant. "
|1 Feb 2006|| Alyssa Eldredge|
yay! double post! *does the double-post dance*
Actually, in my religion, we DO believe that there were horses in the Americas. And not only in religion either. Since I'm in Idaho, we had to learn about the Hagerman horse fossil that was found in Hagerman county. Erin Stevenson O'Connor
replies: "I'd never heard of the Hagerman horse before--thanks for bringing it to my attention. That's pretty cool."