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Entering America: Northeast Asia and Beringia Before the Last Glacial Maximum

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Anthropology and Archaeology Where did the first Americans come from and when did they get here? That basic question of American archaeology, long thought to have been solved, is re-emerging as a critical issue as the number of well-excavated sites dating to pre-Clovis times increases. It now seems possible that small populations of human foragers
Hardcover, 486 pages
Published September 16th 2004 by University of Utah Press
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One of the books useful in understanding how first humans came to the Americas by following the Kelp Highway
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