Bones: Discovering the First Americans
by Elaine Dewar
Bones—the remains of ancient New World natives now lying in museums and university laboratories across the Americas—are at the center of the scientific and cultural battles described in this provocative book. These bones, award-winning investigative journalist Elaine Dewar asserts, challenge the accepted theory that the first Americans descend from a Mongoloid people who m...more
Hardcover, 640 pages
Published February 19th 2002 by Basic Books
(first published 2001)
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Awesome journey, well said. Vividly conveys the archeological world of set ways and blasts those concepts that have become entrenched in academia. My Ojibwe people have a creation story and it is considered 'myth'; if so, then the Bible is myth as well.