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Archaeologists Unearth the True Identities of the First Americans

Archaeological discoveries across the Americas have shaped our understanding of when and how humans first reached the so-called New World. The story told by artifacts unearthed from sites all the way from Alaska to Chile is hotly debated.

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    The 1st Americans were not who we thought they were

    The 1st Americans were not who we thought they were

    For decades, we thought the first humans to arrive in the Americas came across the Bering Land Bridge 13,000 years ago. New evidence is changing that …

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