The North Atlantic Ice-edge Corridor: A Possible Palaeolithic Route to the New World

The North Atlantic Ice-edge Corridor: A Possible Palaeolithic Route to the New World

“For several decades, evidence has been accumulating to support a different theory for the peopling of North America. In this theory, early humans entered America from Europe not Siberia. It happened much earlier than previously believed.

NOTE: this paper was originally published to academia.edu. It was written by Bruce Bradley.

 

Evidence has accumulated over the past two decades indicating that the earliest origin of people in North America may have been from southwestern Europe during the last glacial maximum

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