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  1. Prehistoric Human Migration in the Americas - The Indigenous ...

    The Monte Verde / Clovis Migration The Monte Verde passage went directly to Monte Verde, ... Prehistoric Human Migration in the Americas. ... The Algonquin Passage.
  2. Haplogroup B in Americas: - National Center for Biotechnology ...

    Ancient-DNA studies of prehistoric populations from ... B suggests a later migration of this haplogroup to ... Algonquian migration from ...
  3. First Immigrants: Native American Settlement of North Carolina

    1 ©2005 North Carolina Museum of History Office of Archives and History, N.C. Department of Cultural Resources First Immigrants: Native American
  4. Migration in Prehistory: The Northern Iroquoian Case - JSTOR

    MIGRATION IN PREHISTORY: ... in prehistoric North America, the complex ... Algonquian speakers that nearly surrounded
  5. Popular Science Monthly/Volume 73/September 1908/The ...

    Popular Science Monthly/Volume 73/September 1908/The Prehistoric ... Algonquian and Siouan. The ... to confine all investigation of aboriginal migration to ...
  6. Prehistory - The Canadian Encyclopedia

    The development over time of the various cultures of prehistoric native peoples is therefore ... unchanged and was much like that of the Algonquian peoples ...
  7. Prehistoric Migrations - Oklahoma State University–Stillwater

    ing on the.subject of prehistoric migrations and the introduction oi ... Algonquin, Iroquoian, Siouan ... That the Caddoan migration had been preceded not more
  8. Iroquoian Peoples resulted in the separation of the Siouan ...

    Iroquoian Peoples resulted in the separation of the Siouan and Algonquian Tribes. ... A prehistoric migration is thereby shown.” “Powhatan” in this quotation ...
  9. Search - Algonquian Peoples

    This article is about the numerous peoples speaking Algonquian languages. For the "Algonquin" of Quebec, see Algonquin people
  10. Migration Patterns of Coastal N.C. Indians - The Lost Colony ...

    Migration Patterns of Coastal N.C. Indians. Written by Fred Willard An independent study in English as a requirement for the East Carolina University Honors Program