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  1. Prehistoric Human Migration in the Americas - TypePad

    The Monte Verde / Clovis Migration The Monte Verde passage went directly to Monte Verde, ... Prehistoric Human Migration in the Americas. ... The Algonquin Passage.
  2. The Structure of Diversity within New World Mitochondrial DNA ...

    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 ... and Algonquian. Where did these Native Americans come from? ... Conjectured migration routes of the
  4. Early human migrations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Early human migrations and expansions of archaic and modern humans across continents began 1.8 million years ago with the migration out of Africa by Homo erectus and ...
  5. Prehistoric Migrations

    ing on the.subject of prehistoric migrations and the introduction oi ... Algonquin, Iroquoian, Siouan ... That the Caddoan migration had been preceded not more
  6. Prehistoric Migration of American Indians - arthistoryworlds.org

    Prehistoric Migration of American Indians Article about North America. This section on North America owes a great deal to Mr. Eddins. Artifacts and skeletal remains ...
  7. Popular Science Monthly/Volume 73/September 1908/The ...

    Popular Science Monthly/Volume 73/September 1908/The Prehistoric Aborigines of ... the Algonquian. The prehistoric Siouan ... a migration from the north to ...
  8. Migration in Prehistory: The Northern Iroquoian Case

    MIGRATION IN PREHISTORY: ... in prehistoric North America, the complex ... Algonquian speakers that nearly surrounded
  9. Ancestral Art: Information on Algonquian Culture

    The Algonquian peoples are famous for using birch ... face painting ever since prehistoric ... which fragmented after a migration to the Great Lakes ...
  10. Algonquin people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Algonquins are First Nation inhabitants of North America who speak the Algonquin language, a divergent dialect of the Ojibwe language, which is part of the ...