Migration to North America: The Solutrean People, 65,000 Year Old Boats Used to Migrate to Australia, Pyramids Around the World, and the Genetic Profile of the Huron Wendat People and Their Connection to Europe and the Middle East

The original theory of how human beings settled North America involved a mass group of migrants, traveling through northeast Asia, across modern day Siberia and into modern day Alaska, United States of America. This would have been possible because of the Bering land bridge which some people actually lived upon, a region referred to as “Beringia” (pronounced “bear-inn-jee-yah”). It was once thought that this occurred 14,000 - 16,000 years ago, however recent evidence uncovered at Chesapeake Bay,...

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