Corley Walsh
Corley Walsh commented on The Z.'s answer
Yeah I read that last night and agree with you Kennewick man eve of natraton naia and luzia some of the oldest skulls in the Americas resemble southeast Asian coastal and oceanic skulls they were proven to be native Americans but they had some non northeast Asian features so there was intermarriage between the people … Read more
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There are several viable theories of how humans arrived in the Western Hemisphere, neither is exclusive of the other. As Rooster alluded to, there were at least two periods of migration across the land bridge at the Bering Strait, which is the most widely accepted theory; as well as by sea (though a far smaller … Read more

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The question of who colonized the Americas, and when, has long been hotly debated. Traditionally, Native Americans are believed to have descended from northeast Asia, arriving over a land bridge between Siberia and Alaska some 12,000 years ago and then migrating across North and South America

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Corley Walsh commented on Rooster Cogburn's answer
Well many modern living native Americans are descended from Polynesians as well as Mongolids and Kennewick man looked Polynesian he may have been Native American but he had Polynesian features so it is possible that the Polynesians made it here by boat before the Mongolids so native Americans have ancestors that were southeast Asian or … Read more