Initial Peopling of the Americas: New Questions, New Answers
When and from where Native Americans first arrived in the New World is a question scholars have asked for centuries. Lacking direct archaeological evidence, scholars have turned to genetic clues, especially from DNA analysis, to suggest possible scenarios for the initial entry. The talk by Douglas Anderson (Brown University) will summarize the current state of the search for "Early Man" in the Americas. Lecture sponsored by donors to the Hail Lecture Fund.
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