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October 26, 2023

The Untold Story of America's First Inhabitants: A New Perspective

Over the years, the tale of the first settlers of the Americas has been told with a sense of certainty. The narrative seemed clear-cut: brave pioneers traveled across the Bering Land Bridge some 13,000 years ago, marking the first human footprints on this vast continent. However, recent discoveries have challenged this well-accepted account, offering a fresh, intricate perspective on human migration and America's ancient history.

The traditional narrative was centered around the Clovis First theory. Named after the site near Clovis, New Mexico, where distinct spear points were discovered in the 1920s and 1930s, this theory suggested that the Clovis people were the first to traverse the Bering Land Bridge. Once they set foot in the Americas, these pioneers spread swiftly, leaving behind their signature stone tools.

Yet, new archaeological findings have gradually dismantled this theory. Sites like Monte Verde in southern Chile, with its compelling evidence dating back 14,550...

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