Stephen H. Lekson, in his book "A History of the Ancient Southwest," theorizes that the "New World was initially populated, at least in part, by boat people." Richard S. MacNeish and Jane G. Libby postulate that the New World could have had human occupation as early as 55,000 BP based on findings at the Pendejo Cave, New Mexico site. It is obvious that, whether by land or sea, distance never mattered to these early occupants!
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Oct 20, 2016
vol XXVII issue 42
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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