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Where did the native american indians come from?

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A: Even if Native Americans migrated from Asia, they have been here 20-30,000 years longer than Europeans. Whether or not you call that 'native' is up to you. But the Americas have been inhabited longer than England (12-15,000 years) or northern Europe (10,000 years). read more

About four out of five Native Americans, mainly those in Central and South America, probably descend directly from the Anzick baby’s people, Willerslev says. Other native peoples, such as those in Canada, are closely related to the Clovis child. read more

The popular belief, based on genetics and archeological evidence, is that the Indians came to America from Asia when the North American continent was connected to the Eurasian continent through a land bridge (Berringia) exposed during the latest ice age some 11,000 to 26,000 year ago. read more

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