Out of Asia: peopling the Americas and the Pacific
In the present volume Stephen Zegura paints the backdrop for discussion of the peopling of the Americas. He reviews the archaeological record and summarizes the palaeoclimatic data needed for deciding which were the most plausible routes which could have been followed by the first migrants to North America. He draws attention also to the long-standing dispute on the distinctiveness or otherwise of the American Indians and the Aleut-Eskimos, and concludes by presenting a speculative scenario for...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Pacific Institute|
|Book Title:||The Journal of Pacific History (JPH)|
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