Fossilized footprints found in New Mexico’ White Sands National Park have revealed evidence of human occupation there ...
Stone tools at several of the earliest known archaeological sites inhabited by North America's first peoples look a lot like those used 15,000 years ago by the Jomon people, early inhabitants of ...
In early October ... regional deputy director for Latin America with the International Rescue Committee, a humanitarian group that’s working on migrant safety in Mexico, estimates a tenfold increase ...
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The theory is based, in part, on similarities in stone tools made by the 'Jomon' people (an early inhabitant of ... "definitive evidence" of people in North America before the Last Glacial Maximum ...
Researchers who have argued for such an early arrival hail the new ... many archaeologists have maintained that humans spread across North and South America only at the end of the last ice age.
Scientists have unearthed evidence of a milestone in human culture — the earliest-known use of tobacco – in the remnants of a hearth built by early inhabitants of North America’s interior ...
Archaeologists have uncovered evidence that hunter-gatherers in North America were using tobacco around 12,300 years ago — 9,000 years earlier than ... and Indigenous people in North America ...
Everest Re Group, Ltd. ("Everest" or the "Company") (NYSE:RE) announced today that reinsurance industry leader Jill Beggs will join the company as Senior Vice President and Head of North America ...
The find suggests that humans' use of tobacco began 9,000 years earlier than previously thought ... economy and Western expansion across North America. The earliest evidence of the plant's ...
WASHINGTON, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Scientists have unearthed evidence of a milestone in human culture - the earliest-known use of tobacco - in the remnants of a hearth built by early inhabitants of ...
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