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Early Man in America
Edgar B. Howard
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society
Vol. 76, No. 3 (1936), pp. 327-333
Published by: American Philosophical Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/984547
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In attempting to evaluate the evidence regarding the length of time man has been in the New World, and by what route he came, one must recognize what an important role speculative interpretation has played, and try to give such evidence the place it deserves, without overemphasis. There are a good many facts that have come to light, especially during the last decade, which, while they do not give us complete answers to our queries, at least, they lead us in the path, by which it is hoped a solution of the problem of man's antiquity in America eventually will be found.
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