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What is the early arrival theory?
The theory that people could have arrived earlier than 12,000 years ago either from an earlier use of Beringia or on dry land or by boat. Page 39
theory
explanation
band
A small group of people who work together to do things, such as hunting.
artifacts
Objects that early people had left behind.
migration
movement
A voluntary or forced movement of people from one place to another.
culture
way of life
glacier
huge sheets of ice
origin stories
Stores that tell of peoples' beliefs about the world and their place in it.
archaeologists
Scientists who study the cultures of people long ago.
evidence
proof
nomads
Wanderers who have no settled home such as hunters.
In what ways did the Ice Ages change the Earth environment?
A land bridge caused by glaciers locking up water and making oceans shallower uncovered land connecting Asia and North America which is called Beringia.