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But it wasn't until now that scientists were able to accurately date the findings, and possibly rewrite the history of the New World as we know it.

The discovery changes the understanding of when humans reached North America. The study, to be published this week in the science journal Nature, said the numerous limb bones fragments of a young male mastodon found at the site show spiral fractures, indicating they were broken while fresh. The scientists say they found what appear to be hammerstones and stone anvils at the site, showing that ancient humans had the manual skill and knowledge to use stone tools to extract the animal's Bone Marrow and possibly to use its bones to make tools.

The site was named Cerutti Mastodon site, in honor of Richard Cerutti, who made the discovery and led the excavation. Advanced radiometric dating technology allowed scientists to determine the mastodon bones belong to the Late Pleistocene period, or , years old, with a margin of error of plus or minus 9, years.

Experts agreed that the earliest records of human ancestors in North America is about 15, years old, but the discovery of the Cerutti site "shows that human ancestors were in the New World ten times that length of time," said paleontologist Lawrence Vescera.

The 11 scientists involved in the study told CNN it's too early to tell the impact of the new findings. For now they want the general audience to see it and understand it, and for their peers to study it -- and even challenge it. As with dromaeosaurs, new discoveries are forcing scientist to re-consider their earlier theories of Human presence in the American hemisphere as well. The time of the first peopling of Mesoamerica remains a puzzle, as it does for that of the Americas in general.

It has been widely accepted that groups of peoples entered the American hemisphere from northeastern Siberia, perhaps by a land bridge across the Bering straits of Alaska that might have existed then, This at some time in the Late Pleistocene, or Ice Age. There is already abundant evidence that by 11, B. C, hunting peoples had occupied most of North America, south of the glacial ice cap covering the northern part of North America. These men hunted such large grazing mammals as mammoth, mastodon, horse, and camel.

They were armed with spears, which were tipped with finely made, bifacial chipped points of stone. Now however, new discoveries and new data from the old sites are changing our understanding of the peopling of the Americas. For decades the consensus thinking was that the first Americans were big-game hunters the Clovis who traveled from Asia across the Bering Land Bridge near the end of the Ice Age, about 12, years ago.

Named for an occupation site in Clovis, N. These earliest people, called Paleo-Indians, are known for their fluted spear points. The Clovis people were thought to have settled in the interior plains of North America between 11, and 11, years ago. From there, they colonized the Western Hemisphere, following the diminishing game through the upland plains of Central America and the Andes, avoiding the coasts and tropical forests and reaching the tip of South America by 10, years ago, the end of the glacial period.

This Clovis migration theory however, developed early in the history of radiocarbon dating, and before much was known of regions outside the Clovis heartland of the U.

Now abundant new data from several of those areas cast doubt on the theory. According to these findings, Clovis was not settled early enough to be the ancestor of Central and South American Paleo-Indians. Several well-documented sites south of the U. In addition, few Ice Age cultures on either side of the land bridge had fluted spear points or hunted big game. There are other problems with the old Clovis theory: In the late 's and through to the 's a group led by Air Force Lt.

Remains of literally hundreds of species from saber toothed cats to Giant ground sloths were discovered along with the remains of over paleoamericans. Powell and Jerome C. Rose, March 1, Link to study. The Kennewick skeleton is a male who died between 45 and 50 years of age.

He was approximately cm 5' 9" tall, based on an average of all stature estimates. The geologically correlated age for the skeleton is yr. Like other early American skeletons, the Kennewick remains exhibit a number of morphological features that are not found in modern populations.

For all craniometric dimensions, the typicality probabilities of membership in modern populations were zero, indicating that Kennewick is unlike any of the reference samples used.

Even when the least-conservative inter-individual distances are used to construct typicality probabilities, Kennewick has a low probability of membership in any of the late Holocene reference samples. Similar results were obtained by Ozolins et al. The most craniometrically similar samples appeared to be those from the south Pacific and Polynesia as well as the Ainu of Japan, a pattern observed in other studies of early American crania from North and South America Steele and Powell , ; Jantz and Owsley Thus Kennewick appears to have strongest morphological affinities with populations in Polynesia and southern Asia, and not with American Indians or Europeans in the reference samples.

Clay mock-up of what Kennewick man may have looked like. Done before genetic information was available. Therefore the mindset was of a different people. The Ainu, are believed to be the first settlers of northern Japan - not southern Japan. They are thought to have migrated there by 13, B. They are an ethnic group indigenous to Hokkaido, the northern part of Honshu in Northern Japan, the Kuril Islands, much of Sakhalin, and the southernmost third of the Kamchatka peninsula.

The word "Ainu" means "human" in the Ainu language; There are over , Ainu today, however the exact figure is not known as many Ainu hide their origins to protect against racism or in many cases are not even aware of them because of cross-breeding since ancient times. Official discrimination against the Ainu was outlawed in The origins of the Ainu are uncertain, they are likely a branch of the proto-Japanese Jomon stock the original inhabitants of Japan , that migrated from Africa some thousand years ago, and occupied Japan and most of Asia before the Mongol expansion from China, the current Japanese people are the "Yayoi" who immigrated to Japan from China circa B.

Various other Asian aborigine populations, from Okinawa to Taiwan, and as far away as Australia, are also thought to be related to them. Crossbreeding naturally did take place. Observations by Marshall Everett - stated that an Ainu chieftain had attended the Anthropology Exhibits at the World's Fair in St Louise, this allowed such close examinations as follow: They are almost the same height as the Japanese, but are heavier, and they haven't the almond eye The Ainu have wavy hair, often curly.

Black is the predominant color. The hair of the children is lighter, and often auburn. All Ainu hair is coarse and strong They are light reddish-brown in color, and have none of the sallow yellowness of the Mongolian.

They have expressive eyes, and almost every Ainu's eyes are light brown in color. Black eyes are rare among them Their foreheads are narrow, and slope gently backward. Their noses are slightly hooked, flat and broad, with wide nostrils. They have large mouths and firm, thick lips.

They have exceptionally long ear lobes. Perhaps they will give you some indication of what the Ainu originally looked like before crossbreeding. Arlington Springs Woman 10,, years old Location: Minnesota Buhl Woman 10, years old. Grimes Point Woman 9, year old. Nevada Kennewick Man 9, years old.

Pelican Rapids Woman 7, years old Location: Minnesota Spirit Cave Man 9, years old Location: Wizard's Beach Man 9,, years old. Nevada Wilson-Leonard 9, , years old Location: Several sets of investigators are collaborating on bioarchaeological studies within the Pacific Northwest.

Most of this work is known through personal communication and few details are available in advance of publication. At least three sets of researchers are engaged in DNA studies, and three sets of researchers are undertaking projects to develop more extensive, region-wide osteological studies.

These efforts include work on the early Braden and DeMoss remains with Yohe and Pavesic , and work on Congdon remains with Chatters and Hackenberger Bonnichsen and Weitzel continue to refine their approaches to archaeologically recovering animal and human hair for DNA analysis. A collaboration is also developing around re-evaluating the bioarchaeology and osteology of the Karlo Site in Northern California Breschini, personal communication Loring Brace University of Michigan and Richard Jantz University of Tennessee, Knoxville are attempting to incorporate cranio-facial measurements from Pacific Northwest crania into their respective worldwide comparative databases.

Jantz and Owsley a are performing multivariate analyses to explore differences between ancient crania and modern populations. They have recently argued that Buhl skeletal remains show differences between the ancient and modern populations, and that Buhl's morphometric traits are not similar to modern Native American groups; in fact they are closer to groups from the Pacific.

They suggest that a source of the early migrants to America might be found in Asian Circumpacific populations. These populations are quite naturally variable, but their craniofacial morphology consists of cranial vaults that are large, long and narrow, forward projection of the face, and low faces.

Polynesians and some ancestors to early California Indian populations probably came out of these populations. The sample includes the pre-Mazama Prospect burial, from Oregon. Each cranium was compared to 34 modern groups. Six crania Prospect, Wet Gravel male, Wet Gravel female, Medicine Crow, Turin, and Wizards Beach fall into the variation of modern groups; however, they do not show any particular affinity with nine modern Native American samples.

When the crania are compared to each other they form three distinct groups. They conclude that their results are inconsistent with hypotheses of a single ancestral group and suggest that historic cranial variation is probably of recent origin. As early as Brace and his collaborators Brace et al. These ideas are cross-fertilizing with the Ossenberg scenario involving migrations of proto-mongoloid, Paleo Tlingit-Haida populations from Southeast Asia followed by later Paleo Aleut-NaDene populations.

Brace and Nelson personal communication are further developing the Circumpacific origins of early New World migrants. In this respect, Fenton and Nelson personal communication are further exploring the affinity for the Buhl woman. Fenton is also addressing the related significance of the Buhl woman's Harris lines and Os Acromiale. Neves and Blum are testing the recent claim that craniofacial observations of the Buhl Paleoindian remains are similar to other North American and East Asian populations.

The measurements of the Buhl skull were compared to twenty-six modern populations Howells , and to a Paleoindian skull from Lapa Vermelha, Brazil, which shows morphological similarities with Africans and Australians.

Multivariate analysis shows that there is a great difference between the Paleoindian skulls, and when compared to the modern populations the skulls belong to different clusters. They suggest that at least two populations peopled the Americas; one with characteristic "Mongoloid morphology," and another with a generalized morphology.

Guy Tasa University of Oregon has recently expanded his efforts to construct an osteological database for Oregon. Tasa's work includes metric and non-metric data for crania, post-cranial remains and dentition. Equivalent data records compiled by the University of Idaho require similar computer database work in order to improve their value for comparative analysis.

Such analysis should be completed as part of their efforts to document cultural affiliations for NAGPRA consultations. Results from these studies should be incorporated into databases from the University of Idaho and University of Oregon.

All of the above works in progress have relevance for investigating the biological affinity and cultural affiliation of early human remains such as those of "Kennewick Man. One project involves the analysis of an early unprovenienced cranium Chatters et al. The corrected and uncorrected age estimates place the remains in a time range between and years ago Chatters et al.

Nuchal development, very large mastoid processes, a moderate supraorbital ridge and rounded supraorbital margin, mark this individual as male. The cranium is high, long, and narrow cranial index Like the Kennewick skull Chatters temporal lines occur high on the parietals and extend posteriorly to the lambdoidal suture. Superior and inferior nuchal lines are well developed and there is an inion hook. Pending the results of additional forensic science work to determine the origin of the remains, CWU will explore possible cultural affiliation of CWU-DO1 in discussions with representatives of the region's Native American communities.

Current studies of cranio-facial morphology are investigating patterns in measurements that may express biological affinity within and between Pacific Northwest populations. The majority of the sample of crania represent middle and late period populations, but the comparative analysis can be expanded to include earlier crania from the region and elsewhere. Different preferences for choice of measurements and statistical methods among researchers, fragmentary crania, and small sample sizes hamper definitive conclusions at this time.

The conceptual ties between hypothesized biological affinities and possible cultural affiliation are also at issue. Loring Brace personal communication, has recently added a significant sample of cranio-facial measurements for the Pacific West and Northwest into his Michigan database. Many of these measurements are derived from crania in the Central Washington University osteological collection.

His preliminary results show that a sample of undeformed crania fall near Haida and Jomon-Ainu-Polynesian samples opposite Athapascans and other Amerindian samples. D-square values are being calculated and plotted in order to determine possible levels of mixing that might be present among the Northwest samples.

Such mixing is already well represented in a Patagonian sample that shows combinations of Jomon-derived and Amerindian-derived features. Most of the sample of unmodified crania lack documented archaeological contexts. Shumate and Hackenberger have compiled data for a sample of some 70 male crania from across the Columbia Basin see Appendix The study is exploratory in nature; however, results are of potential interest to investigators studying Paleoindian crania.

One interest is whether or not any middle or late period crania fall in the range of variation of the earliest sample. Another interest is if middle and later period samples from the Pacific Northwest separate into distinct subgroups. The majority of the sample of Pacific Northwest crania in the Shumate and Hackenberger study comes from data records completed by Heglar and Mulinski and others University of Idaho.

The set of approximately 70 crania has measures for between 9 and 20 cranio-facial dimensions. A preliminary analysis using nine standard measures discriminates between a group of Polynesian-like Paleoindians and several groups of historic Amerindians Richard Jantz, personal communication, Two Columbia Basin male crania fall near the Paleoindian cluster in the analysis these fall on the upper right of the discriminate plots.

One is from 45FR and one is from 45OK Both skulls like the Paleoindian crania are relatively long, narrow, and high vaulted. An outlier with some similar characteristics long and narrow is identified from the Wildcat Canyon Site 35GM9. This cranium also falls on the right side of plots and may represent a cranium with some degree of post-depositional modification.

Most of the Columbia River Basin crania fall in the center of the discriminate plots; however, crania from 45FE44, 45GA, and 45GA18 represent outliers on the opposite left side of the plots. The implications of these results await detailed consideration of osteological data records, photographic records, and fuller evaluation of the archaeological contexts of the sample crania. Expanded analysis should include a larger battery of cranio-facial dimensions and enlarged samples of male and female crania.

Attention should also be focused on cranial non-metric observations and dental measurements and observations. Clearly placing the "Kennewick Man" within this type of fuller regional investigation of cranial morphology and other osteological and dental traits holds promise for additional study of his possible phenotypic affinity and, based on other types of considerations, his possible cultural affiliation as interpreted under NAGPRA. About 12, years ago, when ice sheets still covered parts of North America, a baby boy lived, died and was buried in a rocky grave in a field in western Montana.

A new whole genome sequencing of this infant — the oldest genome sequence of an American individual — identifies his community as ancestors of Native Americans who live on the continent today. As always, this type of statement is contradicted elsewhere. Although rare in most Native Americans in the U. One of the tricks of the Albino deceivers is to use trick terms. In this case, they use Mal'ta Siberia to imply Mongols like the current people who live there.

But in the ancient past, the people of Mal'ta were a Khoisan-like people, as demonstrated by their artifacts and genetics. In , the autosomal DNA of a male infant from a 12,year-old deposit in Montana was sequenced.

The DNA was taken from a skeleton referred to as Anzick The skeleton was found in close association with several Clovis artifacts. Comparisons showed strong affinities with DNA from Siberian sites, and virtually ruled out any close affinity of Anzick-1 with European sources see the "Solutrean hypothesis". The DNA of the Anzick-1 sample showed strong affinities with sampled Native American populations, which indicated that the samples derive from an ancient population that lived in or near Siberia, the Upper Palaeolithic Mal'ta.

We analysed 19 different published Siberian populations and found that allele-frequency-based D-statistics in all cases, with the exclusion of Naukan, were compatible with a diversification pattern of Siberian, NA, SA , with no evidence for gene flow into theNAgroup Supplementar Information section 15 , a pattern that agrees with previously published results This suggests that model 1 is more likely, and that the structure between NativeAmerican lineages predates the Anzick-1 individual and thus appears to go back to pre-Clovis times.

Next,we addressed the relationship of theAnzick-1 genome towholegenome sequences from contemporary humans, including two novel genomes from Karitiana and Mayan individuals, and from the ancient Saqqaq sample We assessed the genome-wide genetic affinity of the Anzick-1 individual to contemporary non-African human populations by computing outgroup f3-statistics21, which are informative on the amount of shared genetic drift between an individual and other populations. In addition to raising its concerns in the affected countries, Americas Watch also examined the role played by foreign governments, particularly the United States government , in providing military and political support to abusive regimes.

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