Who Were the First Americans: Proceedings of the 58th Annual Biology Colloquium
Ruth Gruhn, Robson Bonnichsen
Center for the Study of the First Americans, Oregon State University, 1999 - History - 158 pages
Proceedings of the 58th Annual Biology Colloquium, Oregon State University. Seven chapters include genetic and craniometric studies and what they mean in regard to the initial peopling of the Americas.
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Reconstructing Human Societies with Ancient Molecules
mtDNA Variation in Native Americans and Siberians
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Ameri American Indian American Journal Amerindian analysis ancient DNA archaeological Asia Asian Asian populations Ballinger Beringia Beringian biological bone Bonnichsen Brace and Tracer Clovis colonization CR sequences crania craniofacial craniometric cranium cultural D. C. Wallace dendrogram dental diversity early early-Holocene edited Eskimos evidence fluted points gene groups haplogroup X mtDNAs haplotypes History Horai Human Genetics human remains individual Jamestown Jantz Journal of Human Journal of Physical Late Pleistocene linguistic male Merriwether migration Mitochondrial DNA modern humans Monte Verde morphological mtDNA haplogroups mtDNA lineage MtDNA Variation Museum mutation Na-Dene NAGPRA Native American Native American populations Nevada Neves North America northern Asian Oregon State University Origins Owsley Pääbo Pacific rim Paleoamerican Paleoindian Pelican Rapids Physical Anthropology polymorphisms Prehistoric radiocarbon recent region relationships RFLP Siberian populations similar Sinodonts skeleton South Spirit Cave Spirit Cave Mummy Starikovskaya Steele and Powell Stoneking studies Sukernik tion Torroni yr B.P.