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The Coastal Martitime Migration Hypothesis

Living Room Lecture

The peopling of the Americas during the late Pleistocene has been an enduring topic of archaeological interest for over a century. It was long argued that Clovis big game hunters entered North America through an ice-free corridor. Alternatively, Knut Fladmark in 1979 argued that they may have traversed by foot along the coast. In recent decades it has been argued that Paleoindians, who occupied the Northern Channel Islands around 13,000 years ago, may have employed sophisticated watercraft to migrate down the coast.

Neighborhood: North Inland

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760-291-0370
vchappins@sandiegoarchaeology.org

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Apr 6, 2023
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

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