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Thousands of years ago, small hunting bands crossed the fragile land bridge linking the Eurasian continent to the Americas and discovered a land untouched by humankind. Over the centuries that followed, their descendents spread throughout this land. Bestselling authors and award-winning archaeologists W. Michael Gear and Kathleen ONeal Gear bring the stories of these first North Americans to life in this magnificent, multi-volume saga.
The discovery of Kennewick Mana male Caucasoid mummy dating back 9,600 yearson the banks of the Columbia River sparked one of the most controversial archaeological debates of the century. What was a white man doing in North America 9,600 years ago? Award-winning archaeologists Michael and Kathleen Gear spin a captivating tale that imagines what might have been: As the glaciers melted, mammoths, mastodons, and giant lions had gone extinct. Rain Bear, the chief of Sandy Point Village, knew his struggling Raven People could be next.