No, Ancient Egyptians Did Not Build a City in the Grand Canyon
Science Refutes Racist, Made-for-TV ‘Alternative Histories’ of Indigenous Americans
The histories of Indigenous peoples of the Americas are fascinating. Looking at the spectacular buildings of Machu Picchu, the walrus ivory carvings of the Canadian Arctic, and the effigy stone pipes of the Eastern Woodlands, and considering the extraordinary diversity of past and present Indigenous cultures, many people wonder at their origins.
How did the First Peoples survive the ice age and arrive on the continents? How did they adapt to the new environments in these lands? Did they arrive 15,000 years ago, or 30,000 years ago? Where did their ancestors …