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Professor Dennis O'Rourke Co-authors Article in the journal Science

The Genetic Prehistory of the New World Arctic

"Humans first peopled the North American Arctic (northern Alaska, Canada, and Greenland) around 6000 years ago, leaving behind a complex archaeological record that consisted of different cultural units and distinct ways of life, including the Early Paleo-Eskimos (Pre-Dorset/Saqqaq), the Late Paleo-Eskimos (Early Dorset, Middle Dorset, and Late Dorset), and the Thule cultures."

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Last Updated: 3/22/18