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Native Americans

Land bridge Theory

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According to the Land Bridge Theory, where did Native Americans migrate from? Asia to North America
a thick sheet of ice glacier
landbridge first humans crossed to get into America Beringia /Bering Strait
What is the definition of migrate? to travel
Why did the first Americans come to North America to hunt for food
What type of food were the first Americans following Woolly mammoth
What is the travel route the first Americans traveled? Alaska, Canada, Unites States, Mexico, and South America
How was the ice formed over the Landbridge? low temperatures caused the level of water in the ocean to drop
What is the landbridge theory? The landbridge theory tells how the first Americans walked from Asia to North America over a land bridge made of ice to find food, clothing, and shelter.
Created by: dsmfulton