Ten years isn’t long. Not in a history that began 9,000 years ago. But the discovery of Kennewick Man on July 28, 1996, is dramatically reshaping beliefs about how humans populated the Americas. And his skeleton may continue to raise more questions about the past than it answers.
Kennewick Man’s bones provide window to past
Film entries sought for 10th Annual Native American Indian Film & Video Festival
Eastern Cherokee, Southern Iroquois & United Tribes of South Carolina is calling for entries to their successful annual Native American Indian Film & Video Festival held this year on November 1-5, 2006. ECSIUT will once again bring images, stories, documentaries … Continue reading