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Ancient Encounters Kennewick Man and the First Americans

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By: James C Chatters(Author)
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Ancient Encounters
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  • Ancient Encounters ISBN: 9780684859361 Hardback Dec 2001 Out of Print #123920
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The skeleton known as Kennewick Man was discovered in 1996 by two young men along the Columbia River near Kennewick, Washington. When the skeleton was brought to Jim Chatters, a forensic anthropologist, Chatters first believed that the remains were those of a nineteenth-century pioneer. He was astonished when radiocarbon dating revealed the skeleton to be approximately 9 500 years old, making it one of the oldest skeletons ever found in North America. This is Chatters' account.

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By: James C Chatters(Author)
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