A Prehistoric Ethnic Group
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The paper first defines the term, "ethnic group", and then goes on to discuss the contribution of the various ethnic groups that live in America, the oldest originating in the Paleolithic period or Stone Age. The paper concludes that everyone would benefit from becoming better acquainted with these histories.
From the Paper:"Although, other groups certainly coexisted on the planet with the white AMH people, none of the remains found have had the DNA confirmations to a white race as the Cro-Magnon. The Homo erectus, Homo ergaster, and the Neanderthals are all considerably different from each other and from the AMH, but could have possibly mixed at various points in time to cause the range in ethnic groups of today. Another belief of how the white AMH people may have developed into other ethnicities without mixing is through the gradual gain in skills and knowledge that led up to settlements in ancient Babylon, possibly during the Neolithic Age"
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