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Idaho artifacts suggest Pacific entry for first Americans

This undated photo provided by Loren Davis in August 2019 shows an overview of the Cooper’s Ferry canyon in western Idaho. In a report released on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019, scientists say they’ve found artifacts in the area that indicate people were living here around 16,000 years ago, providing new evidence that the first Americans entered their new home by following the Pacific Coast. (Loren Davis)

This undated photo provided by Loren Davis in August 2019 shows an overview of the Cooper’s Ferry canyon in western Idaho. In a report released on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019, scientists say they’ve found artifacts in the area that indicate people were living here around 16,000 years ago, providing new evidence that the first Americans entered their new home by following the Pacific Coast. (Loren Davis)

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