The Old Frontier

Through their million-year history, humans and the hominid progenitor species have heen anything but static. Perhaps because of a desire to escape their fellows, perhaps because of a desire for peace, or perhaps for reasons we will never know, our earliest ancestors migrated from an “Eden” in Central Africa to populate Eurasia and Australia. More recently, perhaps 13,000 years ago, the remote descendents of these early pioneers crossed am Ice Age land bridge between Siberia and Alaska to begin thes human occupation of the New World.


Territorial Expansion Olduvai Gorge Early Ancestor Spanish Conquistador Minoan Civilization 
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