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Upward Sun River

Upward Sun River

Upward Sun River Team 2011

The discovery at Upward Sun River is considered to be the first and earliest evidence of human remains in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic of North America.

Supporting Material:
A Terminal Pleistocene Child Cremation and Residential Structure from Eastern Beringia. By Ben A. Potter, Joel D. Irish, Joshua D. Reuther, Carol Gelvin-Reymiller, Vance T. Holliday. Published 25, February 2011, Science 331, 1058 (2011)

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