Who were the first people to migrate to north america?

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For a long time, it has been generally accepted that the first people who were to migrate to North America had walked across a land-bridge from Siberia to Alaska around 15,000 years ago. More recently however, another theory has arisen that challenges the accepted archeological evidence and proposes the idea that Stone Age Europeans may have paddled across the North Atlantic to North America and predated the Clovis people that walked across the land bridge by several thousand years.
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