Where Did the Amerindians Come from?

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The New World migration model states Amerindians migrated to the Americas from Eurasia. This migration came across a land bridge connecting the two continents known as Beringia.
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If you wanted to know where the Amerindians did come from, they lived on the continents of both South and North America. The term 'Amerindian' is used to refer to the native people who lived in America before the Europeans arrived. These peoples include the Eskimos. Another term for Amerindian is aboriginal.
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