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Ancient Village Discovered on Canada’s West Coast Predates the Pyramids


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Evidence suggests it dates back to the last ice age.
Aleister
Tuesday, April 11, 2017

This is a fascinating story and kind of a fun break from politics. Researchers have discovered an ancient settlement off the west coast of Canada that is approximately 14,000 years old.
The Independent reports:

14,000-year-old village discovered in Canada one of oldest settlements ever found in North America

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The CBC reported:

Archeological find affirms Heiltsuk Nation’s oral history

An ancient archeological find on Triquet Island on B.C.’s Central Coast is adding credence to the oral histories of the Heiltsuk Nation.

“Heiltsuk oral history talks of a strip of land in that area where the excavation took place. It was a place that never froze during the ice age and it was a place where our ancestors flocked to for survival,” said William Housty, a member of Heiltsuk Nation.

 

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