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Learn About the Kennewick Man in New Book: ‘Their Skeletons Speak: Kennewick Man and the PaleoAmerican World’

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Their Skeletons Speak,” published a few months ago, is about the Kennewick Man. Authors Sally M. Walker and Douglas W. Owsley give you a tour of how scientists discovered how the Kennewick Man lived and what his life was like. After two young men found the 9,000-year-old bones in 1996, the Kennewick Man gained international attention for providing a way to gain evidence about how the first humans came to North America. You can find more information and order this book on amazon.com.

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