Who Were the First People?.pdf

Who Were the First People?

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Read the story Life in an Anishanabe Camp.. This is a glimpse of what life was like for many of the first people, in Canada. The Anishanabe are one of the many groups of people who migrated to Canada either across the Land Bridge between North America and Asia or when the two continents were much closer together. 1 Over the next few weeks, we will take a closer look at three of these groups of Dorset culture - Wikipedia

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Who Were the First People?.pdf

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