The scientific methods employed in the construction of origin theories of Canada's First Nations peoples are diverse and the results are inconclusive. Skeletal evidence of what is believed to be the first modern human, or homo sapien, was found in Africa and is dated to 40,000 years ago. Based upon this information, scientists place the origin of the human species outside of the Americas. This is contrary to the belief of First Nations peoples. According to their oral tradition, they originated in North America and did not migrate from somewhere else. Scientists from several different disciplines support theories of migration from Asia to the Americas, but they disagree over when, how or why the first humans came to the Americas.
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I would think that they originally entered what is known as Canada today along a port town of the Northern Atlantic Coast.
Just like us today
coins and 50 cent bills
Its callee .......colonizers
they had to self-sufficient very quick or will not survive
they came here because they didn't have enough money and for free from religious.
Pioneers and ranchers
Goblins in Canada
they wore no clothes
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it expanded its nation because pioneers traveled west across the plains and the prairies
pioneers of what
Almost everywhere! Most Mormon pioneers were natives of the Eastern areas of the United States and Canada, as well as Great Britain and Europe. A smaller number came from the Southern United States. Proselytizing was not done in Africa, Asia, the South Pacific, and Latin America until later, so there were few if any pioneers from those locations.
the pioneers of a barber is your dick
the pioneers travel bywagons.
Pioneers would know how, otherwise they wouldn't be pioneers ;)