"Since the 1930s, archaeologists have favored a single migration from Siberia to Alaska as the epic event that peopled the Americas about 13,000 years ago. Stone tools found at Clovis, N.M., and elsewhere, suggested that a single culture spread across much of the continent. This “Clovis first” idea became entrenched."
World Human Migrations
Diné interest in world great human migrations of the past that we also experiences the floods in our histories at times it caused by greatest intelligences being among us the COYOTES, there are many correlation and relationships among human experiences on Earth, one major evidences is by language and blood the study of genetic migrations of the past, the scientific studies by archaeologists in their multi-disciplinary areas, Solutrean is another one of the ancient and their migrations to Americas related to indigenous, Stone Age Colonists graphic on the right map / Ancient Wisdom Survival School on Facebook
"Trace the footsteps of early humans as we explore the cradle of civilization in southwest France and on Spain’s northern coast. On an expedition designed with paleoanthropologist Donald Johanson, examine carvings and cave paintings that illustrate life up to 40,000 years ago. From the Dordogne to Basque Country, stay in beautiful medieval towns that dot these long-inhabited landscapes."
James (Jamie) Shreeve is Executive Editor for Science at National Geographic magazine