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Get Your "Berings"
Beringia - Where is it and what is it?
Gale UXL Student Resource Center Jr
Bering Land Bridge
Note: Make sure you look at the News and Magazine tabs.
Remember that you only need the database password (not your library card number) to access.
Use these links to learn more about Beriniga.
Bering Land Bridge
National Park Service website for the Bering Land Bridge Natural Preserve in Alaska.
Shared Beringian Heritage Program
National Park Service site that focuses on international cooperation with the Russian Beringia National Park. Also includes information on the origins of Beringia.
Science Bulletins: Tracing the First Americans
This video presented by the American Museum of Natural History visually shows the migration of First Americans and how genetic data supports the theory.
Was there more than one migration?
The First Americans
This article discusses the cultures that migrated across the land bridge.
Polar Energy:Amblin to Alaska
No one knows why the migration occured,but some ideas are discussed on this web page.
Journey to a New Land
Choose your journey according to your grade level. An interactive timeline and games are part of this site. Make sure to access the additional information on the right page of the journey.
Peopling North America
The first page discusses the problems historians have in documenting early migrations. The second page explores theories in migration.
"For decades, scientists thought that the Clovis hunters were the first to cross the Arctic to America. They were wrong." Read how DNA is being used to solve the mystery of who was first.
National Geographic has published several articles on Berengia and the First Americans migration.