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Who were the Clovis people?
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  1. In 1932, artifacts found near Clovis, N.M., revealed a civilization that had lived in North America about 11,000 years ago. Bones and artifacts at the site led archaeologists to deduce that the Clovis people hunted large animals with sophisticated weaponry and they had a short history of about 500 years. One theory proposes that they came from Siberia to America during an Ice Age, crossing over the Bering land bridge (now underwater) and traveling through an ice-free corridor in the northern United States. They then migrated through and settled in the Southwest.

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