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Originally Posted by chlinstructor
He could have been one of the lost Indians from the WheretheFuchawie Tribe. 😜

Actually, he was the (former) guide/navigator of said tribe, hence the dent in his head... laugh

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I don't believe for a minute that it was 8,000 yrs. old. I dont see how any bone can not rot away . I have deer skulls in the back yard that are 10 yrs old and showing a lot of age. I know some mud preserves, but not for 8,000 yrs .


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Originally Posted by APDDSN0864
Originally Posted by chlinstructor
He could have been one of the lost Indians from the WheretheFuchawie Tribe. 😜

Actually, he was the (former) guide/navigator of said tribe, hence the dent in his head... laugh

Ed

LOL ! Good one Ed !


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Originally Posted by chlinstructor
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He could have been one of the lost Indians from the WheretheFuchawie Tribe. 😜

Actually, he was the (former) guide/navigator of said tribe, hence the dent in his head... laugh

Ed

LOL ! Good one Ed !
Love that old joke !


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The skull was most certainly from an ancestor of one of the Native American tribes in the area today, Blue said. It’s now expected to be returned to tribes in Minnesota, according to Hable.

Having just a tiny bit of knowledge of certain things, I wonder what evidence she has to make that conclusion. If it was only a few thousand years after "ice out", how does she know which language group was in the area, passing through on their way to another area, or with that healed over knot in his skull maybe he was a captured slave from another group and not an ancestor at all?

They matched up the dent in the skull with the pull handles on the nearest casino slot machines. Perfect match.

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Local Indians will claim ancestral trauma and milk it for all it’s worth.
Very interesting though, and highly unlikely related to today’s tribes in the region. They didn’t arrive until the 1500-1600’s I think, migrating from the east.


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Originally Posted by Oldelkhunter
More importantly what is his gender pronoun?
Probably identified as -







a Mastodon!!!!
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Incredible that science can determine the gender of an 8,000 year old skull and yet here we are in 2022 arguing over if a man can/can't get pregnant or have an abortion!


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Very prominent eyebrow ridges on that skull. Meaning what, I don't know. We visited the pre-historic dig in Mitchell SD and found it very interesting. Those people were unrelated to the Lakota in any way. GD

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Originally Posted by ihookem
I don't believe for a minute that it was 8,000 yrs. old. I dont see how any bone can not rot away . I have deer skulls in the back yard that are 10 yrs old and showing a lot of age. I know some mud preserves, but not for 8,000 yrs .

It takes the right conditions. Most disintegrate, only a very few are preserved or fossilized.

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What makes them think that remnant is native to the area, and not tossed there recently from elsewhere. It was found in a river, IIRC, not excavated from a dig. The evidence trail is lacking.


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Perhaps someone can help me out here, Naia was a maybe 100lb undernourished teenage mother who fell into a sinkhole in the Yucatán maybe 13,000 years ago.

https://hoyonegro.ucsd.edu/naia.php

The relevance here is that I have read somewhere that early populations from South/Central America had an unusual degree of sexual dimorphism wherein the guys averaged considerably larger, and that more than a few males exhibited healed skull fractures, indicating they hit each other a lot.

If I’m recalling all that correctly, this Minnesota skull cap’s healed fracture would fit.

Can’t find a source of where I read it tho.


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Originally Posted by 250Sav_age
I honestly can't think of a more worthless state than Minnesota.

Lol I agree but it used to be a pretty decent state, especially for fishing and occasionally banging a blondie of Scandinavian heritage here and there back when blondes were my thing for awhile in the 80s.

The Twin Cities have since been taken over by the Somalis ... thanks to Obango.


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Q=Why he had dent in head?

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He was 100% certainly a Native American; he was almost certainly a tribe member; and he died right there. All three being true, there's no reason why the current tribe there shouldn't claim him as an ancestor.

There were people in the Americas at least 15,000 years ago, and ever since.


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Indians are never happy, seem like bitches over the least thing.

Their ancestors would cut their throats for being whiny woke pussies.

Those first people were tough as steel. They wouldnt be having hissy fits about football mascots and pipelines

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Originally Posted by RockyRaab
He was 100% certainly a Native American; he was almost certainly a tribe member; and he died right there. All three being true, there's no reason why the current tribe there shouldn't claim him as an ancestor.

There were people in the Americas at least 15,000 years ago, and ever since.
Wasnt any “tribes” back then.

What a maroon. You and your Lee Marvin indian attack the wagon train thought process

Very small family groups, always migrating, hunter-gatherers.


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We will never know any truths if the evidence isn't examined by an independent source, even if that happened it may not be the truth. It is telling when the Indians want it, don't want any examination, and it is suddenly sacred, even though it was likely them who caved in the guys head, which makes it sacred.

Its bullshyte, people have been coming to this Continent for thousands of years.

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