There were apparently 3 major waves of immigration to North America. But
the connectivity of languages goes far beyond these different waves. The
connection transcends the continents in some cases.
>Do you think it's true that the Navajo people migrated from Mongolia across
>and south, some of them turned east and settled in the Arizona area,
>displacing the Anasazi, and the rest continued south, settling in South
>I have heard that during World War II when Americans were using Navajo as a
>"secret" language, some South American Indian men recognized it as closely
>related to their language, and both groups remembered the account of the
>separation of the two groups, one continuing south and the other turning
>Any documentation on that?
I have never head that but Native American history and archeology has not
been a focus of mine.
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