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Haida and Tsimshian Indians gathering in Juneau on Friday will get a chance to prove they're directly related to one of the very first Alaskans — a 10,300-year-old mariner whose bear-chewed bones were discovered a decade ago in a cave on Prince of Wales Island.
Most importantly, however, the evidence indicated that On Your Knees Cave man was a prime example of a relatively new theory about how the first people may have spread across the Americas, even before the last ice age ended.