An early dog from Southeast Alaska supports a coastal route for the first dog migration into the Americas

Flavio Augusto Da Silva Coelho, Stephanie Gill, Crystal Tomlin, Timothy Heaton & Charlotte Lindqvist
The oldest confirmed remains of domestic dogs in North America are from mid-continent archeological sites dated ~9,900 calibrated years before present (cal BP). Although this date suggests that dogs may not have arrived alongside the first Native Americans, the timing and routes for the entrance of New World dogs are unclear. Here, we present a complete mitochondrial genome of a dog from Southeast Alaska, dated to 10,150 ± 260 cal BP. We compared this high-coverage...
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