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The first known migration to the Americas occurred 13,000-15,000 years ago from Asia, and over the course of many millennia, peoples spread out across the American continents, with estimates of the pre-Columbian population ranging from 10 to 50 million people.

Beginning in the 11th century, Vikings are believed to have established fishing villages in what is now Canada.

The first known migration to the Americas occurred 13,000-15,000 years ago from Asia, and over the course of many millennia, peoples spread out across the American continents, with estimates of the pre-Columbian population ranging from 10 to 50 million people.

Beginning in the 11th century, Vikings are believed to have established fishing villages in what is now Canada.