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VIDEO

Mapping the Human Journey

Mapping the Human Journey

See how National Geographic teamed up with Jeff Blossom and Paul Salopek to create a map that mirrors some of our ancestors' route from Africa to the southern tip of South America.

Grades

6 - 12

Subjects

Anthropology, Sociology, Geography, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Social Studies, World History, Storytelling

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André Gabrielli, National Geographic Society
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Last Updated

January 22, 2024

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