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Submitted by btilly (United States), Nov 6, 2010 at 22:27

The Bering was named later and is still on the map, but the space had no name at first. The Chinese Muslims are Uighers in the Carribean from Cuba released. The Mongolians crossed over the land now known as the Bering Strait. American Indians are so-called because the Italians were loking for India and found Mongolians and called them Indians. Just like Indo-Europeans are dark Caucausians, like you.

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