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    Ever wonder why the ancient settlers of the pacific coast of North America never mined the prolific placer gold deposits in the streams of the western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains of California?  The gold deposits were mined in what now is Arizona and New Mexico in ancient times, so why not northwest from there up the pacific coast?  The reason is that the relatively advanced pueblo culture of northern Mexico and the southwestern U.S. was an offshoot of the advanced building culture to the south, of the Olmecs, really one-and-the-same as the Mayans (named after a sister of Atlas), having migrated to the north, probably more in earnest when the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b.c., when irrigation, and the canals to prove it, were necessitated where previously wild fruits and vegetables provided ample fare for humans and animals, when even elephants roamed the gulf coast.

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