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Archaeologists in Michigan have excavated a Native American camp near

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prateek176 wrote:
I have one query

The main reason why I eliminated option B was that option B says that "European goods have been found at all camps in the region that have been reliably dated to the late 1620's. I believe this rather narrows down the scope to only 1620s. It can very well mean that the site could have existed during the early 1700s.

Could you please help me on this one?



Here is what makes the difference:

"... European traders were active in the region from the 1620's onward"

European traders were active from 1620s onwards... So a camp of a date later than 1620s (1700s too) would have some influence of European traders. Hence it reduces the probability of the site existing in early 1700s.
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