Finally, in the far North-East live Eskimos, whose language is undoubtedly akin to the Aleut language and is not related to the other languages ??of the world! Perhaps all of these "small", with no relationship with large linguistic families of languages ??are with each other in a relationship dating back to ancient times? In 1883, the monograph "On the non-Russians of the Amur region." Its author was Academician LI Schrenk, the biggest connoisseur of the peoples of the Far East. Once upon a time in ancient times almost the whole of Asia, suggested Schrenk, was settled peoples, and different in appearance and language from the representatives of the Mongoloid race, speaking natyurkskih, Tungus, Mongolian languages. These ancient inhabitants of Asia Academician Schrenk suggested calling "Paleo-Asiatics', ie the ancient Asians.