Here is a very select list with comments to help guide your selection. I suggest you read them in order if you can. I find some of these books are so low priced that it is easier to buy than to wait for interlibrary loan.
The list is by date,
Notice: Some of the books have existed for centuries.
This list is evidence of a systematic suppression by omission, which was started about AD 1610 by the English Protestants and is now entrenched in North American school curriculums.
Academic professors should have, could have, made these books required reading for most Early American history courses.
The 1,000 year-old LENAPE History is available on line at LENAPE LAND.
Adam DE BREMEN,
Descriptio Insularum Aquilonis, (quoted in Olsen and Bourne, The Northmen, Columbus, and Cabot, 1906)
. The Lenape’ and their Legends,
Eben Norton HORSFORD
Norse Discovery of America,
R. A. DOUGLAS-LITHGOW
Native American Place Names of Massachusetts, Applewood Books, Bedford, MA
Reider T. SHERWIN,
. The Viking and The Red Man,
. Vols. 1-2, Funk & Wagnalls Co., NY,
Vols 3-8 private printing. Eight Volumes, in 1940-42-44-46-48-50-53-56
and E. Adamson Hoebel,
. The Cheyenne Way,
U of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK.
Hjalmar R. HOLAND,
. Explorations in America Before Columbus, Twayne Publishers, Inc., NY.
. The Viking Sagas
Charles H. HAPGOOD,
. Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings,
Chilton Co., Philadelphia.
Thomas E. LEE,
. Archaeological Discoveries, Payne Bay Region, Ungava, University Lavel, Quebec, Canada.
THOMAS E. LEE
Archaeological Investigations of a Longhouse, Pamiok Island. Ungava, University Lavel, Quebec, Canada.
. LAND UNDER the POLE STAR
James Robert Enterline,
. Viking America
Demeter Press, NY
. Bronze Age America, Little, Brown & Co., Boston MA
. The Wayfarers,
FROZEN TRAIL to MERICA, Talerman
. FROZEN TRAIL to
MERICA, Walking to Merica.
John Sorenson, an
World Trade and Biological Exchanges Before 1492,
(on Amazon+electronic copy)