WHETSTONES (SEE LENAPE HISTORY, WEEK 14, Part B) ________ VIKING VISITORS to NORTH AMEICA . The most compelling evidence of Norse ...
Educators have written that "the Vikings did not make a significant contribution" to North America. . The educators do NOT gi...
WHETSTONES Archaeologists, who do research on ancient sites, know that if they find a whetstone, they can be positive that Norse were in ...
Monday, May 20, 2013
LENAPE HISTORY OUTLINE
VIKING VISITORS to NORTH AMERICA [23 min DVD]
presents evidence that:
Vikings were in North America 1,000 years ago, and
They were still in western Minnesota in 1362.
VIKING WATERWAY presents modern evidence to show
why the Vikings were in North America.
They were in North America to trade throughout the
They used an ancient waterway from the
Copper Trading Era.
The major trade route is still in use as I-95.
LENAPE LAND [38 stanzas of 144 stanzas of Oldest American History presents testimony that:
Vikings called themselves “Lenape.”
Lenape came to western Minnesota about 1121.
More Lenape migrated to western Minnesota by 1360
Lenape history connects to modern history
The first meeting of US style Government
A Norwegian rescue attempt,
The fate of Paul Knudson,
The ten mates dead episode.
LENAPE MIGRATION presents the route the Lenape took when they left western Minnesota
Geographic connections include:
the caves in South Eastern Minnesota,
the land west of the Mississppi,
the Missouri, Mississippi, and Ohio rivers.
the Atlantic coast.
Historical connections include:
the 1472 Norwegian ship.
the fight with De Soto,
the devastation of De Soto’s diseases.
the 2nd English Voyage to America.