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 ...
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Holand"s Mooring Sones #1, 2, & 3.
HOLAND'S MOORING STONES #1, 2, & 3.
Holand’s Mooring stones #1. 2. and 3, are shown in this picture as white targets above the white “Z” locators. Mooring stone #3 is at Duck Lake that is at the highest elevation. From this lake, near Lake Park, MN, today, the heavy crew-rowed boats could go mostly down stream to the Gulf of Mexico. The Duck Lake and La Belle Lake have been divided by a road way. Duck Lake had a streams flowing away toward Buffalo River in the west and La Belle Lake flows from the east side.
The cross over from the Red River watershed to the Mississippi watershed occurs further down stream of the water flowing from the east end of La Belle Lake, northeast of Lake Park, MN.