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    BLOOMFIELD Roger Williams EDGAR SAPIR Reider T Sherwin FR AN K BOAZ Ms Stromsted FRINGE MOVEMENT ALERNATE TIMING TIMING OTHERS GOOD EVIDENCE FOR EVIDENCE AGAINST Grotius 1624 Grotius exposed INFORMATION

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  • Edward Sapir critic
    hypothesis He wrote four papers 1 4 about the West Coast Algonquin tribes He wrote two papers 0 7 on western plains Algonquins He wrote one paper 0 35 evaluating the Nordic race superiority To believe he would have indentified the relationship between Algonquin Old Norse without intensive study is an attempt to turn a genius into a god Because Sapir did not catch the relationship only proves that his

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  • artifact
    ARTIFACTS EVIDENCE STRONG EVIDENCE FOR GOOD EVIDENCE AGAINST EVIDE NCE FOR INFORMATION AGAINST OPINION Home

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  • Info-North

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  • norsewords
    possible to determine when each Norse settlement was made in America I am in hopes it may be possible to do this at some future date as it would give an idea how long the Norsemen did travel to these shores It appears from my translations that such migrations continued into the fourteenth century or to the time of the Black Death Sherwin 1940 p 338 Sherwin had no problem believing Algonquin words had Norse roots He grew up speaking a dialect similar to Old Norse in remote Norway After migrating to northeast North America he was surprised to recognize that many Indian place names when spoken out loud described the land he was seeing Sherwin compared over 15 000 phrases with Old Norse roots to Algonquin words Sherwin 1940 For example Sherwin recognized Algonquin Agawam as marsh There were six Agawam place names in Massachusetts Early Europeans defined three of them as ground overflowed by water two of them were defined as marsh and one had no definition Douglas Lithgow 1909 Stromsted also could speak a dialect similar to Old Norse because her parents sent her to a remote island for safety during World War II She added to

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  • afnorewords
    Washington DC edited byWilliam C Sturtevan has one volume 17 devoted to language and chapters in volumes 6 and 15 devoted to Algonquin languages None of the authors of those sections refer to Old Norse roots for Algonquin words Sturtevan 1978 Comment Both of the authorities above discuss variabtions of the International Phonetic Alphabet chart Although Sherwin may not have known about the chart he accepted changes in sounds similar

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  • comparison comments
    his vital clue in the word BOKOGADE He knew from previous analysis that GADE meant leg so the BOKO could have meant broken Using that clue he identified a verb braaka a noun braank and an adjective brankadhr from Old Norse that were similar in sound to the BOK POOG and P8 K words Sherwin then presumed that the original meanings of half or piece had been break in half

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  • against list
    STRONG EVIDENCE against ALGONQUIN NORSE WORDS Critic LEONARD BLOOMFIELD Advocate Critic EDGAR SAPIR Advocate FRINGE MOVEMENT Alt Hypothesis TIMING Hypothesis OTHERS Linguistic Evidence Home

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