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  • bloomfield
    comparative linguistics work for establishing language families when the only evidence available are modern languages He did so by working out the Algonquian language family the article was published in 1946 Prof Bloomfield was trained as a Germanist If there

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  • franz boas critic
    along the north coast of Africa On the whole the Arab element has retained its language but at the same time intermarriages with the native races were common so that the descendants of the Arabs have retained their old Arab language and have changed their type On the other hand the natives have to a certain extent given up their own languages but have continued to intermarry among themselves and

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  • links1
    After twenty eight 28 years of working beside the authorative professionals researching Ancient America Ida Gallager wrote her own book to explain why she knows that people from Europe were in Ancient America QUINNIPIAC The Quinnipiac believe their ancestors were Vikings in 1100 Quinnipiac means Handsome people Their original name was QUIRIPI which came from greppr in Old Norse meaning stately handsome Typical sound morphing changed the r to n

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  • longhouse
    the trash heaps Lee 1970 Comments Thomas Lee determined that there were three phases of occupation of the longhouses A very brief Norse phase followed by a Dorset phase Then later the Thule Eskimos occupied the site Lee presented his

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  • dorsethouses
    conclusion Plummet wrote The Dorset longhouse is a structure built with the same technical resources as other Dorset habitations Analogies to other longhouses can be explained by a basic convergence in function and by similar technical constraints Plumet 1982 Comment The words above are the summary in English as written by Plumet A simplified translation of sections of the French text indicated that much data was left out of the

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  • stonetowers
    stone beacons about five feet in diameter and ten feet high The stone beacons on Ungava Peninsula stand near to the low stone walls and the open water marvels Lee in his 1968 report wrote that there was A string of astonishing beacons over much of this distance from Ungava Bay to Payne Lake where the European style village was located These stone beacons are made of carefully fitted stone

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  • thorshammer
    has been called Thor s Hammer The base standing over eleven feet tall weighs more than twenty four men and has a pointer on top The pointer weighing as much as three men aims upriver The capstone on top of

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  • eurovillage
    a stone causeway wide enough for wheeled vehicles gave clear indications of a European style village Lee 1968 Comment Payne Lake may have been named by the Old Norse The Old Norse oftern named rivers and lakes by distinctive geological

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