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  • cave
    brought to the Island during the last glacial period Beneath two huge rocks on which lay numerous smaller stones there was a very good natural cave about eight feet in diameter and roughly five feet in height hardly large enough for a small family There were unmistakable signs of having been inhabited The roof which was the bottom of a large boulder was black with soot and the floor bore

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  • forlarch
    for centuries as is shown by among other things the survival in Greenland of chests made apparently of larch wood from North America Hugh Brogan 1985 p The archaeologists found thirty two finely constructed wooden chests so many that they

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  • aglarch
    Razor test the simplest answer is best in the first place The drift wood from Siberia has to float five times further than drift wood from America The flow and wind patterns enable wood from America to flow to Greenland with less dispersion than wood from Siberia Why the conventional wisdom persists is another mystery Furthermore the Nose people eating about 80 of their diet from seafood were not likely

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  • shawnees
    with these village ruins mounds and cemeteries They archaeologists have made just one tentative attempt by stating that probably the Shawnees had villages at Madisonville Cincinnati at the end of the prehistoric period about 1665 1670 and they have this view mainly on their having found a few handfuls of glass beads and small metal objects of European manufacture in graves at this location Hyde 1962 p 144 Comment Handfuls

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  • bloomfield0
    mi satim horse stativ horse 193b u tin am he took ta inn take in 193c u tast u tin his hat lue sette lue sin cap put on cap of his 241a ke pa hk waham he puts a cover on it pakke wrap 241d mete muh heart woman mor mother women of my heart 360b no h ku ma my grandmother kone woman honorable women of mine Critique

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  • bloomfieldc
    to find the true root word For Example They took the word for moccasin from several Algonquin tribes and made a root word maxkasini If the Norse words maka sin meaning pair his are considered the true root words the prototype process added two unnecessary letters to the words One of those letters is x which is rarely used in either Norse or Algonquin The other i obscures the reflexive

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  • newsarticle
    strongly supports the hypothesis that Old Norse speakers visited eastern ancient North America and left very tangible evidence of their presence The Algonquin language is Old Norse Sherwin wrote in the preface of volume four Sherwin a native of Norway before he moved to the U S began comparing the languages because he heard a New England place name before he saw it in print and was told it was of American Indian origin Sherwin disputed this because he recognized the word as one he had long known and the meaning was the same Finding a New England map Sherwin familiar with dialectical Norwegian which is much closer to the Old Norse language than literary Norwegian immediately recognized dozens of place names as Old Norse They had the same meanings in both Algonquin and Old Norse EVIDENCE Verses posted on 6 12 2007 Walam olum Chapter 3 Verse 1 Ancient home Verse 2 Icy snowy Freezing Verse 3 Dream land Verse 4 Hunters break off Verse 5 Mighty Hunters Verse 6 Explorers Verse 7 Baptised for purity Verse 8 Let us Go Verse 9 Akomen Verse 10 Split Verse 11 Freemen Verse 12 Open water Michigan and Milwaukee are two examples from his books Those are names said to be Algonquin with Michigan meaning middle sea basin and Milwaukee meaning good beautiful land In Old Norse midh means middle or lying in the middle and sjoe kumî or sjoe kumme means sea basinî or sea reservoir Lake Michigan lies midway between Lake Huron and Lake Superior hence the translation would be correct Sherwin wrote Milwaukee in Old Norse is milde aakre meaning the pleasant land an almost perfect match for the pronunciation and meaning in Algonquin Sherwin said Omdahl points out that in old Norwegian languages and dialects aa is pronounced as something between the a in war and the o in horse It is one of the typical Scandinavian letters an a with a tiny ring over it Omdahl said Sherwinís books have been overlooked because of World War II and because the last six of Sherwinís books were self published so only a few books went into libraries Paine said An original catalog error shelved the books in the rarely used dictionary section of libraries instead of in the linguistic section where they belong In comparing the Walum Olum word for word with Sherwinís work we found a match for 23 out of 23 words in the first four Walum Olum verses Paine said He and Omdahl are finding continuing patterns in the additional verses After 16 generations of memorization the consistency of the recorded sounds is remarkable Paine said This provides strong evidence that the Walum Olum is an authentic historical document that was first created by people who spoke Old Norse The last seven verses in chapter 3 describe the Norse people of Greenland walking to America on the ice The verses describe a mass of people walking to the west to a better land across

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  • links2
    of Greenland BOSTON MONUMENTS TO NORSE This site shows stones and statues created by Ben Horseford in the Boston area to honor the Norseman NORSE PRIMSTAV in ALGONQUIN HANDS A primstav is a primative Norwegian calendar A book Profiles of Wisdom at this web site shows a primstav held by an Algonquin The oral tradition that has been kept alive with this staff says that our Algonquin ancestors met traded

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