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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

VANGUARD of the LENAPE

The scholars  listed 
below are in the
VANGUARD of
LENAPE HISTORY.
The names are arranged 
from the latest to join the Vanguard 
to the oldest,
Pope John XIX in AD 1015.
.
.
The VANGUARD
believes that
.
NORSE CATHOLICS were in 
North America 
1,000 years ago.
* * *
..t They called
themselves "LENAPE."
* * *
The English called the NORSE,
"VIKINGS."
* * *
VIKING means, "VALLEY PLACE."
* * *
The "Viking" name may have been known in England in the 9th to the 11th century when Danelaw was in effect.  Norse people would have settled in the valleys in England. Anglo Saxon people moved to the hills Thus "Viking" would have meant "the people in the valley place." 

Because of the two century occupation, later generations of English were knowledgeable of Norse people and language.  In the 17th century, English people, who came to America, could recognize Norsemen and the Catholic religion.  Those English people in America did not want the world to know they had found NORSE CATHOLICS already occupying the land.  The English created systematic  suppression by omission to deny the world of the knowledge that the Norse, especially the Norse Catholics had settled in America before John Cabot, an Italian, claimed the land for England.
* * *
.
Lenape were in 
western Minnesota 
in 1362.
* * *
.
tribes. still 
live in America
* * *
- - - - - - - - - ADVOCATES - - - - - - - -


(88-105)July 16, 2013
9:00 PM CDT
David Fihy
Bob Gordon
Dolores Heggestuen
Sarah Heggestuen
Jennifer Hoban
Bob Horner
Douglas Koenig
James Langemo
Hank Ludtke
David Melgard
Beve Melgard
Curtis Risland
Shirley Risland
Durland Risland
Mary Risland
Audrey Savig
Cindy Wessels
Candace Olson
Wynland of West Short Course
* * *
(87)February 4, 2013 
6:27:14 PM PST
NIPIGON MUSEUM
LAKE NIPIGON, ONTARIO
* * *
(86)January 24,2013
8:28:15 AM PST
AMY DEGERSTROM
BECKER COUNTRY MUSEUM  MINNESOTA
.
* * *
(85)Dec 31, 2012, 
9:41 AM, PST
LIV WEISS
NORWAY/American
* * *
(84)December 22, 2012 
6:17:25 AM PST
Richard Thornton,
CREEK
People of one fire
.
* * * 
(83)December 22, 2012 
9:53:08 AM PST
RONNIE GUNN,
SHAWNEE
* * *
(82)December 21, 2012
    Hal Sherman
    Adopted SHAWNEE
Historian and Artist
* * *
(81)2007
Dr. Myron Paine
Frozen Trail to Merica:
Talerman
2008
Walking to Merica
* * *..
(80)2007
C. Fred Rydholm
.Michigan Copper, The Untold Story.
* * *..
(78-79)2007
Ida Jane Gallagher
Warren W. Dexter
.Contact with Ancient America
* * *..
67-77)2006
Donald Y. Gilmore
Linda S. McElroy
David H. Kelly
Robert W. Wescott
Mary Richie Key
Donal B. Buchanan
J. Houston McCulloch
Susanne O. Carlson
Gloria Farley
Brian D. Stubbs
Across before Columbus
* * *..
(66)2004
Warren L. Cook
* * *..
(65)1998
Barry Fell
America BC
1980
Saga America
1982
Bronze Age 
America
.
.2009
Ancient settlers in  the New world
* * *..
(48-64)1979
Patricia Sutherland,
2012
Vikings and Native Americas.
Dr. Robert McGhee
Dr. Birgitta Wallace
Dr. Johnsson
Dr. Carlton Tume
Harvard University
Dr. Cyrus Gordon
New York University
Dr. William Taylor
Museum of Man
Anthony Deardsley
Marion Dahms
Authur Ohman
Henrietta Merz 
Alexander Vietor
Yale University Musem
Robert Asp
Erik Jennens
Dr. E. J. Tanquist
Dr. Ole Lansverk
Dr. Christina Harrison
.
National Film Board of Canada
.
National Parks and 
Historical sites 
of Canada
.
Kensington, MN

.
Alexandria, MN

Viking Visitors to North America
* * *..
(48)1976
Clinton A. Weilager
The Delaware Indians
* * *
(47)1974.
Astri A. Stromsted
Ancient Pioneers, Early Connections
* * *
(46)1973
Virgil Voegel
This country was ours
* * *.
.
 (45)1972
James R. Enterline
Viking America
* * *.
.
(44)1972
Ruth M. Underhill
Red Man's America
.
(43)1972
Thomas E. Lee
Archaeological Discoveries
of Payne Bay Region, Ungava
1970
Archaeological Investigations
of a longhouse,  Pamiok Island, Ungava
* * *..
(42)1971
Helge Ingstad
Land Under the Pole Star.
* * *.
.(40-41)1966
Magnus Magnusson
Herman Palsson
The Vineland Sagas,
The Norse Discovery 
of America.
* * *.
(39)1966
Farley Mowat
Westviking
1998
The Wayfarers
* * *.
.(38)1966
Vilhjalmur Stefansson
Discovery
* * *.
.(37)1965

Ian Cox
Eskamo remains on Akpatok Island.
* * *.
(36)1964
Tryggvi J. Oleson
Early Voyages and
Northern Approaches 1000-1683
.
* * *
(35)1964
J. Kr. Tornoe
Early American History:
Norsemen before mColumbus
1965
Columbus in the Arctic?
* * *
(34)1956
Hjalmar R. Holand
Explorations in America before Columbus
* * *.
(33)1951
Arlington H. Mallery
The Rediscovery of Lost America* * *
.
(32)1949
Edward Reman
The Norse discoveries and explorations in America
* * *
(31)1948
Jacques Rousseau
By Canoe across Ungava Peninsula via Kogalukand Payne Rivers
* * * 
(30)1945
George E. Willison
Saints and Strangers
* * *
(29)1942
Einar Haugen
Voyages to Vinland
* * *
(27-28)1941
Karl N. Llewellyn
E. Adamson Hoebel
The Cheyenne Way
* * *.
.
(26)1940
Reider T. Sherwin
The Viking and  the Red Man,
8 volumes to 1956
* * *.
(25)1909
R.A. Douglas-Lithgow
Native American
place names for
Massachusetts
* * *
.
(24)1891
Eben Norton Horsford
Norse Discovery
 ofAmerica
* * *
(23)1885
Daniel G. Brinton
The Lenape and their legends
* * *
(22)1836
Samuel Rafinesque
The American Nations
* * *
(21)1720
Guillame Del Isle
Du Canada ou Nouvelle France
* * *
.
(20)1656
Nicolas Sanson
Le Canada ou Nouvelle France
* * *
.
(19)1524
Giovanni da Verrazzano
reported a "Norman Villa"
* * *
(9-18)1350
Aarum Tides
(Annual time) 
(Composers)
to 1585
They composed the Maalan Aarum (a.k.a. Walam Olum) 
* * * .
(7-8)1160
Pope & Archbishop of Trondheim
communicated about Lenape.
* * * 
(5-6)1125
Bishop Erik Gnuppson
nickname "Henricus"
and
Bishop Armand
Came to America
 With a genesis created by people who spoke the shore language, 
now called Old Norse.

The genesis was created sometime between the Ark Tablet in Nineveh and the Hebrew script, after the Hebrew exile in  Babylon. 
* * *
(3-4)1070
Adam de Bremen
wrote about Vinland as described by King of Denmark.
* * *
(1-2)1025
Pope John XIX and
Archbishop Unwan
corresponded about the Lenape.




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