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Friday, July 15, 2016


Another possibility is that Norse settlers came over before 1545 BC, when copper mining on Isle Royale ceased, along with trans-Atlantic shipping.

That is my paradigm.  1545 BC should be supported with more evidence.  My friends use the date of 1200 BC.  I will try to find the evidence for our date.

My research, however, shows that these people all spoke Finnish.

“, however,” should bemost definitely

Please note the following received on July 12 from Aidon Aakelas. a scholar in Australia.
I have stumbled upon this interesting piece of information regarding the 17th century Swedish colony on the Delaware, New Sweden:
"...many Swedes knew the Lenape language, and Swedes were involved in introducing the Lenape and the English to each other."
I was just wondering if you were aware of this, as it may provide some more evidence to support the cause of the Norse being in America.
A rather interesting tenuous link is that:
"The Finns of New Sweden (whom had been resettled to central Sweden at some earlier time and probably spoke both Finnish and Swedish, as does every Finn I have ever met), colonists had much in common with the Lenape people who were also nomads, living in deep forests and going on long hunts. The Delaware region was thus a natural environment for the Finnish colonists."
Furthermore: "The Swedes established good relations with the Lenape, starting in 1638, and those associations paved the way for the good relations that William Penn was able to establish with the Lenape. Also, many Swedes knew the Lenape language, and Swedes were involved in introducing the Lenape and the English to each other. Swedes were also successful farmers in Delaware Valley. They demonstrated to new settlers that they could feed themselves in this new world. The Lenape and Swedes learned they could work together."
I hope this information may be of interest to you, Myron.
Regards from Aakelas.

From Wikipedia for NEW NETHERLANDS.

The surrender of Fort Amsterdam to England in 1664 was formalized in 1667, contributing to the Second Anglo–Dutch War. In 1673, the Dutch re-took the area but relinquished it under the Second Treaty of Westminster ending the Third Anglo-Dutch War the next year.”

I believe we would be scholars working for the invaders, who spoke English, if we did not form a hypothesis that an invading nation, which put 300 fully armored and armed men into the James River valley to destroy a “magnificent Church” and wipe out most of the Americans, who spoke Norse, on the Delaware peninsular.

We would be careless if we did not  think the English would NOT have fought a war on both sides of the Atlantic to control what was written in history books.

In AD 1675 they attempted to finish the task by the Great Swamp Fight in Prince Phillips war.

Tradionally, Americans fought by first putting their women, Children, and old men in safety stockades.  Then both sides of an American conflict understood that the contesting men, who would honor the sanctity of the safety stockades, would make the decision in an open field, face to face,.

The invaders, who spoke English, burned up hundreds of Americans, who spoke Norse, in a safety stockade at Mystic in AD 1631 and then killed thousands during the Great Swamp Fight.

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