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Discovery of New-England by the Northmen five hundred years before Columbus

with an introduction on the antiquities of America and the first inhabitants of Central America, with important additions. A lecture, delivered in New-York, Washington, Boston and other cities ...

by Davis, A.

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Published by From the press of N. Tuttle in Troy, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • America
    • Subjects:
    • America -- Discovery and exploration -- Norse,
    • America -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesAntiquities of America., A lecture on the discovery of America.
      Statementby A. Davis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE105 .D291
      The Physical Object
      Pagination22 p., [1] l. :
      Number of Pages22
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6948591M
      LC Control Number04033462
      OCLC/WorldCa8725000

      ED29a Antiquities of America, the first inhabitants of Central America, and the discovery of New-England, by the Northmen, five hundred years before Columbus. With important additions. With important additions.   In In Search of First Contact, Annette Kolodny has taken on the massive task of sorting through all of the extant material, from American historians to Icelandic sagas to Native The modern understanding of the discovery of America is heavily colored by two hundred or more years of historical or pseudo-historical research by Americans and /5.

      When Columbus visited Iceland in A.D. , ha may have obtained confirmation of his theories as to the existence of a great continent in the west; for these authentic records prove the discovery and colonisation of America by the Northmen from Iceland upwards of . For three hundred years people had tried to find "Presser John" and his descendants Henry took part in the search. Thirty years after his death, the riddle was solved. In the year Bartholomew Diaz, trying to find the land of Prester John by sea, had reached the southernmost point of Africa.

      Just one hundred years before the outbreak of the Revolution, the white population of New England had reached fifty-five thousand: while the Indians, retreating at the approach of the European, had become reduced to two-thirds of that number. The presence of the aborigines on the borders of the whole line of the colonies seemed at first. A Short History of the United States by Edward Channing Part 1 out of 7. "_Source-Book_." THE UNITED STATES I DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION, five hundred years before his time Leif Ericson had discovered the New World. He was a Northman and the .


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JUBA'S EXPEDITION. When King Juba II returned to Mauritania, he sent an expedition to the Fortunate Isles. A fragment of the narratives of this expedition still survives in the works of Pliny. They are described as lying southwest, six hundred and twenty-five miles from Purpurariæ.

the. discovery of america. by the. northmen. a discourse delivered before the new hampshire historical society, ap by the rev. edmund f. slafter, d. d., a corresponding member of the society, honorary member of the royal historical society of great britain, etc., etc. Columbus burned with a desire to explore the marvelous eastern lands which had been described by the great Venetian traveler, Marco Polo, more than two hundred years before ().

Polo had made an overland journey to India and China and had spent nearly thirty years there. A lecture on the discovery of America by the Northmen, five hundred years before Columbus - A. Davis () A manual of Scandinavian mythology - G. Pigott () A short practical and easy method of learning the old Norsk tongue or Icelandic language - R.

Rask (). Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact theories speculate about possible visits to or interactions with the Americas, the indigenous peoples of the Americas, or both, by people from Africa, Asia, Europe, or Oceania at a time prior to Christopher Columbus' first voyage to the Caribbean in (i.e.

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FVYDE COSTA. ALBANY: JOEL MUNSELL. Page II. Page III PREFACE. The aim of the present work is to place within the reach of the English reading historical student every. The only rational conclusion at which we can arrive upon reading these narratives is that America had really been discovered even by Europeans, centuries before Columbus was born.

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