The Kensington Rune Stone: Its Place in History
A groundbreaking vision of North American anthropology & history. The 1362 Kensington Rune Stone is a genuine historical artifact, recording the death of Norse explorers by the Black Death, not an Indian attack. First printing 5000. Advertising. Subsidiary rights sales pending.
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Vinland Where the Journey Began
The Route from Vinland
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