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THE Minnesota waterway provided a water link between the Red River and the Mississippi River. Large heavy boats weighing about a ton and holding 30 or more men could be pulled on water to a lake at an altitude above the north-south continental divide. Then the crews rowed down stream from the Red River watershed into the Mississippi River water shed.
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Thirteen Norse Ships lie along the Minnesota Waterway.
Sherm Hilgren of Ancient Vikings America, Yahoo group, wrote on Jan 11, 2012: "To
'solve' this puzzle or 'prove' the theory that Vinland is in Minnesota
and that there were Vikings here would take a major discovery like
that ancient Viking longship. It needs to be irrefutable proof so the
archaeologists can see and touch before they give a seal of approval."
Then Sherm gave a list of 15 locations where Norse ships
have been found in Minnesota. Most observers would agree that thirteen
locations are in the the Minnesota waterway, which was previously
identified by Holand in 1928. Hollan's Minnesota waterway was put into the Lenape Epic Blog on August 18, 2011.
There are reports of 13 Norse Ships in the Minnesota Waterway
Observers might think that this
supporting testimony for the Minnesota waterway will compel Social
Scientists to re-examine the accumulating evidence and testimony, which are "irrefutable proof" that Norse were in Minnesota 250 years before the English invasion in 1607.