|Statement||[by] Helge Ingstad; translated from the Norwegian by Erik J. Friis.|
|LC Classifications||DL65 .I513 1969b|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||76498756|
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Part i, "Westward to Vinland," tells the well known story of the colonization of Greenland and the finding of Vinland as well as the less well known stories of later communications with the Western lands, ending with the expedition of Paul Knutson (I?), which is supposed to. Westward to Vinland is not only the invaluable record of a major contemporary archaeological discovery, it is a fascinating travel book which describes the life and character of the Eskimoes and Indians of North America, and it is the jubilant story of Ingstad's personal triumph in the face of considerable scholarly scepticism. Westward to Vinland: the discovery of pre-Columbian Norse house-sites in North America: Helge Ingstad: Books - ews: 1. Vinland, Vineland or Winland (Old Norse: Vínland) is the area of coastal North America explored by Norse Vikings, where Leif Erikson first landed around AD , approximately five centuries prior to the voyages of Christopher Columbus and John Cabot. Vinland was the name given to North America as far as it was explored by the Norse, presumably including both Newfoundland and the Gulf of.
Westward to Vinland: the discovery of pre-Columbian Norse house-sites in North America / Author: [by] Helge Ingstad. Translated from the Norwegian by Erik J. Friis. --Publication info: New York: St. Martin's Press,  Format: Book. Vinland Saga is written and illustrated by Makoto Yukimura and published by began serialization in April in the shōnen (aimed at teenage boys) manga magazine Weekly Shōnen December , it moved to the monthly seinen (aimed at younger adult men) manga magazine of November , chapters have been collected in twenty-three tankōbon . Evidence of the Viking Arrival to Vinland Although the Erikson family originated in Norway, they moved steadily westward as progressive generations were banished or exiled for manslaughter and other crimes. In approximately AD, Leif led a small expedition to Canada and established a colony there. Westward to Vinland: The Discovery of Pre-Columbian Norse House-Sites in North America Ingstad, Helge Published by The Macmillan Company, Toronto ().