Saturday, August 27, 2016

LENAPE HISTORY SEMESTER

Greenland to 
Kensington Rune Stone


TAP on
WEEK 1, The BEGNING of the LENAPE HISTORY
to see pictographs & stanzas
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                            TAP on
         PART B, LANDVERK RESEARCH
to see valid artifacts
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                            TAP on
          Part C, The FIRST WORD
to see LENAPE meanings
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                            TAP on
WEEK 1, IN the BEGINING
to see the answers
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WEEK 2, ALWAYS WINTER
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             Part B, The BORNE STONE
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             Part C, MILWAUKEE
                      WEEK 2, WINTER & the MILD LAND
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        Part C,  MICHIGAN. MILWAUKEE.
                      WEEK 3,  The HUNTERS
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WEEK 4, The ECO-DISASTER
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         Part B, RUNE STONE COUNTRY
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          Part C, WYOMING, DAKOTA, MINNESOTA
                     WEEK 4. , ECO-DISASTER
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             Part B, The SPIRIT POND STONES 
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             Part C, The LEN TRIBES
                     WEEK 5, The RULING PRIESTS  
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      WEEK 6, The COUSINS SEPERATTED
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                  Part B, HENRICUS
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                  Part C, MISSISSIPPI 
                      WEEK 6, The COUSINS SEPARATED
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WEEK 7, The LITTLE ICE AGE
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         Part B, The VIKING SWORD
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          Part C, WHEN DID the ENGLISH KNOW
                      WEEK 7, The LITTLE ICE AGE
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WEEK 8, The DECISION

          Part B, The WAITING GROUND
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          Part C, GOING to IOWA
                      WEEK 8, The DECISION
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          Part B, The SMITHVILLE RUNE STONE
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         Part C, OHIO
                      WEEK 9. WALKING to MER RICKA
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         Part B, UNGAVA PENNSILA 
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Part C, MIAMI, MIAMI, MIAMI
 
              
                                     WEEK 10, The MEN

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          Part B, DIRECTIONS

           Part C, MUSKOGEE
                      WEEK 11, FEEDING the MULTITUDES

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         Part C, ROGER WILLIAMS
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         Part X, The HANNO STONE
                                      WEEK 12, A SMALL MEETING
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         Part B BEARDMORE
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         Part C, ORINDA
                     WEEK13, NO ONE TURNED BACK
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         Part B, WHETSTONE
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         Part X, WHITE OWL
                      WEEK 14, KEEPING GUARD

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         Part B. NORSE ARTIFACTS
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         Part C, OGEMA LAND
                      WEEK 15, SCATTERING
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         Part C,  SETT
                     WEEK 16, The PLEASANT LAND
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         Part C, NAMES FOUND to be NORSE
                      WEEK 17, ALL WERE FRIENDS
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         Part B, The KENSINGTON RUNE STONE
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        Part C, KENSINGTON  is a NORSE WORD
                      WEEK 18, TEN MATES DEAD

NOTE to TEACHERS.  The links above guide students to the stanzas of the LENAPE history.   
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Students should be assigned a lesson with three parts each week.
The primary assignments  are the LENAPE stanzas.  Parts B & C are links to artifacts and LENAPE words, which add additional evidence to the LENAPE HISTORY.
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Teachers may find the answers in the blog post ANSWERS to LENAPE HISTORY.
Teachers should give students the direct link for the answers for the week.
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The sounds of those stanzas were recorded well by Moravians priests in the years of AD 1831-32.  Those sounds enabled Craig Judge, a Cherokee, and Myron Paine to find the LENAPE word the original historian was using, 
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Judge and Paine looked the LENAPE word up in Reider T. Sherwin's eight volumes entitled the VIKING and the RED MAN.  Sherwin had determined the English meaning of the Lenape and Old Norse words.
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Valdimar Samuelson sent Paine the Drottkvaett format.  Paine and Judge used that format to judge of quality of their decipherment.
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The original stanzas are self-verifying if spoken in Old Norse.

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