Saturday, August 27, 2016

LENAPE HISTORY SEMESTER

LENAPE HISTORIAN
RECORDS EPISODES FROM
Greenland to 
Kensington
Rune Stone
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TAP on
to see pictographs
& stanzas
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           TAP on
to see valid artifacts
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The FIRST WORD
for meanings

          TAP on
to see the answers
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   ANSWERS,WK 12
 A SMALL MEETING
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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.
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 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 should give students the direct link for the answers at the beginninng of the week.
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The sounds of those stanzas were recorded 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 up the LENAPE word in Reider T. Sherwin's eight volumes entitled the VIKING and the RED MAN.
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 Sherwin had determined the English meaning of the Lenape = 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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The LENAPE language evolved from Old Norse, but when the Moravians copied the sounds that the LENAPE were saying, the sounds had passed through four centuries of change.

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