Viking at MN Capitol.jpg ... He was a Viking in the early days. ... to Vinland, Leif
was not the first European to discover America, nor the first to make landfall there:
Eyewitness account of the Viking's first exploration of North America.
Oct 8, 2013 ... Half a millennium before Columbus “discovered” America, those Viking feet may
have been the first European ones to ever have touched North ...
But in 1960, undeniable proof of Vikings in North America came to light at L'Anse
aux Meadows in Newfoundland, Canada. Several Norse Viking pieces and ...
Oct 8, 2007 ... I was vaguely aware of the Vikings. But really, what incited my interest was a
book called 1421: The Year China Discovered America. That book ...
In 1960, they discovered the remains of a Viking encampment in Newfoundland
dating to the year 1000. But the only accounts of how and why Vikings ...
Mar 20, 2007 ... Who discovered America? When Columbus returned from the Antilles in 1493, he
was not the first European to have stepped in the New World.
Mar 24, 2009 ... Best Answer: If by "vikings" you mean the Norse, then yes. The Norse had
established colonies in both Iceland and Greenland, however, they ...
Jun 5, 2013 ... Archaeological evidence suggests the Norse, or Vikings, took a voyage to Notre
Dame Bay in Newfoundland 1000 years ago and contacted the ...
It's true—the discovery of America by Leif Eriksson and his Vikings over 1,000 ...
At least it was discovered from the European point of view, in or about the year ...