Written Historical Accounts of the Vikings Visiting Iceland, Greenland, and Canada, Archeologists Piecing Together When These Events Occurred, and Vikings Sailing the St. Lawrence River

The Vikings who were also referred to as the Norse, state within their historical written accounts that they sailed to Iceland, then to Greenland, and finally to Canada. Archeologists have proven that the Norse could and did sail to Canada, by both recreating the journey and by validating finds on the coast of Newfoundland, Canada. The question archeologists want to answer is when this took place as the Vikings passed down knowledge orally, and it is believed that they did not make maps. Because...

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