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Entries on Vikings, St. Augustine, Jamestown, New York, Netherland. Parks Canada. ” 2003 Brochure. National Parks and National Historic Sites of Canada in Newfoundlandand Labrador, p. 24. Booklet. Quinn, David B. North America from Earliest Discovery to First Settlements: The Norse Voyages to 1612. New York: Harper & Row, 1977. Seaver, Kirsten A. D. 1000–1500. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1996. Discussions of Norse occupations based on the argument that the Norse stayed in Greenland longer than believed and continued to travel to North America for its resources.
Weintraub, Aileen. Vikings Raiders and Explorers. New York: Scholastic Press, 2005. Wheatley, Abigail, Struan Reid, John Woodcock, Ian McNee. The Usborne Introduction to Archaeology: Internet Linked. Tulsa, OK: EDC Publishing, 2005. html Learn about the Vikings, Vinland, L’ Anse aux Meadows, and other Viking mysteries. edu/vikings This site covers the Smithsonian exhibit that toured in the year 2000, the anniversary of the Vikings’ exploration and settlement in America. The site takes you from room to room of the exhibits and shows Viking artifacts.
The weavers entered The L’ Anse aux Meadows Site 41 Building B, the largest of the huts, through a door near its southeastern corner. Vikings living in each complex gathered around the hearth in the largest room, and many slept on the side platforms. Chieftains and their wives slept in the smaller private rooms. During the summer months, the buildings were mostly empty, as many of the men left in their boats to explore areas to the south and to gather items such as grapes, wood for lumber, and other food not found in Newfoundland, Greenland, or Iceland.