Summary Of Heather Pringle's 'Vikings And Native American'

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A Canadian archaeologist looks for missing clues to New World history. One question Heather Pringle, the author of “Vikings and Native American” raises on the topic is “Where did this spun yarn come from?”. The spun yarn are pieces of cordage that came from a settlement at Baffin Island. Experts say that the yarn was made by Norse women. Another question is “Did the spun yarn represent a missing clue to New World history?”. The author did not give an exact answer to this question, but she says how the yarn worked as trade to reach the New World. Here are some ways that Vikings and Native Americans have affected the world today. They crafted wooden ships that have influenced us today. They founded cities on some of the main Eurasian trade

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