They came here way way before Leif did. They sailed up the Mississippi and Ohio rivers like 1,500 to 2,000 years before that.
Originally Posted by rameumptom
But the Finnish language would probably not have made it to Central and South America. It could have found its way to the Northeast of America, via Leif Erickson, etc.
I agree it was in North America, because it seems that mainly Egyptians settled in South and central America.[
Unfortunately this is history you won't learn in school. I wish they taught it.....
Moksha! shame on you..... (hissss.... bite) :P
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Last edited by Elrond; 12-09-2008 at 02:35 PM.
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