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TLDR: Your source is either making things up, or quoting from someone who did. The Greenlander's journeys to North America are known mainly from two Sagas: the Grænlendinga saga ("The Saga of the Greenlanders") and the Eiríks saga rauða ("The Saga of Erik the Red"), plus some mentions in other sources . The Skrælings are thus not the inventions of one ...


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Haha. great question on modern mythology! (I'd never even heard of the Hawkesbury River Monster.) You might want to look into the ideas of Carl Jung regarding archetypes. He wrote a book Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Sky which has been misrepresented by UFOlogists as a validation of beliefs regarding extra-terrestrials, but is ...


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What you can expect to find are "Europeans" interested in native Americans and who recorded their life, style, legends, culture in books. Most of them are starting around the 1800 era (conquest of the west roughly). Let's give an example. A considerably interesting book is Wandering of an artist among the Indians of North America by Paul Kane. It is an ...


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