Precolumbian Visits to America|
See also Pseudohistory.
James H. Barrett (editor). Contact, Continuity, and Collapse: The Norse Colonization of the North Atlantic. Brepols. 2003. 254pp.
Benjamin F. Bowen. America Discovered by the Welsh in 1170 A.D.. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co.. 1876. 184pp.
Paul Chiasson. The Island of Seven Cities: Where the Chinese Settled When They Discovered America. Macmillan. 2007. 376pp.
James Robert Enterline. Erikson, Eskimos & Columbus: Medieval European Knowledge of America. JHU Press. 2002. 342pp.
James Robert Enterline. Viking America: The Norse Crossings and Their Legacy. Doubleday. 1972. 217pp.
Peter J. Haward. High Latitude Crossing: The Viking Route to America. Coles. 1968. 146pp.
William F. McNeil. Visitors to Ancient America: The Evidence for European and Asian Presence in America Prior to Columbus. McFarland. 2004. 306pp.
Farley Mowat. Westviking: The Ancient Norse in Greenland and North America. Little, Brown. 1965. 494pp.
William L. Traxel. Footprints of the Welsh Indians: Settlers in North America Before 1492. Algora Publishing. 2004. 223pp. Theorization that the Welsh settled in America in 1170.
Ivan Van Sertima. Early America Revisited. Transaction Publishers. 1998. 209pp. Visits to America by Africans before Columbus.
Ian Wilson. The Columbus Myth: Did Men of Bristol Reach America Before Columbus?. Simon & Schuster. 1991. 240pp.
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