Frozen Trail to Merica, Volume 1: Talerman

Frozen Trail to Merica, Volume 1: Talerman

by Myron Paine


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Frozen Trail to Merica: Tallerman is a historical narration that focuses on two of history's mysteries: Where did thirteen Indian tribes come from? Their story tellers say that they crossed over the salty sea in the east. And is the Walam Olum a real history? The book is written in narration to give human scale to an incredible feat that appears beyond man's ability. Some of the historical events actually occurred as written. Conjectural prose adds the unknown details of several events. Most characters are fictional, but under the same circumstances the actions of people would have been similar. Maps are included to provide a scale of the panorama of places. The factual fiction end notes contain relevant information to the story.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781931942454
Publisher: Galde Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/28/2008
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Myron Paine grew up as a farm boy in South Dakota . He was an avid reader. Before he was out of high school, the "white faces" among the Mandan Indians inspired a life long fascination with ancient American history.

Myron earned a Ph. D in Engineering. He taught in two Universities. He served as a state extension engineer and a regional extension engineer, covering ten Great Plains states. Myron wrote over fifty work-related papers. He was nominated to Who's Who in Engineering, 1977. After twenty-five years in his first profession, Myron worked for fifteen years as an electrical engineer in three aviation companies. He was a primary writer of test reports for the certification of the Cessna 208 aircraft, the Caravan.

Myron has traveled through 26 countries and worked in the Middle East and Asia .

Upon retirement, Myron read one to two books on Greenland and/or the Indians of Northeast America every month. After he found the Maalan Aarum pictograph 3.16, the rest of the past decade has been devoted to accumulating evidence to validate the Norse migration from Greenland to America .

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