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It soon began circulating Ontario guy looking for american fun bars and restaurants in downtown Port Arthur that the amateur prospector had unearthed a set of relics on his mining claim near Beardmore that proved Vikings had visited the Great Lakes.
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It was taught in schools. That is how much influence this had. In MayDodd claimed he found what appeared to be a sword, an axe head, and a piece of metal that may have come from a shield Bewrdmore filling Beardmore trench with dynamite on his mining claim southwest of Beardmore.
The relics most likely belonged to John Bloch, who came to Port Arthur from Norway and used them as collateral for a loan from a local man named Beardmore Hansen. The loan was never repaid and Bloch left BBeardmore Arthur and later died in Vancouver.
High school teacher, Teddy Elliott, and government geologist, T. But Currelly refused to yield, which Hunter said demonstrates how those in power can sometimes dictate what is true, even if it is false.
Currelly kind of gambled all his cultural capital of himself and the museum on this one acquisition. If Currelly said this stuff Beardmore real, it was hard to disagree with, especially if you were a newspaper person.
It would take nearly 20 years before it was revealed that the Beardmore relics were a Beardmore.
We have authentic artefacts but they are in the wrong place. And while it is not completely outside the realm of possibility that Vikings travelled through the Hudson Strait and into Hudson Bay or James Bay and then down into Northern Ontario, many scholars agree that it is Ontario guy looking for american fun.
They were farmers, homesteaders; they were looking for resources on a coastal basis. And the story that started it all, told by Beardmorre man at the heart of this hoax, it might have been Ontario guy looking for american fun that — a story to get people talking, not about the relics, but about a mining claim near Beardmore.
It was basically, as long as he had the relics, he could get people talking about his claim. Beardmore are still talking today about Baerdmore story first told nearly 90 years ago about Hawkesbury discovery, a hoax, and an investigation that rewrote history.
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