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Jokers, Liars, and Dumb Clucks: The Curious Case of the Kensington Rune Stone by Nordberg Terje

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Published: 2013-09-02T16:00:00+00:00

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Seattle’s Leif.

The oldest monument is the one in Boston. A large bronze statue, it was unveiled in 1887, and depicts “a man of physical beauty and vigor, in the costume of the ancient Scandinavian warrior,” thus avoiding both the problem of any faked outward resemblance and the dubious term Viking. A copy of the same Leif can be found at Milwaukee’s Juneau Park. When Sons of Norway provided the statue with new lighting in 2001, a press release noted that the happy event would be celebrated with “ethnic dancing, singing, [and] a Viking impersonator.” One shudders to think what a marauding Viking would do let loose on an unsuspecting crowd by Lake Michigan.

Boston’s Leif Ericson statue is not the only Viking monument in town. There are two more, one of which claims to mark the exact location of the house Leif built himself when wintering in America around 1001 AD. The Boston monuments owe their existence to Eben Norton Horsford, and are a clear indication that Viking admirers did not necessarily have to be Scandinavians. What inspired Horsford was not so much Viking veneration as disdain for Mediterranean Catholics, and he as willing to spend large sums of money to prove that America had been discovered not by swarthy Christopher Columbus, but by an Aryan like himself.

 

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Author:Nordberg, Terje [Nordberg, Terje] , Date: June 6, 2019

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Author:Nordberg, Terje [Nordberg, Terje]

Language: eng

Format: azw

Published: 2013-09-02T16:00:00+00:00
Seattle’s Leif.

The oldest monument is the one in Boston. A large bronze statue, it was unveiled in 1887, and depicts “a man of physical beauty and vigor, in the costume of the ancient Scandinavian warrior,” thus avoiding both the problem of any faked outward resemblance and the dubious term Viking. A copy of the same Leif can be found at Milwaukee’s Juneau Park. When Sons of Norway provided the statue with new lighting in 2001, a press release noted that the happy event would be celebrated with “ethnic dancing, singing, [and] a Viking impersonator.” One shudders to think what a marauding Viking would do let loose on an unsuspecting crowd by Lake Michigan.

Boston’s Leif Ericson statue is not the only Viking monument in town. There are two more, one of which claims to mark the exact location of the house Leif built himself when wintering in America around 1001 AD. The Boston monuments owe their existence to Eben Norton Horsford, and are a clear indication that Viking admirers did not necessarily have to be Scandinavians. What inspired Horsford was not so much Viking veneration as disdain for Mediterranean Catholics, and he as willing to spend large sums of money to prove that America had been discovered not by swarthy Christopher Columbus, but by an Aryan like himself.

Horsford had lots of money to spend. Originally a chemist, he invented what was called Double-Acting Baking Powder and co-founded the Rumford Chemical Works, which produced several well-known chemical products. After retiring as a fabulously wealthy man, he met Ole Bull, Norwegian violinist with a dream of building his utopia in America. From Bull he learned about Vinland and Leif Ericson, and as this fitted nicely with the prejustices he nourished, he decided to devote the rest of his life to proving the story as told by the sagas correct.

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