Norumbega: Washington Monument and the Roman Empire

whitewave

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Only date I found skimming quickly through the text was 1598.
Even according to Wakiliar, California meant Baja California Peninsula, so modern day California and even places like modern-day Nevada, and Utah, and parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Wyoming, and God knows what else could have been part of Tartary back then.
What I found interesting was the report that it was "crammed with people". Granted we don't know what a 16th century writer would consider as "crammed with people"-100,000?, 1 million?, 20 million? Still, it was considered highly populated and not just a few sparse tribes scattered throughout.
 

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