After him, Corn-Breaker was chief, who brought about the planting of corn.
Sakimawtenk huminiend minigeman sohalgol.
huminiend hu haar HUPV1062 NOTABLE MINIEND MANDA MIRV80576 CORN
minigeman mangimin MINV4080 A LARGE GRAIN
sohalgol sohkeu SOHV1132 "POURS FORTH"
wi. wi- WI-V4164 PLEASURE ___ COMMENTS___
Once again, Sherwin's collection of LENAPE words and their Old Norse meanings appear to guide us to a reasonable definition of a vocal stanza created over six centuries ago.
This ability to define what was said over six centuries ago is evidence that:
1. Sherwin's efforts to collect and understand the LENAPE language yielded a valid data set.
2. The LENAPE History is a valid history.
This stanza and the previous stanza describe the LENAPE coming to the place of a small waterfall (Minnehaha) and the growing of a bumper crop of corn.
These events happened just after the start of the Little Ice Age (AD 1370 - 71). Evidence from six centuries ago still exists in place names: Whet Stone, Traverse, Vebelen, Wilmot, Kampeska, and others.
You may choose to believe: 1) that the LENAPE attempted to record a history six centuries ago, or 2) you may believe the English did not reset American history to describe a NEW WORLD after they invaded and suppressed the people on shore, who were speaking Norse.
The real crux of the matter is: were the Americans speaking Norse or were they not speaking Norse?
The evidence is that the Americans were speaking Norse.