A Handbook of Norse Mythology is perhaps a useful guide to the sources of the various myths it covers, but it is best to tackle the original sources, which have the virtue of being far more interesting.
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Well-written account of the Native Americans encountered along the way. Three detailed maps, as well as a section on the history of the Fur Trade in Canada and detailed descriptions of some of the tribes encountered. A nice book for the 'other story' of trans-continental explorationThe book entitled "Norse Mythology" by Karl Mortensen, is the book I chose to read for my first book report for this semester.
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