The first two editions of "Ancient mines of Kitchi-Gummi" (3000) copies sold out. The second and this third edition include a 26 page Epilog of updated and new Information.
The major question the book answers is: Was there a booming international copper trade in North America four thousand five hundred years ago? If so, who was doing it?
Many of you history buffs and students of Ancient American History, Anthropology, Archeology, and Native American Studies may never have heard of the Ancient Copper Mines of Lake Superior. Yet for the last 500 years since Columbus "discovered" the New World, controversy has raged. Was he the first? Now, of course, we know he was not. But old habits don't change easily or quickly. This book weighs in on this controversy. How did the
Riding The wild Orb
Riding The Wild Orb
Are we going to encounter a galactic wave of magnetism that will reverse the magnetic poles of earth and allow the pole locations to move? Have some astronomers already discovered it?
Is the question, "How were the ancient Mammoths frozen?" finally answered?
Is the cycle of the Mayan Calendar really 83 years, and does it perfectly predict the sunspot cycles?
Is there a way to make weather predictions 300 to 400 percent more accurate?
In this book we develop a theory to explain these questions and some of humanity's more perplexing weather enigmas.
The Sawmill River Valley War
Roger Jewell's third book, "The Sawmill River Valley War" is a story about the Westchester County Militia during the Revolutionary War. The book is available on this web site and in a few local outlets.
The story is based upon the actual experiences of 11 men in the Westchester County Militia. The author has brought to life the numerous local legends from that heroic period. Anyone who wants to understand the traumatic eight year period from 1775 to 1783 in what was called the ‘Neutral Ground’ needs to read this book.
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