“Making” history: The Vikings in the American Heartland

@article{Hughey1989MakingHT,
  title={“Making” history: The Vikings in the American Heartland},
  author={Michael W. Hughey and M. Michlovic},
  journal={International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society},
  year={1989},
  volume={2},
  pages={338-360}
}
In a field near Sauk Centre, Minnesota rests a large, concentric shaped boulder measuring roughly 27 feet long by 17 feet wide.* The rock bears two sets of holes, a pair drilled horizontally into one end of the rounded interior of the crescent and two more drilled vertically into the top at the other end. When the rock was first found in 1943, many local residents naturally wondered at the origin and purpose of the holes. They finally decided that the horizontal holes were intended to hold… 
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