anicut in Narragansett Bay; and others, some place much farther north and east.
See Costa's Pre-Columbian Discovery of North America, Anderson's Norsemen in America, Kohl's History of the Discovery of the East Coast of North America, published by the Maine Historical Society.
IV.—Thorvald, Leif's brother, goes to Vinland.
Now Thorvald made ready for this voyage with thirty men, with the counsel thereon of Leif, his brother.
Then they fitted out their ship, and bore out to sea (A. D. 1002): and there is nothing told of their voyage before they came to Vinland, to Leif's booths; and they laid up their ship, and dwelt in peace there that winter, and caught fish for their meat.
But in the spring, Thorvald said they would get ready their ship, and send their long-boat, and some men with it, along to the westward of the land, and explore it during the summer.
The land seemed to them fair and woody, and narrow between the woods and the sea, and of white sand.
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