Turntable Ojibway-Indians

Dr. Christine Pellech

The target of this paper is to show migrations from Europe to America cross the North-Atlantic at different ages. The Ojibway live in the area of the Canadian-Sea-Plate and show many characteristics of the Old World. We therefore can deduce that contacts with Europe must have taken place starting in earliest times. This article points out these contacts in the sectors of epics, myths, seafaring, sea-maps, astronomy, cave-paintings, linguistics, trading, hunting-magic rites, religious signs and genetics. With many of this topics articles in “Migration & Diffusion” have already dealt.