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The Sinclairs of England By Thomas Sinclair
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The Sinclairs descend from Tognvald "the Mighty", Earl of Moere in Norway and of the Orkneys. In 876 his son Hrolf "the Ganger" entered the River Seine and pillaged the... More > countryside. King Charles "the Simple" of France made peace by granting him the Province of Normandy, and the overloardship of Brittany. The treaty was signed at Castle Saint-Clair-Sur-Epte... William The Conqueror was a first cousin of the St Clairs. Nine Sinclair knights fought with him at the Battle of Hastings. The St Clairs were granted vast estates in England. The Sinclairs produced many notable persons. Among them was Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster, who was first President of the Board of Agriculture at the time of Pitt, and the compiler and editor of the First Statistical Account of Scotland, 1791-99.< Less
Victorious! Queen's Champion -- Prince Henry Sinclair By Gunnar Thompson
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During the 14th century, Queen Margaret Atterdag of Denmark welded together the bickering kingdoms of Scandinavia. Her alliance of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark was called “the Kalmar... More > Union.” As the Little Ice Age bore down upon the Nordic Settlement on Greenland, she called upon the Atlantic Earl, Prince Henry Sinclair, and Templar Knights to rescue 4,000 stranded farmers. These Greenland refugees were brought south to new homes with Native Tribes along the Eastern Seaboard of North America. In later years, these Nordic immigrants were identified as “White Indians” that explorers and pioneers found in Nova Scotia, Massachusetts, and New York in the 17th century. Another problem arose in 1398 – when Vitalien Pirates settled into lairs along the Newfoundland Coast. At the time, the island was called “Frisland.” In battles that were chronicled in Nicolo Zeno’s “Letters,” Henry Sinclair conquered the pirates; and he erected a medieval tower and city at Newport, Rhode Island. This is real History!< Less
Victorious! -- Queen's Champion, Prince Henry Sinclair By Gunnar Thompson
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During the Late Middle Ages – in the 14th century – Queen Margaret Atterdag of Denmark welded together the bickering kingdoms of Scandinavia. Her alliance of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark... More > was called “the Kalmar Union.” As the Little Ice Age bore down upon the Nordic Settlement on Greenland, she called upon her Champion, Prince Henry Sinclair and Templar Knights, to rescue 4,000 stranded farmers. These Greenland refugees were brought south to new homes with Native Tribes along the Eastern Seaboard of North America. In later years, these imported Nordic farmers would constitute most of the “White Indians” that explorers and pioneers found in Nova Scotia, Massachusetts, and New York in the 17th century. Another problem arose in 1398 – when Vitalien Pirates from the North Sea settled into lairs along the Newfoundland Coast. In battles that were chronicled in Nicolo Zeno’s “Narrative” of c.1400, Henry Sinclair conquered all the pirates; and he was made “king” of Frisland Island.< Less
Ancestors and the First 4 Generations of Descendants of Prince Henry Sinclair By Diana J Muir
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A culmination of more than 30 years of research, this first volume (in a series of 10) gives us the ancestors of Prince Henry Sinclair, showing how he came to be the Earl of Scotland the Jarl of... More > Orkney, a protectorate of Norway. While only the first four generations of his descendants are represented here, each of his children (and their spouses) descendants will be offered in the following volumes. This is done in order to keep each volume under 400 pages and to include all the necessary sources at a reasonable price. This volume also includes a full list of the persons represented in the final file but does not include their relationships to Prince Henry. They will each be addressed in future volumes. Omissions, corrections, and additions may be sent to the author for inclusion in a future version. Proceeds from the sale of this book will go to further the research into Prince Henry and his voyages to America. Please enjoy!< Less
The Lost Templar Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair Book 1 - 1353-1395 By Diana J Muir
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The Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair and his descendants (20 books and a lambskin map) were found by accident in 2005 in a dusty dirty basement in Greeneville, TN. They then lay in a trunk in the... More > back of the closet for almost 9 years before the author realized what she had. Translating the journals from Latin, Old English, and modern English she soon learned the story of her own 17th great-grandfather, Prince Henry Sinclair of Orkney and Scotland. Join the author and her great-grandfathers on a voyage of discovery as you learn about the covenant made between the St. Clair/Sinclair and Wemyss family, the Templars, the Native Americans, and the Freemasons. Travel with us as we search for the artifacts mentioned in the journals and validate the story. Book 1 of 10, tells the story of Henry as a young boy from the age of 8 in 1353 until l395 when he plans a voyage with Captain Nicolo Zeno and his son Antonio Zeno to Greenland and beyond.< Less
Walden and Civil Disobedience By Henry David Thoreau
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In 1846 Thoreau began an experiment, "I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and... More > not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. At Walden he learned how to live simply, to care for his daily needs, while also helping a runaway slave on his journey to freedom and being arrested for refusing to pay federal taxes. After the experiment ended in 1848 he delivered a passionate lecture on Civil Disobedience expressing the opinion that when the government's actions violate your conscience you have a duty to not support the injustice. The two works, Walden and Civil Disobedience are credited by Mohandas Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr as impacting their work. Others that have cited Thoreau as a strong influence include Leo Tolstoy, President John F. Kennedy, Justice William O. Douglas, Ernest Hemingway, Upton Sinclair, Sinclair Lewis, and William Butler Yeats.< Less
Viking America By Gunnar Thompson
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Viking America is filled with action-packed adventures. These are true stories of the first explorers who established colonies in North America. King Arthur, Leif Ericsson, Henry Sinclair, and Prince... More > Madoc were among the gallant heroes. They beat Columbus to the New World. King Haakon IV of Norway formed the “North Norway” Trade Alliance of Welsh, Norse, and Irish Colonies in 1261. These Colonies exported huge cargoes of lumber, codfish, whale oil, and furs to Northern Europe. In 1395, pirates brought transatlantic trade to a standstill. Queen Margaret sent Henry Sinclair and the Kalmar Navy after the pirates. Vital commerce resumed in 1398. In 1588, Queen Elizabeth charted England’s course towards the British Empire by sending new settlements to Norumbega on the East Coast. The author found the Viking America Map. It reveals that English Franciscans mapped the entire Eastern Seaboard before Columbus sailed.< Less
Viking America By Gunnar Thompson
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Viking America is filled with action-packed stories of the first explorers who established colonies in North America. King Arthur, Leif Ericsson, Henry Sinclair, and Prince Madoc were among those who... More > reached the New World ahead of Columbus. King Haakon IV of Norway formed the “North Norway” Alliance of colonies that exported huge cargoes of lumber, codfish, and furs to Northern Europe. In 1395, pirates brought transatlantic trade to a standstill. Queen Margaret stepped in, sending the Kalmar Navy after the pirates. Queen Elizabeth charted England’s course towards the British Empire by sending new settlements to the Colonial-Indian Territory of Norumbega. Gunnar Thompson found the Viking America Map. This authentic Venetian Map shows entire Eastern Seaboard in 1360. The book features women heroes; it is designed for easy adult reading; and it contains a full spectrum of entertaining and illuminating illustrations.< Less
The Time Tunnel By Janice Oaks
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“With God all things are possible” becomes the theme for Peter Sinclair when he finds his life has changed forever. How can a Twenty-first Century man cope in Medieval England? What are... More > his options? Will he ever see his family again?< Less
The Time Tunnel Trilogy By Janice Oaks
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Book 1: The Bishop's Ring: A Time Tunnel Romance: What happens when a Fourteenth Century Catholic Bishop walks into the Twenty-First Century? Book 2: The Broken Spirit: A Time Tunnel Romance: ... More > What ever happened to Jack the Ripper and what other havoc did he manage to render on the world? Book 3: The Time Tunnel: A Time Tunnel Romance: With God all things are possible - Peter Sinclair learns that no matter what the century the Father of all will take care of him.< Less

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