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STRANGE TALE ON TABLET
INSCRIBED STONE MAY SHED NEW LIGHT ON AMERICA'S HISTORY. Block Said to Have Been Found in a Swamp Near Kensington, Covered with Runic Characters counting the Death of a Norse plorer at That Point in 1362\-s\Will Arrive at Northwestern University Today--May Be a Hoax. Announced by Prof. Curme. Text is Almost Perfect.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Feb 20, 1899
Start Page: 2
Pages: 1
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Historians at Northwestern University are much interested in a stone tablet, which is expected to reach the Evanston institution today. Until they have examined the inscriptions minutely they will be uncertain whether an attempt is being made to dupe...

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