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CH.11: COPPER FROM AMERICA

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For Fred C. Rydholm, author of the book “Michigan Copper, The Untold Story”

CHAPTER 11
COPPER AND TIN FROM AMERICA

11.1 INTRODUCTION
11.2 COPPER AND TIN FROM THE WEST
11.3 COPPER INGOTS FROM UPPER MICHIGAN
11.4 TIN FROM BOLIVIA
11.5 TOTAL AMOUNTS OF IMPORTED METALS
11.6 PEOPLE AND SHIPS
11.7 DISCUSSION
11.8 GOLD AND SILVER TRADE

Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, drsrmdejonge@hotmail.com

  • ADDENDUM - The “boat” in passage B2, or B30+2= B32, touches the “hammer”, referring to passage B9. B32 encodes the island of Bermuda, at 32°N. The “boat” in passage A12, or A31+12= A43, points to A6, having a “messenger”. A43 corresponds to the south cape of Nova Scotia, at 43°N, and to Cape Race, at the complementary latitude of 90-43= 47°N. It appears, that after the discovery of Bermuda (c.2387 BC), on the average, 9/(9+6)x100= 60% of the people used the Return Route via Bermuda to the Azores. So, 90-60= 40% used the Return Route via Newfoundland. - - - Reinoud de Jonge, Netherlands
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  • ADDENDUM - The “boat” in passage B27 points to passage B16, having a “messenger”. It refers to the Cape Verde Islands, at 16°N, at the start of the Southern Crossing. The “boat” in passage B19, or B30+1= B31, points to passage B10, with the sign of “religion”. B31, having a “messenger”, too, corresponds to the Orkney Islands, at the complementary latitude of 90-31= 59°N, at the start of the Northern Crossing. It appears, that on the average, 16/(16+10)x100= 62 % of the people used the Southern Crossing to reach the New World. So 90-62= 38% used the Northern Crossing. - - - Reinoud de Jonge, Netherlands
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