Michigan Copper in the Mediterranean (Isle Royale and Keweenaw Peninsula, c. 2400 BC – 1200 BC)

Lugged Axeheads of Bronze Age Found on Isle Royale

Were the Copper Miners of Michigan Giants?

Poverty Point: Bronze Age Town & Gulf Ports on [the Copper Trail; Open-fire Manufacturing of Copper Oxhides

Were Prehistoric Copper Oxhide Ingots Manufactured on the Mississippi Coast Near the Mouth of the Mississippi River?

New Finds Support Minoan Role in Transatlantic Copper Trade

The Sudurbardi Maze of Iceland: Some Evidence for Minoans along the Upper North Sailing Route to America

Megalithic Colony in Greenland

America’s Stonehenge: A Map of the Atlantic Ocean in Stones

Ocean Pendants

Ocean Pendants of Ancient Travelers

Bronze Age Ocean Pendants

Crossing the Atlantic via the Azores

Bronze Age Colonies in the Azores and Canaries

The Sillustani Necropolis in Peru

The Colonization of North and South America by the Beaker People

The Use of Latitudes in Bronze Age Sailing

The Southern Crossing: New Evidence on Bronze-Age Axeheads

Sailing to America: Latitude Data for the Copper Trail to Isle Royale and Egypt Recorded on Bronze Age Axeheads

The SunGod Religion and Sailing Routes to Colonies in the Americas

A Date for the Arrival of Michigan Copper in Europe

A Culture Terminated by the Michigan Copper Trade: Understanding Bronze Age Malta

“Burrows Cave” Mapstones