Saga America is volume 2 of the groundbreaking series by Barry Fell that introduced thousands to possible pre-columbus voyages to America. People opposed to that idea often sling mud at Fell, but he is no fringe writer. He was a respected scholar who earned the support of many other scholars (his critics fail to mention this). As Fell points out, many blantly ignored accounts and artifacts of Vikings right up until ruins were found in Canada. Afterwards, they still clung to "no one before Columbus except a few wayward Vikings." Decades later, the opposition to Fell and others like him is not as great as people see the pre-1492 Americas as an ancient and sophisticated world. Sure, some of the book is dated, but this is still a classic in the field. Maybe not every one of his translations is perfect, but what about the rest? Hopefully someone will reprint Fell's books. See also Vikings in America, 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus, 1421: The Year China Discovered America,America B.C.: Ancient Settlers in the New World, The Island of Seven Cities: Where the Chinese Settled When They Discovered America & Columbus Was Last: From 200,000 BC to 1492, A Heretical History of Who Was First.