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We know today that the original Indians of North America are not the lost tribes of Israel as so many antiquarians and historians from the 1790s to the late 1800s claimed them to be. It is known today that the Western Hemisphere has had numerous visitors from across the sea both from the east and the west. Some came to trade and depart while others came to stay. The ones that might have stayed is the mystery Jenkins seeks answers to. It is a paradox as to why so many artifacts are found in the Western Hemisphere which are clearly not part of the indigenous cultural matrix and are refused as authentic by most archaeologists. Yet, they are found all across this land of North America. The most familiar word to describe these anomalous finds is Hebraisms. Timothy R. Jenkins book, The Ten Tribes of Israel was originally published in 1883, and is one mans collective work showing the cultural similarities, written records, oral history and language traits which have Hebraism connections. The most obvious of all the anomalies are the geometric works and hill forts that are very numerous in the state of Ohio.