The Roanoke Colonists: Lost, and Found?

10 Aug

Perhaps some evidence has turned up about some of the “lost” colonists of Roanoke Island? For more, read this fascinating account by Theo Emery at the New York Times of an archaeological dig in North Carolina: The Roanoke Colonists: Lost, and Found? – The New York Times.

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One Response to “The Roanoke Colonists: Lost, and Found?”

  1. Michael & Carolyn Yoder August 10, 2015 at 1:48 pm #

    Doug, I went to K-12 in Roanoke IL, named for Roanoke VA. This is interesting.

    Mike

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