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RALEIGH, N.C.: Researchers hopeful that NC site is that of Lost Colony | Local/State | NewsObserver.com

RALEIGH, N.C.: Researchers hopeful that NC site is that of Lost Colony | Local/State | NewsObserver.com

Twenty-three years before Jamestown, there was an English settlement on Roanoke Island that made history in its existence and its disappearance. Sir Walter Raleigh led the expedition that created the first English colony in America, saw the birth of the first English child in America and resulted in a now more than 400-year-old mystery that scholars are still pursuing.

Twenty-three years before Jamestown, there was an English settlement on Roanoke Island that made history in its existence and its disappearance. Sir Walter Raleigh led the expedition that created the first English colony in America, saw the birth of the first English child in America and resulted in a now more than 400-year-old mystery that scholars are still pursuing.

Roanoke Island, America's "Lost Colony"!  Replica of the Elizabeth which carried the folks who later disappeared.

Roanoke Island, America's "Lost Colony"! Replica of the Elizabeth which carried the folks who later disappeared.

Southeastern Ghosts and Hauntings: White Deer of Roanoke, the Lost Roanoke Colony - Roanoke Island, North Carolina

Southeastern Ghosts and Hauntings: White Deer of Roanoke, the Lost Roanoke Colony - Roanoke Island, North Carolina

Gallery | Owens' Restaurant  ~  One of my favorite places to dine in Nags Head.  Excellent food, great atmosphere, friendly people.

Gallery | Owens' Restaurant ~ One of my favorite places to dine in Nags Head. Excellent food, great atmosphere, friendly people.

1497 The Matthew, named after John Cabot's wife Mattea, was sailed by John Cabot in 1497 from Bristol to North America. Landfall was reached on June 24, 1497.

1497 The Matthew, named after John Cabot's wife Mattea, was sailed by John Cabot in 1497 from Bristol to North America. Landfall was reached on June 24, 1497.

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