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37543
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A history of the outdoor drama ‘The Lost Colony,’ since 1937.
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37731
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Article about the 350th Anniversary celebration of Lost Colony on Roanoke Island in 1937.
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38128
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The mystery around the Chowan River was two-fold: Lost Colonists of Roanoke Island; Dorothie, whose remains are believed discovered in Bennett’s Creek. Both parts of the mystery are examined in Don Upchurch’s In Pursuit of Dorothie, the Lost Colony Ship. Part investigation, part speculation, it explores a three-fold explanation for the two-fold mystery. The Dorothie transported the Colonists out of Roanoke, which means they survived beyond 1590, thus offering Croatan a meaning not related to death, but a new life.
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38241
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Attracting the attentions of Northern transplants and North Carolina natives in equally copious measures is Dare County’s Manteo. Among its noted virtues of the coastal town are a thriving commercial fishing community, preservation of the town’s connection with the lost colony, and maritime heritage measured in its shipyards’ construction of Naval craft during WWII.
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39036
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The author gives a history of the Lost Colony and their supposed fate.
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