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Helping to preserve the past is the current Historic Bath Exhibit Center, formerly Bath High School. Even if the word museum is not part of its title, the facility acts as such. Fulfilling this function are seasonal exhibits, like the summer’s history of barbecue exhibit, long term exhibits like Theodore de Bry illustrations, and anticipated long term exhibit about Blackbeard.
Described by the author and displayed in photographs by Patrick Schneider is a Waterside Theatre performance of Paul Green’s The Lost Colony. Words and pictures collaboratively explain the enduring mystique of his play and the Roanoke Island colonists’ story.
Waterside Theatre (Manteo)
; Green, Paul Eliot, 1894-1981
; The Lost Colony (Play)
; Roanoke Colony
; Roanoke Island--History
; Raleigh, Walter, 1552-1618
; Long, William Ivey, 1947-
; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1882-1945
; Griffith, Andy, 1926-2012
; Dare, Virginia, b. 1587-?
; Borden, John
; Manteo--Description and travel
; Wanchese--Indian Chief
The Lost Colony Center for Science and Research’s director supports a less popular theory for the Roanoke Colony’s fate. Fred Willard doesn't support the conventional theories: they succumbed to starvation or became massacre victims. His quest for truth has also led to this possibility: the presence of colonists’ surnames in Eastern North Carolina families claiming a Native American heritage suggests they moved inland and integrated.