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for Tar Heel Junior Historian Vol. 24 Issue 2, Winter 1985
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The state's Algonquian population stretched along the tidewater zone and especially along the Neuse River. The tribe was an agricultural based society and lived a sedentary life with a complex social structure. English colonization decimated the Algonquian population and what remains are historic accounts and archaeological data.
The riddle in this article refers to the Lost Colony, a mystery historians and experts have been unable to find a conclusive answer. Seven hypotheses are presented in this article in an attempt to explain what happened to those early English settlers who disappeared.