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  • Possible clues to the Lost Colony puzzle presented in Chapel Hill

    Members of the First Colony Foundation give a research briefing at UNC's Wilson Library Tuesday, August 11, 2015 on their three year effort to locate an encampment of 1587 Roanoke colonists at Site X in eastern Bertie County, NC on the Albemarle Sound. The group needs more funding to further unearth more archaeological evidence of Roanoke colonists at Site X which yielded a large amount of English pottery and other artifacts from that period.

Members of the First Colony Foundation give a research briefing at UNC's Wilson Library Tuesday, August 11, 2015 on their three year effort to locate an encampment of 1587 Roanoke colonists at Site X in eastern Bertie County, NC on the Albemarle Sound. The group needs more funding to further unearth more archaeological evidence of Roanoke colonists at Site X which yielded a large amount of English pottery and other artifacts from that period. Harry Lynch The News & Observer
Members of the First Colony Foundation give a research briefing at UNC's Wilson Library Tuesday, August 11, 2015 on their three year effort to locate an encampment of 1587 Roanoke colonists at Site X in eastern Bertie County, NC on the Albemarle Sound. The group needs more funding to further unearth more archaeological evidence of Roanoke colonists at Site X which yielded a large amount of English pottery and other artifacts from that period. Harry Lynch The News & Observer

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