First Colony Foundation curator Bly Straube compares pottery shards found at Site X to other 16th-century pottery in this 2015 photo. The Coastal Land Trust said Wednesday it has acquired the 1,000-acre site in Bertie County and plans to transfer it to state ownership.
First Colony Foundation curator Bly Straube compares pottery shards found at Site X to other 16th-century pottery in this 2015 photo. The Coastal Land Trust said Wednesday it has acquired the 1,000-acre site in Bertie County and plans to transfer it to state ownership. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
First Colony Foundation curator Bly Straube compares pottery shards found at Site X to other 16th-century pottery in this 2015 photo. The Coastal Land Trust said Wednesday it has acquired the 1,000-acre site in Bertie County and plans to transfer it to state ownership. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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