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Droughts Played Major Role In Jamestown, 'Lost Colony' Tragedies"

Five Popular Theories about the Lost Colony of Roanoke

First English Settlement in the New World: Complete history

History Channel: Mystery at Roanoke: An excellent video

Lost Colony of Roanoke: Summary of the "Lost Colony", and five popular theories as to what happened

National Geographic: America's Lost Colony

Roanoke, A Lost Colony: Historical summary

Roanoke Colony Deserted

Roanoke Island: Fact and Fiction

Roanoke: The Lost Colony: Historical Facts

Roanoke Island: the Virginia Colony: Historical Information, TImeline, Importance of Native Americans

The Roanoke Voyages: Historical Facts

What Happened to the Lost Colony of Roanoke? A summary and Video


Native Americans Present at the Time of the Lost Colony  
Algonquin North Carolina's First Colonists: 12,00 Years Before Roanoke
Croatoan and Roanoke Colony Video Powhatan

People Important to the Roanoke Colony  
Virginia Dare Sir Walter Raleigh
Virginia Dare Sir Walter Raleigh and the American Colonies Timeline
Virginia Dare Biography Sir Walter Raleigh Biography
Sir Richard Grenville John White
Sir Richard Grenville John White Attempts to Rescue the Roanoke Colonists
Grenville Biography John White Biography
  John White - Governor 1587-1590
Roanoke Timelines  
The Roanoke Settlement Timeline Roanoke: A Timeline with Original Writings


Sites Which Include Information about the Roanoke Colony

13 Originals: The history of the original 13 colonies

Archiving Early America: A wealth of resources about 18th Century America, original newspapers, maps, writings, biographies

Colonial North America 1492-1763:Links to sites important to the growth of Colonial North America.

Have Fun with History: Colonial America: American colonial life existed just shy of 180 years before the United States of America emerged as a nation independent of British rule. These formative years are reflected with free streaming videos from Have Fun with History; included in collection: Early settlers of New England; Puritan Family of Early New England; The Town Crier (Massachusetts). The Mayflower II (building a replica), The Scarlet Letter

How Stuff Works: Roanoke: What Happened to the Lost of Roanoke?

Historical Text Archive Archive: Collection of Essays about important events in history

Thirteen Colonies: Historical facts and information

Wikipedia: History of Roanoke


Colonial Charters

Colonial Charters, Grants, and Related Documents: From Yale Law School - A list of documents and their texts for every colony in early America - dates supplied as well


Maps of Early America Rare Map Collection - Colonial America

Other Colonial Pages  
The Jamestown Colony The Plymouth Colony
The Lost Colony of Roanoke The New England Colonies
The Middle Colonies The Southern Colonies


DidYouKnow

Roanoke Colony Trivia

*The name Roanoke is derived from the Indian word, "Raw-re-nock," meaning shell money. The Indians would often trade their beads made from shells and called wampum for goods.

*After its discovery, Sir Walter Raleigh brought over a party of English colonists, who settled on Roanoke Island, off the northeast coast of North Carolina. This first group of colonists abandoned Roanoke in 1586 and returned to England.

*Virginia Dare, born to Eleanor Dare, was the first English child born in America

*John White, appointed by Sir Walter Raleigh, became the first governor of the Roanoke colony. When the colony needed more supplies, he returned to England for supplies, but was unable to return to Roanoke for three years due to French pirate attacks and England’s war with Spain. Finally, in August 1590, White returned to Roanoke Island and found no one.

* The group of colonists who disappeared after three years when supplies from England ceased to arrive became known as "The Lost Colony" and their fate is still unknown.

*116 colonists - 90 men, 17 women, and 9 children disappeared from "The Lost Colony".

*What happened to the colonists at Roanoke in 1587 is one of America's greatest mysteries.

*To this day, no one has explained the meaning of "Croatoan" carved into a tree at Roanoke. Croatoan was the only word that was found when Raleigh returned to the Colony.



American History Calendar

American History Calendar: A calendar site showing American history in a unique way: through a user-friendly web calendar. Birthdays of important people in American history and important events in American history can be viewed; interactive - browse through it and display details on a specific person or event. A printer friendly version of the calendar is also available.


American History Museum

Smithsonian National Museum of American History Search Engine: Discover history through objects, photographs, interactive timelines: Complete archived collections - excellent!


The History Channel

The History Channel: Each month the History Channel takes new explorations into the past and puts them on display for you, utilizing state-of-the-art interactive technology; listen to speeches drawn from the most famous broadcasts and recordings of the Twentieth Century. The History Channel Time Machine brings you to a different speech every day; trivia quiz; fact of the day; games.


U.S. History Images

U.S. History Images: What better way to learn about and appreciate the history of the United States than through viewing the illustrations of artists from the last century and a half! The images are all in the public domain and are free for anyone to use in any way after viewing the Terms of Use. This website is a work in progress and new images are always being added. Present topics for images include: Life in the Colonies, Colonial Patriots, Native Americans, Native American Culture, The Age of Exploration, and Explorers


Educational American History Powerpoints

Educational American History Videos

Links to Other History Sites that Might also Contain Information about the History of the Roanoke Colony

Archiving Early America: A wealth of resources about 18th Century America, original newspapers, maps, writings, biographies

History of the United States Complete Historical Archive: Directory listed in alphabetical order by events

History Place: American Revolution, Civil War, featured articles, history of the U.S.A.

Reference Sites to Help in Your Research

American Memory Learning Page of the Library of Congress: Historical collections of photographs, documents, motion pictures, and sound recordings about American culture and history - SEARCHABLE by keyword

Biographies of Famous People Both Past and Present: - SEARCHABLE by keyword

The Biographic Dictionary: Covers more than 33,000 notable men and women who have shaped our world from ancient times to the present day- SEARCHABLE by keyword

Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Encyclopedia Smithsonian features answers to frequently asked questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian resources from A to Z

Information Please: On-Line Dictionary; Encyclopedia; Almanac, and MORE

Who2: Find famous people biographies fast! This site also lists links to more information about each person. - SEARCHABLE by keyword

 


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