Roanoke Island K A D E N - F U N A I

The Roanoke Colony, also known as the Lost Colony, was established on Roanoke Island in what is today's Dare County, North Carolina, United States. It was a late 16th-century attempt by Queen Elizabeth I to establish a permanent English settlement that would stay. They had very good natural resources and made many weapons/brought many weapons to use against unfriendly natives, and for the most part, the Indians were friendly, since they traded they seemed to be very friendly.

On April 27, 1584, Raleigh dispatched an expedition led by Philip Amadas and Arthur Barlowe to explore the eastern coast of North America. They arrived on Roanoke Island on July 4, and sometime established the fort later. They found materials like oak wood, but they also traded with the natives for capital materials like bows, and other resources. 🐡

Raleigh dispatched a new group of 115 colonists (explorers Philip Amadas and Arthur Barloweto and other English men) establish a colony on Chesapeake Bay(a large body of water.). They were led by John White, an artist and friend of Raleigh who had accompanied the previous travels to Roanoke.

Once they had returned to England, there was not any trace of a single person. All they could find was a skeleton that may have been the remains of one of the English garrison, with some writing on the tree that was marked in, which spelled "CROATOAN", the name of an island nearby.

Still to this day we have no idea what happened to them, no one ever knew to be honest. Although we have some hints, we still down know, perhaps we could be able to find out in the future?

Located along a U.S. Highway 64, a major highway from mainland North Carolina to the Outer Banks, Roanoke Island adds recreational and water features with historical sites and an outdoor theater to form one of the major tourist attractions. It was one of the Southern Colonies. The temperature drops to 10° or 12° F about once during an average winter over central North Carolina was the website that I got most of my pictures from

I think my settlement is the best for many reasons, we have great land, a great settlement, and a amazing population- oh, maybe not a great population, but still its great!

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