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Roanoke Colonies Research Newsletter

Volume

1   (1993-94) (1998-99) 11
(1994-95) 7   (1999/2000) 12
(1995-96) 8   (2002/2003) 13
(1996-97) 9 14
(1997-98) 10 15

 

1.1 November 1993      (PDF format)

Highlights: Roanoke Colonies Research Office Created • Fort Raleigh NHS Boundary Expansion • Fort Raleigh Shoreline Conference Announced

1.2 May 1994      (PDF format)

Highlights: Alsion Quinn Rememberance • Paul Green Centennial • "Science Center" Excavated • Fort Raleigh Shoreline Conference Report • Manteo Preservation Trust Organized • Ties Established Between Thomas Harriot Seminar and Roanoke Colonies Research Office

2.1 November 1994      (PDF format)

Highlights: Eastern North Carolina Estuary Projects • Inglis Fletcher Highway Marker • North Carolina Archaeological Society Meets • The "Lost Colony" in Popular Culture • Roanoke Island Colonization Conferences Planned • Possible Contact Era Native American Site Near Fort Raleigh • Roanoke Colonization Bibliography Project

2.2 May 1995      (PDF format)

Highlights: East Carolina University Acquires Original Editions of Hakluyt • Helen Wallis Remembered • Exhibit of Outer Banks Cartography • Earth Day Symposium Includes Roanoke Colonization • 1994 Durham Thomas Harriot Seminar

3.1 November 1995      (PDF format)

Highlights: Virginia Company Foundation Surveys Fort Raleigh • New Journals of Interest • North Carolina Resources in East Carolina University Libraries • Roanoke Colonization on the Internet • New Works on Paul Green

3.2 May 1996      (PDF format)

Highlights: Archaeological Finds on Hatteras Island • New Map Journal • Agnes Latham Remebered • Map Sites on World Wide Web • Durham Thomas Seminar

4.1 November 1996      (PDF format)

Highlights: Raleigh Trial Documents • Research Note on Manteo and Wanchese in England • Croatan Archaeological Dig • Thomas Hariot-Related Sites on the Internet • Watersite Theatre Renovation

4.2 May 1997      (PDF format)

Highlights: Raleigh Collection at Chapel Hill • Recent Publications • North Carolina Collection • Fort Raleigh National Historic Site • Bibliographic Checklist

5.1 November 1997      (PDF format)

Highlights:Early Modern Maritime History and Culture on the Web • Jon Blaeu's Mapping of Eastern North Carolina • Croatan Excavations Continue • Roanoke Colonization Conference Planned • 1997 Thomas Harriot Seminar

5.2 May 1998     (PDF format)

Highlights: Droughts at Roanoke Island and Jamestown Studied • Roanoke Colonization-Related Fiction on the Web • Roanoke Colonization Conference Program Announced • Changes at The Lost Colony

6.1 November 1998      (PDF format)

Highlights: Cora Mae Basnight Obituary • Croatan Excavations Fall Season • Jean "Pinky" Harrington Rememberance • Roanoke Colonization Conference Report

6.2 May 1999      (PDF format)

Highlights: David Stick Honored • Signet Ring Tentatively Identified • Town of Manteo Centennial • Roanoke Island Historical Association Appoints New Chief

7.1-2 November 1999/ May 2000      (PDF format)

Highlights: Corolla's Ferral Horses • American National Biography Roanoke Colonization Entries • Roanoke Colonization Web Sites for Children and Young Adults • Elizabeth R & Company • Thomas Harriot Seminar Update

8.1 November 2002/ May 2003     (PDF format)

Highlights: David Beers Quinn (1909-2002) Dean of Roanoke Colonization Studies • The Lost Colony Today • Virginia Dare Wins Out in Bridge Naming Debate • A Swashbuckling History • Where the Feral Horses Roam • David Beers Quinn: Remembrances and Obituaries • Elizabethan Gardens at Fifty • New Ideas on the "Lost Colony" • A New Website on the Eleanor Dare Stones • Checklist of 2000-2002 Roanoke Colonization Related Materials •Roanoke Colonization-Related News Items • From the Editor

 


Dr. E. Thomson Shields, Jr., Director
Roanoke Colonies Research Office
c/o Department of English
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858-4353
(252) 328-6715
ShieldsE@.ecu.edu

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Last Updated: October 5, 2006