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The Roanoke Voyages:
A Mystery Story for Young People

The "Children's Page" on the Fort Raleigh National Historic Site's web site. It tells the story of the Roanoke colonies, including the "Lost Colony," on a level intended for readers from the fourth grade to the sixth grade levels.


Colonial Stamp Project

A project by fourth-graders at Germantown Academy, in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, this web site includes several stamps  and accompanying reports related to Roanoke colonization.

Kerry, "The Finding of Roanoke"
Tessa, "Roanoke"
Eric, "John White"
Elizabeth, "John White"

A History Mystery

An interactive web site developed by students where a time traveling computer named Sparky assists children in exploring the history mystery of “Where did the 'Lost Colony' go?” A good deal of background information about the various expeditions as well as the the people involved is provided. (A part of the Thinkquest Junior program.)
 

The First Settlement of Roanoke

A variety of links to information on anything remotely related to the Lost Colony of Roanoke. part of the Kid Info web site.

 


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