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The News & Observer
Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be savedwould-be developers is seeking millions of dollars to preserve the property. I
Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be saved
The News & Observer / Posted 4 days ago
would-be developers is seeking millions of dollars to preserve the property. In this 2014 photo made available by the First Colony Foundation, archeologists excavate an area in rural Bertie County, N.C. Clues to what became of North Carolina’s... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be savedIn this 2014 photo made available by the First Colony Foundation, an archeologi
Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be saved
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 5 days ago
In this 2014 photo made available by the First Colony Foundation, an archeologist holds pieces of pottery in an area being excavated in rural Bertie County, N.C. Clues to what became of North Carolina’s fabled Lost Colony could lie in a waterfront... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be savedIn this 2014 photo made available by the First Colony Foundation, an archeologi
Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be saved
Stamford Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
In this 2014 photo made available by the First Colony Foundation, an archeologist holds pieces of pottery in an area being excavated in rural Bertie County, N.C. Clues to what became of North Carolina’s fabled Lost Colony could lie in a waterfront... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be savedIn this 2014 photo made available by the First Colony Foundation, an archeologi
Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be saved
Connecticut Post / Posted 5 days ago
In this 2014 photo made available by the First Colony Foundation, an archeologist holds pieces of pottery in an area being excavated in rural Bertie County, N.C. Clues to what became of North Carolina’s fabled Lost Colony could lie in a waterfront... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be savedIn this 2014 photo made available by the First Colony Foundation, an archeologi
Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be saved
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
In this 2014 photo made available by the First Colony Foundation, an archeologist holds pieces of pottery in an area being excavated in rural Bertie County, N.C. Clues to what became of North Carolina’s fabled Lost Colony could lie in a waterfront... Read more
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redOrbit
Pottery fragments connected to lost Roanoke colony, team findsa fence post. “The pottery itself is a type of pottery which is a tin-glaze,”
Pottery fragments connected to lost Roanoke colony, team finds
redOrbit / Posted 28 days ago
a fence post. “The pottery itself is a type of pottery which is a tin-glaze,” said Eric Deetz, an archaeologist with the First Colony Foundation who is a member of the team who found the pottery, according to the Huffington Post. “This form was... Read more
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Newsmax
Roanoke Colony Archaeologists Find Pottery Shards From Lost Settlerswhen two pieces of pottery were recently unearthed there. “It was an exciting
Roanoke Colony Archaeologists Find Pottery Shards From Lost Settlers
Newsmax / Posted 1 months ago
when two pieces of pottery were recently unearthed there. “It was an exciting find,” Eric Deetz, an archaeologist with the First Colony Foundation, told The Virginian-Pilot. “That pottery had something to do with the Elizabethan presence on that... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
North Carolina news in briefcentury fort, The Virginian-Pilot reported.

"It was an exciting find," sa

North Carolina news in brief
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 1 months ago
century fort, The Virginian-Pilot reported.

"It was an exciting find," said Eric Deetz, an archaeologist with the First Colony Foundation who was part of the dig earlier this month. "That pottery had something to do with the Elizabethan... Read more

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WCNC Charlotte
North Carolina artifacts could be linked to 'Lost Colony'a 16th century fort, The Virginian-Pilot reported. "It was an exciting find,"
North Carolina artifacts could be linked to 'Lost Colony'
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 1 months ago
a 16th century fort, The Virginian-Pilot reported. "It was an exciting find," said Eric Deetz, an archeologist with the First Colony Foundation who was part of the dig earlier this month. "That pottery had something to do with the Elizabethan... Read more
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USA Today
Small artifacts could be linked to Lost Colonythe site of an old fort, The Virginian-Pilot reported. “It was an exciting fin
Small artifacts could be linked to Lost Colony
USA Today / Posted 1 months ago
the site of an old fort, The Virginian-Pilot reported. “It was an exciting find,” Eric Deetz, an archaeologist with the First Colony Foundation, who was part of the dig, told the Virginian-Pilot. “That pottery had something to do with the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Artifacts found that could be linked to Lost Colonyit suggested the lost colonists may have left their settlement and went 'native
Artifacts found that could be linked to Lost Colony
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
it suggested the lost colonists may have left their settlement and went 'native'. Eric Deetz, an archaeologist with the First Colony Foundation that is part of the team excavating on Roanoke Island that found the latest pottery, described the... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Artifacts found that could be linked to Lost Colonya 16th century fort, The Virginian-Pilot reported. "It was an exciting find,"
Artifacts found that could be linked to Lost Colony
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 1 months ago
a 16th century fort, The Virginian-Pilot reported. "It was an exciting find," said Eric Deetz, an archaeologist with the First Colony Foundation who was part of the dig earlier this month. "That pottery had something to do with the Elizabethan... Read more
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