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Fort Raleigh: Closeup of earthworks and palisade
Fort Raleigh: Closeup of earthworks and palisade
A reconstruction of the earthen fort built by the first European settlers of Roanoke Island in 1585. A palisade is visible to the left of the entrance to the fort. A sign reads "Fragile Earthenworks -- Please Do Not Climb." The fort is the only structure from...
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Fort Raleigh: Earthworks
Fort Raleigh: Earthworks
A reconstruction of the earthen fort built by the first European settlers of Roanoke Island in 1585. The fort is the only structure from the Roanoke settlement whose location has been located exactly. After intensive archaeological studies and excavation from...
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Fort Raleigh: Earthworks and entrance to fort
Fort Raleigh: Earthworks and entrance to fort
A reconstruction of the earthen fort built by the first European settlers of Roanoke Island in 1585. The fort is the only structure from the Roanoke settlement whose location has been located exactly. After intensive archaeological studies and excavation from...
Format: image/photograph
Fort Raleigh: Earthworks and palisade
Fort Raleigh: Earthworks and palisade
A reconstruction of the earthen fort built by the first European settlers of Roanoke Island in 1585. A palisade is visible atop the earthworks. A sign reads "Fragile Earthenworks -- Please Do Not Climb." The fort is the only structure from the Roanoke settlement...
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Fort Raleigh: Interior of fort
Fort Raleigh: Interior of fort
A reconstruction of the earthen fort built by the first European settlers of Roanoke Island in 1585. This photograph shows the interior of the fort, taken from the entrance. The fort is the only structure from the Roanoke settlement whose location has been...
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Theater at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site
Theater at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site
The outdoor theater at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site on Roanoke Island where Paul Green's drama The Lost Colony is performed.
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Virginia Dare statue
Virginia Dare statue
This statue, created by Maria Louisa Lander in 1859, depicts Lander's vision of Virginia Dare as an adult. Of course, because Virginia Dare was one of the vanished members of the Lost Colony, nobody knows what she looked like as an adult—or whether she...
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