SOURCE: Native America: A History
by Michael Leroy Oberg
Speculative energy focused on the fate of the "Lost Colonists" of Roanoke Island might be better spent investigating how Native people responded to their arrival.
SOURCE: New York Times
Historians Malinda Maynor Lowery and Lauren McMillan discuss the evidence behind a new book's claim that the "lost" inhabitants of the Roanoke colony were absorbed by the Croatoan indigenous people of the area.
SOURCE: Norfolk Virginian-Pilot
“You’re robbing an entire nation of people of their history by pretending Croatoan is a mystery on a tree,” said Scott Dawson.
SOURCE: Washington Examiner
'Not the Way to do History': Princeton University Historian Blasts 1619 Project as 'Historical Sloppiness' Unworthy of Pulitzer
Allen Guelzo has been a major critic of the New York Times's "1619 Project" and objects to the projects central essay winning the Pulitzer Prize for commentary.
SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
Before the statue and long before the brand-new museum, there were pirates, real-estate ventures and public executions
SOURCE: NY Times
Remains buried in the First Baptist cemetery were believed to have been moved in 1860. But many coffins and bones were still there.
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