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The True Story of Pocahontas, The Mystery of Roanoke, How Should Students Learn About World War I? and More

The True Story of Pocahontas, The Mystery of Roanoke, How Should Students Learn About World War I? and More

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Smithsonian History & Archaeology    APRIL 2017

The Mystery of Roanoke Endures Yet Another Cruel Twist

An artifact found 20 years ago turns out to not be what archaeologists thought

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The lost colony of Roanoke (Science History Images / Alamy Stock Photo)

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