Digging for Answers: The Continued Search for the Missing Colonists of Roanoke Island



MANTEO, NC- “Digging for Answers: The Continued Search for the Missing Colonists of Roanoke Island” will be presented in the Indoor Theatre at Roanoke Island Festival Park Saturday, April 8, at 1 p.m. in partnership with East Carolina University. Ask about our Park and Program Pass which includes admission to the attraction and the event or $5 for a ticket to the program only. (252) 475-1500. Roanokeisland.com. 

The event will be moderated by author Andrew Lawler who has written about archaeology for National Geographic, Smithsonian, Science, Discover and other publications.  Mr. Lawler will discuss his recent National Geographic reporting on excavations related to the Roanoke Voyages. He will moderate a panel of experts including Mark Horton, PhD University of Bristol, who heads the Cape Creek dig on Hatteras Island; Guy Prentice, PhD, National Park Service Southeast Archeological Center, who oversees excavations at Fort Raleigh and Charlie Ewen, PhD East Carolina University, co-editor of Searching for the Roanoke Colonists.  Artifacts from some of the digs will be on display. 

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