The Baptism of Virginia Dare - Paul Green's "The Lost Colony"
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The Baptism of Virginia Dare - Paul Green's "The Lost Colony"
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused


Waterside Theatre, Famous for "The Lost Colony" Historical Drama
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Waterside Theatre, Famous for "The Lost Colony" Historical Drama
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Waterside Theatre is located on Roanoke Island, where old Fort Raleigh has been restored. It is the spot where the first English settlers landed in 1587, and is also the birth-place of Virginia Dare, the first white child of English parents, to be born in the New World. The fate of these first colonists has remained a mystery to this day



Lost Colony Amphitheatre
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Lost Colony Amphitheatre
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Waterside Theatre is the setting for Paul Green's famous outdoor drama, "The Lost Colony." It was in this exact location that the first English settlement on this continent was established, subsequently disappearing without a trace Colourpicture


Waterside Theatre, Famous for :The Lost Colony" Historical Drama
Title:
Waterside Theatre, Famous for :The Lost Colony" Historical Drama
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
In 1587 the first English colony in America was founded on Roanoke Island, which at that time was a part of Virginia, but is now in North Carolina. It is the birthplace of Virginia Dare, the first white child born in America. The fate of these colonists still remains a mystery for it is unknown whether they were exterminated by the Spaniards, massacred by the Indians, or what happened to them, The fort of "The Lost Colony" has been restored as it is thought to have been over 35o years ago



Waterside Theater & Fort Raleigh
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Waterside Theater & Fort Raleigh
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

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EC-25 Waterside Theater & Fort Raleigh, Roanoke Island, North Carolina


Waterside Theatre Famous For The Lost Colony Historical Drama
Title:
Waterside Theatre Famous For The Lost Colony Historical Drama
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Series OB-H41 Waterside Theatre is located on Roanoke Island, where old Fort Raleigh has been restored. It is the spot where the first English settlers landed in 1587, and is also the birth-place of Virginia Dare, the first white child of English parents, to be born in the New World. The fate of these first colonists has remained a mystery to this day.



Lost Colony Amphitheatre
Title:
Lost Colony Amphitheatre
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Waterside Theatre is the setting for Paul Green's famous outdoor drama, “The Lost Colony.” It was in this exact location that the first English settlement on this continent was established, subsequently disappearing without a trace.


The Outer Banks Of North Carolina
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The Outer Banks Of North Carolina
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

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The Outer Banks of North Carolina. Last Colony, Roanoke Island, N.C. Indians Celebrate corn harvest with dance around human totem pole.



Entrance To Old Fort Raleigh
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Entrance To Old Fort Raleigh
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
This is the site of the first attempted English settlement in the New World, 1585-1587. Birth-place of Virginia Dare, first child of English parents born in America. Restoration of Fort Raleigh as it is thought to have been in 1587 has been completed.


Entrance To Old Fort Raleigh
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Entrance To Old Fort Raleigh
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen PM 1947

Description:
This is the site of the first attempted English settlement in the New World, 1585 - 1587. British place of Virginia Dare, first child of English parents born in America. Restoration of Fort Raleigh as it is thought to have been in 1587 has been completed.



Waterside Theatre
Title:
Waterside Theatre
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Waterside theatre, Famous for "The lost colony" Historical Drama. In 1587 the first English colony in America was founded on Roanoke Island, which at that time was a part of Virginia, but is now in North Carolina. It is the birthplace of Virginia Dare, the first white child born in America. The fate of these colonists still remains a mystery for it is unknown whether they were exterminated by the Spaniards, massacred by the Indians, or what happened to them. The fort of "The Lost Colony" has been restored as it is thought to have been over 350 years ago.


One of the Thatched Roof Huts Reconstructed in Fort Raleigh
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One of the Thatched Roof Huts Reconstructed in Fort Raleigh
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
In 1587 the first English colony in America was founded on Roanoke Island, which at that time was a part of Virginia, but is now in North Carolina. It is the birthplace of Virginia Dare, the first white child born in America. The fate of these colonists still remains a mystery, for it is unknown whether they were exterminated by the Spaniards, massacred by the Indians, or what happened to them. The fort of "The Lost Colony" has been restored as it is thought to have been over 350 years ago.



Lost Colony Amphitheatre
Title:
Lost Colony Amphitheatre
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Waterside Theatre is the setting for Paul Green's famous outdoor drama, ""The Lost Colony,"" It was in this exact location that the first English settlement on this continent was established, subsequently disappearing without a trace


Waterside Theatre
Title:
Waterside Theatre
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Waterside Theare is located on Roanoke Island, where old Fort Raleigh has been restored. It is the spot where the first English settlers landed in 1587, and is also the birthplace of Virginia Dare, the first white child of English parents, to be born in the New World. The fate of these first colonists has remained a mystery to this day



Waterside Theatre
Title:
Waterside Theatre
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Series OB-H41 Waterside theatre, Famous for “The Lost Colony” Historical Drama, Roanoke Island, N. C. Waterside Theatre is located on Roanoke Island, where old Fort Raleigh has been restored. It is the spot where the first English settlers landed in 1587, and is also the birthplace of Virginia Dare, the first white child of English parents, to be born in the New World. The fate of these first colonists has remained a mystery to this day


The Baptism of Virginia Dare - A Scene in Paul Green's "The Lost Colony"
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The Baptism of Virginia Dare - A Scene in Paul Green's "The Lost Colony"
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

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The Baptism of Virginia Dare - A Scene in Paul Green's "The Lost Colony" Roanoke Island, NC



The Outer Banks Of North Carolina
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The Outer Banks Of North Carolina
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

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Roanoke Island, N.C. Baptism of Virginia Dare, first child of English parentage, born in the 16th Century New World, August, 1587.


Chapel At Restored Fort Raleigh
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Chapel At Restored Fort Raleigh
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
The chapel, dedicated to the worship of any denomination which requests it, already has been the scene of scores of marriages. Near this site on august 13, 1587, occurred the first administration of a protestant sacrament in the new world, the baptism of the friendly Indian, Manteo. A week later the infant Virginia dare was christened.



The Lost Colony
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The Lost Colony
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen PM 1947 Jul-21

Description:
Paul Green's "the lost colony" presented five nights weekly each summer during July and August At Manteo, Roanoke Island, North Carolina. (Please fill out and hand to usher for mailing).


Marker And Entrance To Fort Raleigh
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Marker And Entrance To Fort Raleigh
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
This is the site of the first attempted English settlement in the New World, 1585-1587. Birth-place of Virginia Dare, first child of English parents born in America. Restoration of Fort Raleigh as it is thought to have been in 1587 has been completed.



Marker to birth of Virginia Dare
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Marker to birth of Virginia Dare
Roanoke Island North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
On this site, in July-August, 1585 (O. S.), colonists, sent out from England by Sir Walter Raleigh built a fort, called by them "The New Fort in Virginia." These golonists were the first settlers of the English race in America. They returned to England on July 1586, with Sir Francis Drake. Near this place was born, on the 18th of August, 1587. Virginia Dare, the First child of English parents born in America - Daughter of Ananias Dare and Eleanor White, his wife, members of another band of coloillsts sent out by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1587. On Sunday August 20, 1587. Virginia Dare was Baptized. Manteo the Friendly chielf of the Hatteras Indians had been Baptized on the Sunday preceding these Bapotisms are the First known celebrations of a Christian Sacrament in the territory of the thirteen original United States.




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