Roanoke: Solving the Mystery of the Lost Colony

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Arcade Publishing, 2000 - History - 362 pages
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In November 1587, 115 men, women, and children were marooned on Roanoke Island. Before help can reach them, all vanished with barely a trace. Historical detection by the author reveals that the tragedy actually began within the inner circle of Queen Elizabeth's government. While narrating a thrilling tale of Court intrigue, spy rings, treachery, sabotage, Native American politics and power, the author shows what must have become of the settlers when left to a hostile world.
 

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What happened to the first English colony in North America is a question that has vexed researchers since the word "Croatoan" was found carved on a tree in 1590. Miller, an anthropologist and ... Read full review

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Lee Miller is a consultant with Advanced Human Resources Group, Inc., and chair of the International Association of Corporate and Professional Recruiters. He has been senior vice president of human resources at "TV Guide "and was head of human resources at USA Networks and Barney's, New York.

Jessica Miller is a global banking media and communications specialist for Deutsche Bank.

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