John White's Mysterious Disappearanance

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The only clue to their mysterious disappearance was the word “CROATOAN” carved into the palisade that had been built around the settlement. White took the letters to mean that the colonists had moved to Croatoan Island, some 50 miles away, but . aA later search of the island found none of the settlers. A 100 people mysteriously went missing. I believe that the colonists on Roanoke Island got killed by the Natives because . John White and his men found no trace of the 100 or so colonists he left behind, and there was no sign of violence. Also The only clue to their mysterious disappearance was the word “CROATOAN” carved into the palisade that had been built around the settlement. White took the letters to mean that the colonists had moved …show more content…
There was an island named Croatoan so John White thought maybe they were there but it turns out they weren’t

Start your reason 4 A little over a year had passed since they first started the colony, before explorers decided to check up on their hopeful progress. What these explorers found was one dead body. It was verified that it was the work of the Natives. From this past event we know that the Natives were capable of such atrocities and also capable of hiding the bodies. Start your conclusion here In theory, this is what happened to the colonists on Roanoke Island. I believe that the colonists on Roanoke Island got killed by the Natives because . John White and his men found no trace of the 100 or so colonists he left behind, and there was no sign of violence. Also T The only clue to their mysterious disappearance was the word “CROATOAN” carved into the palisade that had been built around the settlement. Would you go to Roanoke Island?

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