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History: People NC

People who were part of/ important to Roanoke Voyages.

I was the first person of English heritage born in the New World Virgina Dare
I was the painter turned governor who "lost" my colonists. John White
I sponsored the voyages to Roanoke but remained in England with the Queen. Sir Walter Raleigh
I gave Walter Raleigh permission to send expeditions to the New World. Queen Elizabeth I
I commanded the ships on the Ralph Lane expedition. Sir Richard Greenville
I was the famous Sea Dog who offered my assistance to the Lane colonists. Sir Francis Drake
I was the fiery, rough military governor of the first attempted settlement on Roanoke. Ralph Lane
My descriptions of native plant life and culture were widely read in England. Thomas Harriet
Along with Barlowe, I was sent to stud and report on the region that became NC. Phillip Armadas
Wanchese and I went to England with the first expedition and were very well received. Manteo
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