Jamestown Colony

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History Of Saint Helena - East India Company, 1658–1815
... that St Helena claims to be Britain’s second oldest colony (after Bermuda) ... With the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, the fort was renamed James Fort, the town Jamestown and the valley James Valley, all in honour of the Duke of York, later James II of ... envisaged, the Dutch East India Company launched an armed invasion of St Helena from the Cape colony over Christmas 1672 ...
Virginia Dare - Mystery of The "Lost Colony"
... Before he had left the colony, White had instructed them that if anything happened to them, they should carve a Maltese cross on a tree nearby, indicating that their ... In 1607, John Smith and other members of the successful Jamestown Colony sought information about the fate of the Roanoke colonists ... The Jamestown Colony received reports of some survivors of the Lost Colony and sent out search parties, but none was successful ...
Ananias Dare - Roanoke Colony - Historical Explanations
... John Smith and other members of the Jamestown Colony sought information about the fate of the colonists in 1607 ... The Jamestown Colony received reports of some survivors of the Lost Colony and sent out search parties, but none were successful ... However, in her 2000 book Roanoke Solving the Mystery of the Lost Colony, Miller postulated that some of the Lost Colony survivors sought shelter with a neighboring Indian tribe, the Chowanoc ...

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