Underwater Archeology Projects in Outer Banks Parks Address Intriguing Questions

Where is the rest of the original English settlement site on Roanoke Island? What more can we learn about the location and condition of German U-boat wrecks along the North Carolina coast? These and other interesting questions are being addressed by underwater archeologists working at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site and Cape Hatteras National Seashore.

There Was No Happy Thanksgiving for the Lost Colonists of Roanoke Island

At Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, archeologists strive to solve a mystery that still fascinates us after more than four centuries. What happened to the lost Roanoke Colony?

Unusual Prehistoric Hunting Artifact Was a Lucky Find at Denali

While hiking in Denali National Park, a sharp-eyed youngster found an ancient arrow foreshaft carved from an antler. This rare artifact will help archeologists learn more about early Athabascan occupancy of interior Alaska.
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