Articles on the findings: Outer Banks Sentinel http://www.obsentinel.com/news/lost-or-found/article_69865874-e2d4-11e4-8e25-bb38df3bd9e9.html Outer Banks Voice http://outerbanksvoice.com/2015/04/12/archaeologists-find-new-evidence-of-lost-colonists-on-hatteras/ For more information about the Croatoan Archaeological Society, please visit their website and follow their Facebook page.
Editor’s note: In 2013, a book was published by Dr. David LaVere, PhD, a professor of history at UNC-Wilmington, entitled The Tuscarora War. In his book, LaVere references an article that was originally posted at this site and written by Sara Whitford. Although Ms. Whitford’s article was originally published in 2007, when the site was […]
Below are full name/surname lists based on associations with particular tribes or special areas of research. Please keep in mind that just because someone is of a particular surname associated with a particular tribe DOES NOT NECESSARILY mean that the person was of that tribe. It is necessary to establish a “preponderance of evidence” before […]
Coastal Carolina Indian Center is pleased to announce that for the first time in the history of the Great Salt Water Educational Outreach Enrichment Program, four schools across the state of North Carolina are being acknowledged for CCIC’s Outstanding Fourth Grade Teachers and Students Award. Fourth grade class enrollment size varies amongst these schools, but the one standout attribute each fourth grade class demonstrated […]
Although not produced by Dr. Rudes, this word list was the first publicly available Tuscarora language dictionary available until Dr. Rudes completed his thorough and accurate Tuscarora-English/English-Tuscarora dictionary. This particular dictionary was published by the late F. Roy Johnson. The Tuscarora translations of English words are not exactly correct in their phonetic pronunciations, but considering […]