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  • Hi! I'm John White! I am in Roanoke colony- aka the Lost Colony. When I came back from my journey to get much needed supplies, the whole colony was was gone. All I found was the word "Croatoan" carved on an old tree. Some people believe that the colonists were killed by more violent tribes, and other people believe that they migrated somewhere else. Who knows- their story is one of life's mystery's.
  • Hi! I'm John Smith! I am in Jamestown. I was the one who helped the colonists make income by planting and selling tobacco. But when I stepped of the ship and saw how the colonists were working, I put them to work as soon as I could. Eventually, because of my help, the colony prospered. I guess tobacco was really popular in England!
  • Hi! I'm a soldier from St. Augustine! Right know, I am in Castillo de San Marcos- a battle fort that took nearly 23 years to build and has never fallen an attack. This fort was made from tiny shells called coquita. This was a military fort for the Spanish. They had fought battles before- some against Indians, and some against the British. They were very successful.
  • Hi! I'm a pilgrim from the Plymouth colony! Here, there is a lot of friendly Indians. They helped us develop skills to hunt and fish. When we first met them, we were really scared of them. But now we know that they are really friendly. We even had the first Thanksgiving together!
  • Hi! I'm a maid from the St.Mary's colony! This is the garden. Women grow many different kinds of herbs, plants, and weeds here. Some are used for food, some are used for healing cuts and wounds, and others are for healing sicknesses given by deadly animals. The colonists from this colony needed this garden to survive in many ways.
  • The colonists established the places that they lived in, and now, we live in them. We are very successful, and some of them were too.
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