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Croatoan: Birth Place of America

by:
Scott Dawson (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-5469-6 ©2009
Price: $14.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 173 pages
Category/Subject: HISTORY / United States / State & Local / South (AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV)

Discover the truth behind ‘America’s oldest mystery.’ Learn how the Lost Colony was never lost but actually abandoned. This historical novel will take you on the adventure of a lifetime.

Abstract:
The first place the English ever landed in the New World was Croatoan, better known as Cape Hatteras. It is at Croatoan that the English made their first contact with Native Americans. It was the beginning of a friendship that would last forever. Croatoan is where the “lost” colony of 1587 went, and assimilated into the Croatoan Nation. Find out how this colony was never lost but abandoned. The evidence for the colony going to Croatoan is overwhelming. The only thing that became lost was the truth thanks to the greed of a few, who rewrote history for the sole purpose of making money. Go back in time with this book and learn about America’s true beginnings.

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Customer Reviews

  Changing the Rowanoak story , 08/05/2009
Reviewer: Paul Beam
Scott Dawson sets the first English settlement in America in a startling and convincing new perspective. Be prepared to give up everything you've been told about the 'Lost Colony', forget the 'narrative' of 'native perfidy, betrayals and mass murder' and all the tourist promotion of 'the poor souls left to perish'. This book cuts through all that to a tale of hope and courage and kindness that extends down to the present day in the descendants of those Settlers and those Indians, alive and thriving and happy right where they were left, on wonderful Cape Hatteras. this is a must-read for the serious student of American history and it is the start of a reclamation of the real events surrounding the founding of English settlers in the New World.

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  The Lost Colony was not Lost!!!! , 10/27/2010
Reviewer: Phil Patrick
Scott gives you the real history of the Roanoke voyages and none of that crap tourists try cramp down your throat about the so-called "Lost" Colony-you will learn this phrase was first uttered in 1937 by Paul Green, the playwright of the historically innacurate outdoor drama, The Lost Colony. Tourists that come to the Outerbanks need to pick up this book and read it and get ther real story and not some outdoor drama that lies about what really happened.

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