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The Elizabethan Gardens, on Roanoke Island, is an “Elizabethan-inspired” 10-acres run by the Garden Club of North Carolina. It was conceived in 1950 as a memorial to the Lost Colonists of Roanoke — the 120 English who arrived on Roanoke … Continue reading
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Nineteenth century Moravians color-coded their women. That’s what I remember the most from my visit to Old Salem, North Carolina. The women wore white bonnets and the bonnets were tied with ribbons. Young girls wore red ribbons, single women wore … Continue reading