There was no standard of writing English back then. People spelled words as they saw fit and, when creating a message in stone, one doesn't have the time for perfect Elizabethan grammar which was hardly widespread in a society of largely illiterate people.
Fair is Fair
So they "vanished" when the Indians slaughtered them...how quaint.
Native Americans weren't fucking around they were like get the fuck our Continent.
Who's the actress who played the governor's daughter?
My iPad worth 5000!! Really!?
Ironic. My History clasd literallu just leanred about the Roanoke
But does it have wifi
I found a tablet before but the battery was dead on it
ANSWER - YES
i've looked alot at carved writing in stone from colonial times through early 20th century, and from what i can see, even the first stone looks post 1940. they appear to be carved by someone very familiar with the Helvetica font, or some other sans serif font which didn't exist even 100 yrs ago.
It’s was IT
First to be 323rd
I Remeber studying this in 7th grade
day after my history test