The night and the storm passed, and day dawned on Roanoke Island.
It was three years before the Governor returned to Roanoke Island.
He reached Roanoke Island August 17, and, landing, visited the point where he had placed the settlement.
Guy was in the bow of the boat which steered for Roanoke Island.
Until further order, the headquarters of the sub-district of the Albemarle will be at Roanoke Island.
At sundown the fleet was within ten miles of Roanoke Island.
Roanoke Island and its surroundings lay outspread before him like a map.
And now a low swampy point of Roanoke Island pushes out into the dim water, under a veil of rain.
Roanoke Island lay to our right, and ever and anon we caught glimpses of the low, swampy lands of Hyde and Plymouth counties.
Raleigh was delighted to hear this, and immediately sent out another expedition which was to settle on Roanoke Island.