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Pictorial history

Author: Elizabeth Berkeley GrimballW C HortonRobert Brent DraneMabel Evans JonesNorth Carolina. State Board of Education.All authors
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Atlas Film Co., 1921.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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"The motion picture opened with a view of young Walter Raleigh and Richard Grenville by the edge of the sea listening to tales of far off places told by an old sea captain ... The film moved correctly through the Amadas and Barlow expedition, the Ralph Lane colony and the Lost Colony with its march into oblivion, and concluded with Governor White's return and failure to find the colonists"--Powell, p. 120.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Berkeley Grimball; W C Horton; Robert Brent Drane; Mabel Evans Jones; North Carolina. State Board of Education.; North Carolina Historical Commission.
OCLC Number: 48202607
Language Note: With captions.
Notes: Issued as a five-reel motion picture in 1921.
Filmed on Roanoke Island, with a cast of more than two hundred people. Most were local people, but some came from Elizabeth City, Edenton, Hertford and Raleigh.
Important roles included Governor John White and Lost Colony settlers, Eleanor Dare, baby Virginia Dare and a priest.
Credits: Director, Elizabeth Berkeley Grimball.
Cast: Dr. W.C. Horton (John White), Rev. Robert Brent Drane (Priest), Mabel Evans Jones (Eleanor Dare), Eloise Emery (Virginia Dare).
Description: 1 videocassette : b&w ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Other Titles: Mabel Evans Jones' 1921 silent film about the Roanoke Island settlements & the lost colony
Responsibility: produced by the State Board of Education in collaboration with the State Historical Commission.

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"The motion picture opened with a view of young Walter Raleigh and Richard Grenville by the edge of the sea listening to tales of far off places told by an old sea captain ... The film moved correctly through the Amadas and Barlow expedition, the Ralph Lane colony and the Lost Colony with its march into oblivion, and concluded with Governor White's return and failure to find the colonists"--Powell, p. 120.

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