Fort Raleigh Hiking Stick Medallion

Fort Raleigh Hiking Stick Medallion
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Fort Raleigh Hiking Stick Medallion
This coat of arms was created by Sir Walter Raleigh, the man who helped fund England's first voyages to the New World and made the plans to create Roanoke Colony. The coat of arms pays homage to Queen Elizabeth I with St. George's Cross (the red cross on a white background) and Raleigh also put a deer in the top left corner of the crest to symbolize his contribution to the expeditions. This coat of arms was used by those at Roanoke Colony, but not for long. After just three years, Roanoke Colony mysteriously disappeared. Its governor had left to get supplies from England, and upon his return he found nothing but the word ''CROATAN'' carved into a nearby tree.Our hiking medallion displays the coat of arms to commemorate the unexplained history of the colony that paved the way for English colonization of America. Put our hiking medallion on your hiking stick to symbolize the mysterious history behind the Lost Colony.Product DetailsExplore the history of Roanoke Colony at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site.Measures 1.75'' height by 1.5'' widthHandcrafted from metalFour metal pins included
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