Have you ever wondered what happened to the lost colony of Roanoke.The lost colony of Roanoke is a colony that one day mysteriously disappeared without a trace. Their leader John White set sail to England one day leaving his colonists alone. He said “I’ll be back in one year”. But then the Spanish war broke out so all of his ships were taken. Finally three years later he had a ship that took him back to Roanoke. When he got back the colony of Roanoke was mysteriously gone without a trace.My most favorite theory of what happens is they integrated with local Native American tribes.This is the most likely the cause for the disappearance of the Colony of Roanoke in 1590 because there was no trace of any bone evidence. There was a tribe name carved into a nearby tree “CRO and CROATIAN”, and they did not leave a cross behind to indicate something has happened. Croatoan was the only passive native tribe that would help rehabilitate them.The most likely reason that the lost colony of Roanoke disappeared without a trace is that the adapted to the croatan tribe lifestyle.This is the most likely reason because when John White go back and there was no sign of the trib showing they didn’t starve get killed or turned into cannibals because there was no sign of bones. John said to the tribe if they get attacked to carve a cross showing a sign but all they found was the words CRO and CROATOAN on a fence and a tree.Which was the only nice neighboring tribe.(The settlers, who arrived in 1587, disappeared in 1590, leaving behind only two clues: the words “Croatoan” carved into a fort’s gatepost and “Cro” etched into a tree)They most likely integrated with local Native American tribes because they found the words cro and croatoan carved in a fence post and a tree and croatoan was probably the only friendly neighboring native tribe.Back then the times were tough with resources so Roanoke might have decided to go to the tribe for help. At the dig sight (Theories about the disappearance have ranged from an annihilating disease to a violent rampage by local Native American tribes. Previous digs have turned up some information and artifacts from the original colonists but very little about what happened to them).When scientists were digging they found some neet artifacts but nothing about what happened to them.Supporting my theory that they went to live with the native.since the wall/fence was not destroyed they could not have been a tornado/hurricane but all of the supplies were packed and gone showing they could have left.The reason to no tornado.The prevailing theory has been that the colonists abandoned Roanoke and traveled 50 miles south to Hatteras Island, which was then known as Croatoan Island. But, Klingelhofer said, what if they went in another direction?What if some of the colonists traveled west via Albemarle Sound to the mouth of the Chowan River, to a protected inlet occupied by a sympathetic tribe? (See “What ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Didn’t Tell Us About Roanoke’s Lost Colony.”)The quote/article has no information about tornadoes indicating that there is no reason to believe one has happened.In conclusion the supporting paragraphs are indicative of why my theory could be correct.So now that you’ve heard my reasons on my theory, what theory do you support to being the most likely theory of what happened to Roanoke.What I learned from this research is how to correctly analyze an article and pull out information for an argumentative essay.The reason this is important is to help you better understand using information for choosing the most accurate decision.Where it takes place when it happened and who all was there can help me identify most of the characteristics of the lost colony of Roanoke.