What Were Sir Walter Raleigh's Sailing Routes?

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Sir Walter Raleigh sailed in Falcon and was also captain of the same. He is remembered for establishing the Virginia colony of Roanoke Island and introducing tobacco and the potato to Europe.
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In 1578 Sir Water Raleigh was captain of the Falcon, sailing for America.
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Sir Walter Raleigh was an Englishman who paved the way for early colonization in North America. He founded what became Virginia and North Carolina, and had a great loss with Roanoke
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