1. Describe the tree from "Indian Gallows" on Colington Island in North Carolina.
The tree on Colington Island in North Carolina is over 300 years old. An Indian Prince named Roanoke was hung from that tree. It's tree branches also grow into one another forming a doorway.
2. Who is Robert Austin?
Robert Austin's family shipwrecked onto Colington Island in 1711. They landed by the tree where Prince Roanoke and some other Indians helped his family settle.
3. Who is Prince Roanoke?
Prince Roanoke is a young Indian prince who helps Robert Austin's family settle in the New World when they shipwreck on his island. He falls in love with Elnora, Austin's daughter, but she is engaged to another man. His love for her never dies, although it is unrequited.
4. In "Indian Gallows" what does King Cashie form in and plan to do?
King Cashie forms the Tuscarora Confederacy in response to the Englishmen settling on their land. He wants to slaughter all of them, women and children included.
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