The earliest surviving painting of a bald eagle, from circa 1585. It was painted by John White, the governor of Roanoke Colony. White’s daughter and grandchild would later disappear as part of the famous Lost Colony.

The earliest surviving painting of a bald eagle, from circa 1585. It was painted by John White, the governor of Roanoke Colony. White’s daughter and grandchild would later disappear as part of the famous Lost Colony.

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