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This was probably the primary town of the Secotan and was drawn by John White during his travels c.1585. The Secotan nation were the group that the Roanoke colonists had the most contacts with, which may explain why so many of their towns are located on White’s map. Although many of these towns were relatively small and the Secotan were not the largest or strongest tribe in the region, they did control a large amount of territory.