The Story of Pocahontas and Captain John Smith
Long, long ago, when the Indians owned the land, there lived in Virginia, near the river afterwards called the James, a little girl, the Princess Pocahontas, daughter of the great chief Powhatan.
Pocahontas was her father’s favorite child, and the pet of the whole tribe; even the fierce warriors loved her sunny ways.
She was a child of nature, and the birds trusted her and came at her call. She knew their songs, and where they built their nests. So she roamed the woods, and learned the ways of all the wild things, and grew to be a care-free maiden.
A school history reader about Pocahontas and John Smith
Published by Houghton Mifflin Company in 1906, this book is written for early readers. It tells the story of Pocahontas and how she came to meet, help, and marry John Smith from England.
The text is broken up into easy chapters and full color illustrations are found throughout.
Perfect for printing, or use the images as clipart in your study of Early America!
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