The legend of Pocahontas: originally titled The Princess Pocahontas
Children's Classics, May 28, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 208 pages
Featuring a Foreword by Karla Dougherty, this book eloquently renders the story of the brave Indian princess who saves the life of colonist Captain John Smith. The book depicts Native American life before and after the Europeans came. Illustrations throughout, many in color.
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