The Generall Historie of Virginia - New England and the Summer Isles
These two volumes contain the personal accounts of Captain John Smith, one of the first settlers of Jamestown, an early member of the Council of the Colony, and later the colony's leader. In these works, the story of Pocahontas first appears.
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