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Pocahontas: a Little Indian Girl of Jamestown  
Product ID: B0007DLIXI
Pocahontas: a Little Indian Girl of Jamestown
In Stock: 1

Product Details

  • Hardcover: 28 pages
  • Publisher: Rand McNally Elf Book (1957); First Edition 
  • Author: Francis Cavanah 
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 6-5/8 inches
  • ASIN: B0007DLIXI
  • Condition:  Acceptable - Vintage book shows considerable shelf wear to cover and spine.  Binding solid and pages still crisp, clean and intact.

 

 Pocahontas:

a Little Indian Girl of Jamestown

By:  Francis Cavanah

Illtustrations By:  Manning de V. Lee

INTRODUCTION:

The 350th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, Virginia -- the first successful English colony in America -- is being celebrated in 1957.  Millions of Americans will visit for the first time the lovely island in the James River where the young Indian princess, Pocahontas, won the hearts of Jamestown's soldiers, explorers, and cavaliers, including the courageous Captain John Smith.

The original Jamestown today is a vanished city, but modern archeology and landscape architecture have recreated its outlines and the everyday life of its people.  The National Park Service and the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities are reserving the historic site.  For the celebration in 1957, the Jamestown Festival's sponsors have reconstructed at full scale the famous Fort of 1607, the glass factory of 1608, and the three ships of the first colonists, so that children and their parents, visiting the spot, will live for a moment in the time of Captain John Smith.

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