Table of contents for Pocahontas : the Powhatan culture and the Jamestown Colony / Lisa Sita.

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1. The Nonpareil of Virginia
2. The Powhatan Indians
3. Before Jamestown
4. Culture Conflict
5. The Struggle to Survive in Jamestown
6. Did Pocahontas Rescue John Smith? 
7. Rising Tensions
8. Pocahontas Is Kidnapped
9. Pocahontas and John Rolfe
10. The Virginia Colony Continues to Grow
11. Conclusion
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Pocahontas, d, 1617 Juvenile literature, Powhatan women Biography Juvenile literature, Powhatan Indians Social life and customs, Smith, John, 1580-1631 Juvenile literature, Jamestown (Va, ) History Juvenile literature, Virginia History Colonial period, ca, 1600-1775 Juvenile literature, Pocahontas, d, 1617, Powhatan Indians Biography, Indians of North America Virginia Biography, Women Biography, Smith, John, 1580-1631, Jamestown (Va, ) History, Virginia History Colonial period, ca, 1600-1775