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CONTENTS Dedication Epigraph Prayer by Dr. Linwood ¿Little Bear¿ Custalow Maps: Tsenacomoca 1607¿1613 and Present-Day Virginia Foreword Why Tell the Story Now? Letter from Mattaponi Chief Carl ¿Lone Eagle¿ Custalow Preface Who We Are by Dr. Linwood ¿Little Bear¿ Custalow Preface The Other Side of History by Angela L. Daniel ¿Silver Star¿ Introduction How to Tell the Story Part One Chapter One Pocahontas: A Favorite Child Chapter Two Captain John Smith: An English Chief Chapter Three Pocahontas: The Powhatan Peace Symbol Chapter Four Powhatan Rule: Not by Force Chapter Five Danger in Pocahontas¿s Homeland Chapter Six Pocahontas Comes of Age Part Two Chapter Seven Pocahontas Kidnapped Chapter Eight No Retaliation Chapter Nine Marriage in Captivity Chapter Ten The Colony Saved by the Powhatan Chapter Eleven Pocahontas¿s Revelation Chapter Twelve Murder in England Epilogue In the Years That Followed Afterword The Other Side of History by Danielle Moretti-Langholtz, PhD Acknowledgments Chronology of Events from 1597 to 1618 Endnotes Bibliography About the Authors
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Pocahontas, d. 1617.
Powhatan women -- Biography.
Powhatan Indians -- Social life and customs.