5 edition of My name is Pocahontas found in the catalog.
My name is Pocahontas
The Indian princess describes meeting John Smith and the other English colonists and eventually traveling to England to discover more about their culture.
|Statement||written and illustrated by William Accorsi.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography, Biography.|
|LC Classifications||E99.P85 P5714 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||91024218|
This book was incredibly BORING! The majority of the information in this book could have been left out! I would say about 1/4 of it is actually about Pocahontas and her life. The rest was politics. I was able to glean a tiny bit of historical information relevent to my family, so that was interesting/5(3). Pocahontas, meaning "playful one" (her real name was said to be Matoaka), used to visit the English in Virginia at Jamestown. According to the famous story, she saved the life of the captured Capt. John Smith just as he was about to have his head smashed at the direction of Powhatan.
The name Pocahontas is a girl's name meaning "playful one". Seen from one vantage point, Pocahontas is a name that will please no one. It's sure to invite playground mockery, and some will accuse parents without Algonquin ancestry of cultural appropriation. In certain circles, the Disney movie still stirs up bad blood. Yet, as it turns out, Native Americans have passed down stories of Pocahontas orally over the past years—as detailed in Daniel’s book—and these frequently contradict Smith.
Legends have grown up about her, books have been written about her, she has been depicted in paintings, and she has been awarded the ultimate accolade of any storybook princess - Disney has made a film about her. But she was a real person, and her name was Pocahontas. How Popular is the name Pocahontas? Pocahontas is th most popular name of all time. How many people with the first name Pocahontas have been born in the United States? From to , the Social Security Administration has recorded babies born with the first name Pocahontas in the United States. That's more than enough people.
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"My name is Pocahontas,"comma per eed begins this picture book interpretation of a near mythic Native American's life.
Though sculptor/designer Accorsi's lustrous, primitive paintings have considerable child appeal, the accompanying text is often wordy, artificial (" 'But no, wait!5/5(1). ``My name is Pocahontas,''comma per eed begins this picture book interpretation of a near mythic Native American's life.
Though sculptor/designer Accorsi's lustrous, primitive paintings have. Pocahontas is a semi-fictional [vague] character who is the title character of Walt Disney Animation Studios's 33rd animated feature film Pocahontas (), and its direct-to-video sequel Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World ().
The character and the events she goes through are loosely based on the actual historical figure Pocahontas. Pocahontas, as the daughter of a Native American Based on: Pocahontas.
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Vintage Pocahontas: A See And Read - By Paticia Miles Martin. $ +$ shipping. Pocahontas was named Amonute at birth and went by the name Matoaka.
She supposedly earned the nickname Pocahontas, which means “playful one,” because of her happy, inquisitive nature. Pocahontas, the beloved daughter of the Powhatan chief, Mamanatowic, is just eleven; but in spite of her age, this astute young girl acts with wisdom and compassion, and plays a fateful, peaceful role in the destinies of two peoples.
Your name here. Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. 28 customer ratings. 5 star 77% 4 star 8 Reviews: Pocahontas, also called Matoaka and Amonute, Christian name Rebecca, (born My name is Pocahontas book. near present-day Jamestown, Virginia, U.S.—died MarchGravesend, Kent, England), Powhatan Indian woman who fostered peace between English colonists and Native Americans by befriending the settlers at the Jamestown Colony in Virginia and eventually.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Visit Your Favorite Princess. Belle. Rapunzel. My Pocahontas book, for example, came out in Another historian wrote a serious segment about her that said much the same as I did just with less detail in Pocahontas is the titular protagonist of Disney's animated feature film of the same is the daughter of Chief Powhatan, the leader of a Native American tribe in a willfully bold spirit, she formed a forbidden friendship with an English settler named John Smith, with whom she would fall in unately, a difference in values sparks a war between the natives and.
Then, the easiest thing is to get the book Pocahontas' Descendants, by Stuart E. Brown, Lorraine F. Myers, and Eileen M. Chappel (). It corrects, expands, and updates an earlier book called Pocahontas and Her Descendants by Wyndham Robertson (). Addenda continue to be published as more descendants are recorded.
My late grandmother. W e all think we know Pocahontas, but her real story is very different from the popular image. Pocahontas was an extremely talented and lively year-old girl when Jamestown was founded in. “Pocahontas" is the best-looking of the modern Disney animated features, and one of the more thoughtful: It is about real issues, even if it treats them with naive idealism.
In its view, Native Americans lived in peaceful harmony with nature until European settlers came, bringing guns and ecological destruction. The Europeans, puffed up with their notions of civilization, did not realize how. Smith claimed Pocahontas twice saved his life in his book General Historie of Virginia, long after many of the main players had passed away.
AroundPocahontas, then around 14 years old, married Kocoum, possibly of the Patawomeck tribe, whom the two would live among for a short time. The two had a child, according to some sources. Meanwhile, in this "New World," Chief Powhatan (Russell Means) has pledged his daughter, Pocahontas (Irene Bedard), to be married to the village's greatest warrior.
Pocahontas, however, has other ideas. She has seen a vision of a spinning arrow, a vision she believes tells her change is coming.
POCAHONTAS My name is Pocahontas. JOHN SMITH I’m John Smith. [Cut to: Exterior, Jamestown, day.] RATCLIFFE That’s it. Keep at it, men. Keep digging. It’s got to be here somewhere. NAMONTACK There’s thirty more of them, down by the ridge. KOCOUM That makes more than a hundred.
RATCLIFFE Anything yet. THOMAS Nothing but rocks and dirt. My Distant Cousin and Ex-Spouse is supposed to be a Great-Granddaughter to Powhattan, by way of Pocahontas Sister.
My Great-Great Grandfather+, was Capt. Hugh Mason of Plymouth Colony and was A Cousin to Dorothy Mason-Rolfe, Spouse of John Rolfe Sr.
and Mother of John Rolfe Jr. that Married Pocahontas. In the end, he decided the best way to win over the Powhatan was to marry Pocahontas, who all the while was being forced to wear English clothes, convert to Christianity and adopt the name.
Whitaker baptized Pocahontas with a new, Christian name: Rebecca. The selection of this name may have been a symbolic gesture to the Rebecca of the Book.
This book was originally published in and has been reprinted many time, most recently in A great companion book to this descendants lists, with one of the best biographies on the life of Matoaka, is Pocahontas by Stuart E.
Brown, Jr. Contents of Pocahontas and Her Descendants.Pocahontas, daughter of a Native American tribe chief, falls in love with an English soldier as colonists invade 17th century Virginia.And yet, many people who know her name do not know much about her.
The Written History. Pocahontas was born about and named "Amonute," though she also had a more private name of Matoaka. She was called "Pocahontas" as a nickname, which meant "playful one," because of her frolicsome and curious nature.