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Online Sources: Pocahontas
Book Sources: Pocahontas
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"A Discourse of Virginia" by
Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust
Now first printed from the original manuscript in the Lambeth Library. Edited, with notes and an introduction by Charles Deane. A journal of transactions in the colony June 1607-April 1608, with a defense of the author's course as president.
A True Discourse of the Present State of Virginia by
Call Number: F229.H24 T8 1957
Reprinted from the London ed., 1615, with an introd. by A.L. Rowse
The discourse is followed by three letters: (1) From Sir Thomas Dale, dated Jamestown, June 18, 1614; (2) From Rev. Alexander Whitaker, dated Virginia, June 18, 1614; (3) From John Rolfe, giving his reasons for marrying Pocahontas.
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