BY: Natalie Priester
Pocahontas was the daughter of Powhatan cheif. She loved climbing trees and running races. Pocahontas begged her farther to save John smith' s life. Pocahontas had married John Rolfe at an early age in her life. Pocahontas was not only courageous but was a very active and fun loving young lady.
Pocahontas's childhood life
Let me tell you about a young girl named Pocahontas and how she enjoyed her life. The name Pocahontas means playful one. Everyone loved her because she was playful and kind. Pocahontas did cartwheels, she ran races, and climbing trees. She was faster than any other children. She would challenge young men to hand spring. Pocahontas became friends with the Jamestown people. She helped them to get food. I hope you enjoy reading about Pocahontas as a young girl. Please continue reading about her as she grows.
Pocahontas start a friendship with a captain
The start of a new friendship between a young girl and a captain and how she saved his life. Two Native Americans made john smith lie down on a large stone to kill him. Pocahontas put her arms around his head and told them to let him go. John smith was caught by Native Americans and brought to chief Powhatan. First, the chief welcomed him. After Pocahontas save captain john smith's life there was peace between the English settlers and the Indians. If it weren't for Pocahontas John smith would of died.
Pocahontas married a new captain
When Pocahontas married John Rolfe April 5th and they had a son named Thomas. A captain of a ship knew that Pocahontas was a princess. He tricked her into coming on his shop. He took her to Jamestown and then to another colony. She was set free after one year. While living with the English people, Pocahontas met John Rolfe. He was an English colonist. They married in 1614. This was the start of peace between the English and the Native Americans. They did not fight. When Pocahontas married John Rolfe the English and the Native Americans did not fight.
Pocahontas was a Native American princess. Pocahontas loved climbing trees and running races. Pocahontas put her arms around his head and told them to let him go. While living with the English people Pocahontas met John Rolfe and got married in 1614 and had a son named Thomas. Pocahontas loved helping other people.
Books social studies text by: Dr. Herbert J.Bass
Pocahontas by: Nancy Polette
Electronic Pocahontas by: Word Book Kids.