Pocahontas (Native American Legends) by Don McLeese

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1607 ✺ Smith is taken by Native Americans while exploring. 1608 ✺ Smith becomes president of Virginia. 1609 ✺ Smith is sent back to England to get better. 1613 ✺ Pocahontas is taken prisoner by an English ship. ✺ Pocahontas marries John Rolfe. ✺ Pocahontas goes to England. ✺ Pocahontas becomes sick and dies. ✺ John Smith dies. 1614 1616 1617 1631 o 29 —————————————————— Glossary Algonquin (al GOHN kwin) — a group of Native American tribes that spoke the same language (also the name of the language they spoke) chief (CHEEF) — leader, head of a Native American tribe Christian (KRIS chun) — a religion that believes that Jesus Christ is the son of God colony (CAHL oh nee) — a territory that belongs to another country Matoaka (MAH to AH kuh) — the name of the girl who took the nickname “Pocahontas” Native American (NAY tiv uh MARE ih can) — people who lived in the land that is now the United States before explorers from Europe came Pocahontas (poe cuh HAHN tis) — a Native American girl who helped her people and English settlers become friendlier Powhattan (pow HAT un) — the name taken by the father of Pocahontas (also the name of the tribe where he was chief) prisoner (PRIZZ nur) — someone captured by the enemy or put into prison settlers (SET lers) — people who move to a new land to live there tribe (TRYB) — one of the bands or nations of Native Americans o 30 —————————————————— Further Reading Edwards, Judith.

1613 ✺ Pocahontas is taken prisoner by an English ship. ✺ Pocahontas marries John Rolfe. ✺ Pocahontas goes to England. ✺ Pocahontas becomes sick and dies. ✺ John Smith dies. 1614 1616 1617 1631 o 29 —————————————————— Glossary Algonquin (al GOHN kwin) — a group of Native American tribes that spoke the same language (also the name of the language they spoke) chief (CHEEF) — leader, head of a Native American tribe Christian (KRIS chun) — a religion that believes that Jesus Christ is the son of God colony (CAHL oh nee) — a territory that belongs to another country Matoaka (MAH to AH kuh) — the name of the girl who took the nickname “Pocahontas” Native American (NAY tiv uh MARE ih can) — people who lived in the land that is now the United States before explorers from Europe came Pocahontas (poe cuh HAHN tis) — a Native American girl who helped her people and English settlers become friendlier Powhattan (pow HAT un) — the name taken by the father of Pocahontas (also the name of the tribe where he was chief) prisoner (PRIZZ nur) — someone captured by the enemy or put into prison settlers (SET lers) — people who move to a new land to live there tribe (TRYB) — one of the bands or nations of Native Americans o 30 —————————————————— Further Reading Edwards, Judith.

1613 ✺ Pocahontas is taken prisoner by an English ship. ✺ Pocahontas marries John Rolfe. ✺ Pocahontas goes to England. ✺ Pocahontas becomes sick and dies. ✺ John Smith dies. 1614 1616 1617 1631 o 29 —————————————————— Glossary Algonquin (al GOHN kwin) — a group of Native American tribes that spoke the same language (also the name of the language they spoke) chief (CHEEF) — leader, head of a Native American tribe Christian (KRIS chun) — a religion that believes that Jesus Christ is the son of God colony (CAHL oh nee) — a territory that belongs to another country Matoaka (MAH to AH kuh) — the name of the girl who took the nickname “Pocahontas” Native American (NAY tiv uh MARE ih can) — people who lived in the land that is now the United States before explorers from Europe came Pocahontas (poe cuh HAHN tis) — a Native American girl who helped her people and English settlers become friendlier Powhattan (pow HAT un) — the name taken by the father of Pocahontas (also the name of the tribe where he was chief) prisoner (PRIZZ nur) — someone captured by the enemy or put into prison settlers (SET lers) — people who move to a new land to live there tribe (TRYB) — one of the bands or nations of Native Americans o 30 —————————————————— Further Reading Edwards, Judith.

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