Resources for Studying Jamestown — 3 Comments

  1. The books by MAri Hanes, Pocahantas: True Princess and Two Mighty Rivers: Son of Pocahantas are both the best books I have seen on this period.
    Also for high school we recently enjoyed TO HAve and To Hold, a thick novel about the period of Jamestown after Pocahantas has died.

    • I’m going to look up and pin those too! Our daughter really likes Pocahontas and from what we’re read together she was a great women in her time and worthy of study.

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