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Pocahontas : Leslie Gourse (96 Edition)
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This is the story of the brave and kindhearted Native American princess who helped bring about trust and friendship between the English colonists and her tribespeople.
ISBN: 9780689808081 ill.: Henderson, Meryl Author: Henderson, Meryl Author: Gourse, Leslie Publisher: Aladdin Paperbacks Location: New York : Subject: General Subject: Women Subject: Juvenile literature Subject: Indians of north america Subject: Biography & Autobiography - Historical Subject: Children's 9-12 - Biography / Autobiography Subject: History - United States/Colonial & Revolutionary Subject: United States - State & Local Subject: Children's 4-8 - Biography / Autobiography Subject: Biography & Autobiography - Ethnic Subject: Pocahontas, d. 1617 Subject: Powhatan women Subject: Jamestown (Va.) History. Subject: Powhatan Indians. Subject: Jamestown Subject: ographical / United States Subject: Biography & Autobiography - Cultural Heritage Subject: Women -- Biography. Subject: Indians of North America -- Biography. Subject: Children s Young Adult-Biography Copyright: 1996 Edition Number: 1 Edition Description: B102 Series: Childhood of Famous Americans Paperback Series Volume: 166 Publication Date: August 1996 Binding: TRADE PAPER Grade Level: from 4 up to 6 Language: English Illustrations: Yes Pages: 192 Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.25 in 4.27 oz Age Level: 08-12
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