Pocahontas, Native American chief's daughter who saved John Smith, 1937. Artist: Alexander K MacDonald
Pocahontas. Portrait of the Native American chief's daughter who saved John Smith, leader of the Virginia colonists, from being executed by her father, Powhatan, in 1607. Afterwards, she married one of the English colonists, John Rolfe. She then travelled to England to visit the Court of King James I, but died soon afterwards of smallpox. From an original drawing by A. K. Macdonald. From the John Player & Sons cigarette card series 'Famous Beauties', 1937. (Photo by Print Collector/Getty Images)
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01 January, 1935
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