Freitag, 14. Februar 2020

The Story of Pocahontas and Captain John Smith told and pictured by E. Boyd Smith

Elmer Boyd Smith (May 31, 1860 – October 5, 1943) was an American writer and illustrator of children's books and painter.
Smith was born in Saint John, New Brunswick and studied art in Paris with Gustave Boulanger and Jules Joseph Lefebvre at the Académie Julian from 1881 to 1884, and also with H. Lefort for several years. In the early 1900s he moved to Wilton, Connecticut, where he spent the remainder of his life. He illustrated more than seventy books for both adults and children, beginning with My Village in 1896, written while he was living in France. His first children's book was The Story of Noah's Ark in 1905.


1. Pocohontas

 2. John Smith

 3. How Captain John Smith won his spurs

4. Strange tales of a strange poeple

5. The coming of the white man

6. The landing of the colonists - 1607

7. The ambush

8. Battle with the Indians

9. Captain John Smith a prisner

10. The dance of victory

11-12 Pocohontas saves Captain John Smith's life

13. Captain John Smith again free

14. Pocohontas brings food to the colonists

15. Captain John Smith goes in search of corn

16. Pocohontas's warning

17. Captain John Smith sails for England

18. Pocohontas is captured by Argall

19. Marriage of  Pocohontas

20. The landing of Pocohontas in England

21, 22. Pocohontas at the court of James the First

23. The meeting of Pocohontas and  Captain John Smith

24. Captain John Smith goes to sea again

25. Pocohontas longs for home

26. The end of the story of Pocohontas

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