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Clifford, Mary Louise.
Gretna, LA : Pelican, 1993.
IL 5-8 RL 7.5 .
ISBN 1565546466
Cockacoeske is the queen of the Pamunkey tribe. She tells her people the tale of what life was like when when the white man arrived in Virginia. Cockacoeske tells of meetings between the Spaniards and the people of the Powhatan tribe. John Smith, John Rolfe and Pocahontas all play a part in the Native American history. The spread of the "white man's fever" among the Native Americans is told through the tale of two young lovers. Hear the story of the settlement of Virginia told from the perspective of a Native American.
SUBJECTS:     Pamunkey Indians -- Fiction
                        Indians of North America -- Virginia -- Fiction


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