Captain Argall takes Pocahontas on board his ship
Many of the illustrations that accompanied written accounts of Virginia were not realistic representations, but rather artistic interpretations. This print merged events from 1613 and 1614. In the front, Pocahontas is shown being deceived into boarding the ship of the English captain, Argall, where she was held hostage. In the background, events of March 1614 can be seen. After English offers to exchange Pocahontas for captives and weapons were met with a lukewarm response, English ships moved up the York River, attacking an Native American village.
2709 x 3600 pixels
Print Size @ 300 dpi
9 x 12 inches / 23 x 30 cm
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