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Rountree, Helen C.


John Smith's Chesapeake Voyages, 1607-1609
Helen C. Rountree, Wayne E. Clark, and Kent Mountford

Captain John Smith's voyages throughout the new world did not end--or, for that matter, begin--with the trip on which he was captured and brought to the great chief Powhatan. Partly in an effort to map the region, Smith covered countless leagues of the Chesapeake Bay and its many tributary rivers,... More


Pocahontas, Powhatan, Opechancanough
Three Indian Lives Changed by Jamestown Helen C. Rountree

Pocahontas may be the most famous Native American who ever lived, but during the settlement of Jamestown, and for two centuries afterward, the great chiefs Powhatan and Opechancanough were the subjects of considerably more interest and historical documentation than the young woman. It was... More


Eastern Shore Indians of Virginia and Maryland
Helen C. Rountree. with Thomas E. Davidson

Mixing chronological narrative with a full ecological portrait, anthropologists Rountree and Davidson have reconstructed the culture and history of Virginia’s and Maryland’s Eastern Shore Indians from a.d. 800 until the last tribes disbanded in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.