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By the mid-19th century, Captain John Smith, the early Colonial expolorer and settler, was a well-known figure in American history. The story of how, in 1607, the Powhatan princess Pocaho… Mehr…

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Did Pocahontas Save Captain John Smith?

By the mid-19th century, Captain John Smith, the early Colonial expolorer and settler, was a well-known figure in American history. The story of how, in 1607, the Powhatan princess Pocahontas saved from execution by her tribe appeared in all the standard American histories. Numerous plays, novels and poems were devoted to the episode. Starting in the 1860s, however, scholars began to question Smith's published accounts of the Pocahontas incident, and a controversy ensued, with Henry Adams becoming Smith's most famous detractor. Today many scholars continue to regard Smith as a vainglorious braggart who lied about his rescue. "Did Pocahontas Save Captain John Smith?" is an analysis of the historiography of this debate. Examining the primary and secondary evidence J.A. Leo Lemay aims to demonstrate that the incident did in fact occur. As Lemay notes, Adams' case against Smith (first published in 1867) hinged primarily on the fact that Smith's earliest accounts of his experiences in Virginia made no references to Pocahontas' intervention. It was not until 1624 that Smith published the well-known account of his rescue by Pocahontas. Following Adams and others who attacked Smith, a Hungarian scholar asserted in 1890 that Smith had also bragged and lied about his experiences in eastern Europe during the Hungarian wars against the Turks. This claim added fuel to the general scepticism about Smith's veracity as an historical reporter. Scholarly findings in the 20th century rehabilitated Smith's reputation somewhat by showing that the descriptions of the places and battles he had witnessed during his European adventures were accurate. Still, many felt that no convincing evidence existed to prove the Pocahontas story. A valuable rebuttal to Adams had been published by William Wirt Henry in 1875, but it was largely ignored and forgotten. As he re-evaluates the evidence, Lemay deduces that many old Virginia hands could have learned the story only from the Powhatan Indians. Moreover, even Smith's enemies - who were in a position to refute his story - never expressed doubt that Pocahontas had saved the Captain. The Reverend Samuel Purchas, who interviewed the Virginia colonists and the Indians who visited England, believed and repeated Smith's description of the incident. Finally, according to Lemay, Henry Adams' original attack on Smith was actually written during the Civil War as a South-baiting polemic and suppresses pertinent evidence. A tightly argued study, "Did Pocahontas Save Captain John Smith?" not only refutes the outright sceptics, it reverses the prevailing judgement that the truth will never be known.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780820314617
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0820314617
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1992
Herausgeber: Univ of Georgia Pr

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ISBN/EAN: 0820314617

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