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"America was the place Smith had dreamed of his whole life.There, his character, determination, and ambition had propelled him to the top of society. He spent the rest of his life trying to return. Though he failed, he pointed the way for others, who were drawn by the dream that opportunity was here for anyone who dared seize it . . . Smith founded more than a colony. He gave birth to the American dream." --from Captain John Smith Captain John Smith tells the real story behind the swashbuckling character who founded the Jamestown colony, wrote the first book in English in America, and cheated death many times by a mere hairbreadth. Based on rich primary sources, including Smith's own writings and newly discovered material, this enlightening book explores Smith's early days, his forceful leadership at Jamestown that was so critical to its survival, and his efforts upon his return to England to continue settlements in America. This unique volume also reveals the truth behind Smith's relationship with Pocahontas, a tale that history has greatly distorted. Bringing to life heroic deeds and dramatic escapes as well as moments of great suffering and hardship, Captain John Smith serves as a great testament to this important historical figure. Captain John Smith: Jamestown and the Birth of the American Dream Hoobler, Thomas / Hoobler, Dorothy, John Wiley & Sons

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America was the place Smith had dreamed of his whole life.There, his character, determination, and ambition had propelled him to the top of society. He spent the rest of his life trying to return. Though he failed, he pointed the way for others, who were drawn by the dream that opportunity was here for anyone who dared seize it . . . Smith founded more than a colony. He gave birth to the American dream.--from Captain John SmithCaptain John Smith tells the real story behind the swashbuckling character who founded the Jamestown colony, wrote the first book in English in America, and cheated death many times by a mere hairbreadth. Based on rich primary sources, including Smith's own writings and newly discovered material, this enlightening book explores Smith's early days, his forceful leadership at Jamestown that was so critical to its survival, and his efforts upon his return to England to continue settlements in America. This unique volume also reveals the truth behind Smith's relationship with Pocahontas, a tale that history has greatly distorted. Bringing to life heroic deeds and dramatic escapes as well as moments of great suffering and hardship, Captain John Smith serves as a great testament to this important historical figure. 17th century,adventurers and explorers,americas,biographies,colonial period,historical,history,humanities,modern (16th-21st centuries),specific groups Humanities, Wiley

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Jamestown and the Birth of the American Dream Timed for the 400th anniversary of Jamestown- a fresh look at its most important leader Captain John Smith helped found Jamestown in 1607 and was the colony' s first leading figure. Drawing on primary sources and new archeological findings, this spirited history brings to life Smith' s years at Jamestown, demythologizing his relationship with Pocahontas and examining how his hard-nosed leadership helped the colony survive and thrive in its early years. The book also describes Smith' s swashbuckling earlier adventures- he sailed with a pirate ship in the Mediterranean, fought against the Turkish invaders of Eastern Europe, was sold into slavery and escaped- as well as his later expedition to map the coast of New England. Thomas Hoobler and Dorothy Hoobler (New York, NY) are the authors of the ten-volume American Family Album series, which was acclaimed by the New York Times and Newsday. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-470-12820-6, John Wiley & Sons

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Timed for the 400th anniversary of Jamestown- a fresh look at its most important leader Captain John Smith helped found Jamestown in 1607 and was the colony' s first leading figure. Drawing on primary sources and new archeological findings, this spirited history brings to life Smith' s years at Jamestown, demythologizing his relationship with Pocahontas and examining how his hard-nosed leadership helped the colony survive and thrive in its early years. The book also describes Smith' s swashbuckling earlier adventures- he sailed with a pirate ship in the Mediterranean, fought against the Turkish invaders of Eastern Europe, was sold into slavery and escaped- as well as his later expedition to map the coast of New England. Thomas Hoobler and Dorothy Hoobler (New York, NY) are the authors of the ten-volume American Family Album series, which was acclaimed by the New York Times and Newsday.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780470128206
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0470128208
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: John Wiley & Sons
274 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,372 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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