|aPocahontas Powhatan Opechancanough :|bthree Indian lives changed by Jamestown /|cby Helen C. Rountree.
|aCharlottesville :|bUniversity of Virginia Press,|c2006, c2005.
|axii, 292 p. :|bill., maps ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 271-280) and index.
|aSetting the scene -- The VIP lifestyle -- Introducing the chiefly family -- Expanding his dominions -- Watching from a distance -- Meeting a captive Englishman -- The alliance's creaky beginning -- Allies who did not behave like allies -- The breakdown of the alliance -- Contain them, then let them starve -- Return with a vengeance -- Hostage situation, with an unusual denouement -- Interview with a wily old man -- Pocahontas in England -- Unofficially in control -- The Great Assault of 1622 -- A war of attrition, including an English massacre -- Running out of time.