Pocahontas

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  • John Smith’s “True Relation” (Edited in 1624)
  • Disney’s Pocahontas (1995)
  • Pocahontas  Historical Question Did Pocahontas save John?
  • John Smith’s “True Relation” (Published in 1608)
  • My claim is that she didn't save John
  • John Smith’s “True Relation” (Edited in 1624): Yes she did
  • Disney: Yes she did
  • Pocahontas  Historical Question Did Pocahontas save John?
  • John Smith’s “True Relation” (Published in 1608): No she didn't
  • My claim is that she didn't save John
  • In John’s journal it tells about what really happened. Pocahontas’ dad was never about to kill John, disney made that up so that more people would watch the movie. So therefor the two sources conflicted with each other because the historical question was did Pocahontas save John and both sources have different opinions. In a historical viewpoint John’s letter is way more reliable because it was a primary source, and it told what really happened. John said “...the emperor welcomed me with good words and great platters of food. He promised me his friendship and my freedom within four days...”
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