Captain John Smith

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English explorer who helped found the colony at Jamestown, Virginia

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Similarly, there is the story of how Captain John Smith was saved by Pocahontas.
Captain John Smith, a son of Hernando, who covers predominantly as a Flat stallion but who has produced some top jumpers like Grand National fourth State Of Play, is raced, just as Lady Rebecca was, by the Kinnersley Optimists.
In the summer of 1608, Captain John Smith and his crew of 14 stepped off the edge of their maps, becoming the first Europeans to explore this estuary.
The Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail is a winding 3,000-mile route that retraces John Smith's 1608 explorations around the Chesapeake Bay and its major tributaries.
Captain John Smith (Colin Farrell) arrives in disgrace on the shores of the New World, but he is pardoned and soon rises to lead the English settlers of what will eventually be Jamestown, Virginia.
On Thursday, July 26, the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office will deploy its third "smart buoy" as part of the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail -- the nation's first water-based national historic trail and newest national park.
As a child, Pocahontas knew the 17th-century English settlers in Virginia, and she became close to Captain John Smith, who had been adopted by her father.
Mrs Glynis Grainger gave an interesting talk on Pocahontas and Captain John Smith.
South Africa captain John Smith said: "We mustn't forget that England had a tough week with the virus that ran through their camp.
We hear Captain John Smith (Colin Farrell) thinking: "To love her in the wild, forget the name of Smith.
Jamestown's leader, Captain John Smith, wanted to improve relations with the Powhatan Indians.
When birds take flight in "The New World," we feel something important is taking place, but the director's constant use of interior monologue in scenes between Pocahontas (Q'orianka Kilcher) and Captain John Smith (Colin Farrell) becomes tiresomely arty.
This is a reworking of the story of Pocahontas (Q'Orianka Kilcher) and English captain John Smith (Colin Farrell).
Captain John Smith, in his True Travels and Adventures, following perhaps on the model of Sinbad, claimed to have been the object of first a "Turkish" and then a North African maiden's desire, before Pocahontas ever set eyes on him.