Pocahontas

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a Powhatan woman (the daughter of Powhatan) who befriended the English at Jamestown and is said to have saved Captain John Smith's life (1595-1617)

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Further attempts to offer a public perception of political sensitivity is evidenced in Disney animated feature films in recent years where, as Jhappan and Stasiulis note in their chapter, "Anglophilia and the Discreet Charm of the English Voice in Disney's Pochahontas Films," attempts have been made to "move beyond the white solipsism and Eurocentrism of previous productions .
One can only imagine how Terrence Malick will handle similar material in his upcoming picture, The New World, which relates the founding of Virginia's Jamestown Settlement in 1607, overlaying history with the legendary romance between British soldier-of-fortune Captain John Smith and Native princess, Pochahontas.
Pochahontas and Mulan introduce them to different cultures, other religions and the notion of sexual equality.
Argall: The True Story of Pochahontas and Captain John Smith.
Lindley Smith, Bank of Tuckerman Cole Martin, Farmers Bank & Trust, Clarksville Ron Jackson, Simmons First Bank of Bentonville Charles Luter, Peoples Bank, Paragould Bill Bowman, McGehee Bank John Jackson, Bank of Pochahontas Randy Sims, First State Bank, Conway Judy Loving, The Bank of Yellville David Barlett, Alliance Bank of Hot Springs John Ross, Diamond State Bank, Murfeesboro French Hill, Delta Trust & Banking Corp.