Love and Hate in Jamestown

Love and Hate in Jamestown

This is a superb work of history, reminding us of the horrors and heroism that marked the dawning of our nation.

Author: David A. Price

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9780307426703

Category: History

Page: 320

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A New York Times Notable Book and aSan Jose Mercury News Top 20 Nonfiction Book of 2003In 1606, approximately 105 British colonists sailed to America, seeking gold and a trade route to the Pacific. Instead, they found disease, hunger, and hostile natives. Ill prepared for such hardship, the men responded with incompetence and infighting; only the leadership of Captain John Smith averted doom for the first permanent English settlement in the New World.The Jamestown colony is one of the great survival stories of American history, and this book brings it fully to life for the first time. Drawing on extensive original documents, David A. Price paints intimate portraits of the major figures from the formidable monarch Chief Powhatan, to the resourceful but unpopular leader John Smith, to the spirited Pocahontas, who twice saved Smith’s life. He also gives a rare balanced view of relations between the settlers and the natives and debunks popular myths about the colony. This is a superb work of history, reminding us of the horrors and heroism that marked the dawning of our nation. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Categories: History

The Shipwreck That Saved Jamestown

The Shipwreck That Saved Jamestown

See also Price, Love and Hate in Jamestown, 124; and Kelso, Jamestown, 22–27
. 9. Ralph Hamor, A True Discourse of the Present Estate of Virginia, and the
Success of the Affairs there till the 18 of June, 1614; together with a Relation of
the ...

Author: Lorri Glover

Publisher: Henry Holt and Company

ISBN: 1429930969

Category: History

Page: 336

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A freshly researched account of the dramatic rescue of the Jamestown settlers The English had long dreamed of colonizing America, especially after Sir Francis Drake brought home Spanish treasure and dramatic tales from his raids in the Caribbean. Ambitions of finding gold and planting a New World colony seemed within reach when in 1606 Thomas Smythe extended overseas trade with the launch of the Virginia Company. But from the beginning the American enterprise was a disaster. Within two years warfare with Indians and dissent among the settlers threatened to destroy Smythe's Jamestown just as it had Raleigh's Roanoke a generation earlier. To rescue the doomed colonists and restore order, the company chose a new leader, Thomas Gates. Nine ships left Plymouth in the summer of 1609—the largest fleet England had ever assembled—and sailed into the teeth of a storm so violent that "it beat all light from Heaven." The inspiration for Shakespeare's The Tempest, the hurricane separated the flagship from the fleet, driving it onto reefs off the coast of Bermuda—a lucky shipwreck (all hands survived) which proved the turning point in the colony's fortune.
Categories: History

Jamestown Colony

Jamestown Colony

Presents a history of the British colony, covering such aspects as daily life, politics, economics, important historical figures, and the native American tribes that interacted with the colonists.

Author: Frank E. Grizzard

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781851096374

Category: History

Page: 448

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Presents a history of the British colony, covering such aspects as daily life, politics, economics, important historical figures, and the native American tribes that interacted with the colonists.
Categories: History

Digging the Past

Digging the Past

On the poisoning, see Price, Love and Hate in Jamestown, 218; Alden T.
Vaughan, “'Expulsion of the Salvages': English Policy and the Virginia Massacre
of 1622,” William and Mary Quarterly 35, no. 1 (January 1978): 57–84, esp. 77;
and ...

Author: Frances E. Dolan

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812297218

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 280

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A detailed study of seventeenth century farming practices and their relevance for today We are today grappling with the consequences of disastrous changes in our farming and food systems. While the problems we face have reached a crisis point, their roots are deep. Even in the seventeenth century, Frances E. Dolan contends, some writers and thinkers voiced their reservations, both moral and environmental, about a philosophy of improvement that rationalized massive changes in land use, farming methods, and food production. Despite these reservations, the seventeenth century was a watershed in the formation of practices that would lead toward the industrialization of agriculture. But it was also a period of robust and inventive experimentation in what we now think of as alternative agriculture. This book approaches the seventeenth century, in its failed proposals and successful ventures, as a resource for imagining the future of agriculture in fruitful ways. It invites both specialists and non-specialists to see and appreciate the period from the ground up. Building on and connecting histories of food and work, literary criticism of the pastoral and georgic, histories of elite and vernacular science, and histories of reading and writing practices, among other areas of inquiry, Digging the Past offers fine-grained case studies of projects heralded as innovations both in the seventeenth century and in our own time: composting and soil amendment, local food, natural wine, and hedgerows. Dolan analyzes the stories seventeenth-century writers told one another in letters, diaries, and notebooks, in huge botanical catalogs and flimsy pamphlets, in plays, poems, and how-to guides, in adages and epics. She digs deeply to assess precisely how and with what effect key terms, figurations, and stories galvanized early modern imaginations and reappear, often unrecognized, on the websites and in the tour scripts of farms and vineyards today.
Categories: Literary Criticism



The Powhatan Culture and the Jamestown Colony Lisa Sita ... Preservation of
Virginia Antiquities, Jamestown Rediscovery: Essential
Documents in American History, Essential ... Price, David A. Love and Hate in

Author: Lisa Sita

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 1404226532

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 112

View: 433

Traces the life of Pocahontas and looks at the role she played in the realtionship between the Powhatan Indians and the English settlers.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Empires Of The Crab

Empires Of The Crab

There is also some level of support for the early appearance of Jamestown
colonists in the area of Hoopers Island. ... Barren Island was originally 6500
acres and was patented 15 Love and Hate in Jamestown, Price. to Richard
Preston by ...

Author: Dale Cathell

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1467096334

Category: Fiction

Page: 408

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Early in the last century a boy, Ivy Flowers, swam across Tar Bay to Hoopers Island to see a girl. In time, Shirley Flowers was born of the union that began with that swim. During the same period, Captain Augustus Elsworth Phillips, Jr. was the captain of the cargo schooner, McCready. In her aft-cabin a boy, Brice Phillips would be conceived. Brice Phillips and Shirley Flowers would marry and have two sons, Steve and Jeffrey. With the family’s Hoopers Island packing plant as a base, the Phillips would create a worldwide empire based upon their relationship with the crab. This is the story of that family. It is also the story of the Empires of the Crab.
Categories: Fiction

More Than One Ancestry

More Than One Ancestry

A Land As God Made It: Jamestown and the Birth ofAmerica. New York: Perseus
Books Group, 2005. McDaniel, Melissa. The Powhatan Indians. New York:
Chelsea House Publishers, 1996. Price, David A. Love and Hate in Jamestown.

Author: Marion T. Lane

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 9781612043647

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 36

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In this historical fiction book, a family historian tells his great-grandson about their family's Powhatan Indian and African American ancestry.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

The White Other in American Intermarriage Stories 1945 2008

The    White Other    in American Intermarriage Stories  1945   2008

Print. Pratt, MaryLouise. Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing andTransculturation. New
York: Routledge, 2008. Print. Price, David A.Love and Hate in Jamestown: John
Smith, Pocahontas, and the Startofa NewNation. New York:Vintage Books, 2003.

Author: L. Cardon

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137295132

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 253

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Fictional depictions of intermarriage can illuminate perceptions of both 'ethnicity' and 'whiteness' at any given historical moment. Popular examples such as Lucy and Ricky in I Love Lucy (1951-1957), Joanna and John in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967), Toula and Ian in My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) helped raise questions about national identity: does 'American' mean 'white' or a blending of ethnicities? Building on previous studies by scholars of intermarriage and identity, this study is an ambitious endeavor to discern the ways in which literature and films from the 1960s through 2000s rework nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century intermarriage tropes. Unlike earlier stories, these narratives position the white partner as the 'other' and serve as useful frameworks for assessing ethnic and American identity. Lauren S. Cardon sheds new light on ethno-racial solidarity and the assimilation of different ethnicities into American dominant culture.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Reading Like a Historian

Reading Like a Historian

In journalist David Price's book, Love and Hate in Jamestown: John Smith,
Pocahontas, and the Heart of a New Nation, you will find what the title suggests:
a romantic tale of Smith and Pocahontas where she is attracted to the older
traveler ...

Author: Sam Wineburg

Publisher: Teachers College Press

ISBN: 9780807772379

Category: Education

Page: 168

View: 987

This practical resource shows you how to apply Sam Wineburgs highly acclaimed approach to teaching, "Reading Like a Historian," in your middle and high school classroom to increase academic literacy and spark students curiosity. Chapters cover key moments in American history, beginning with exploration and colonization and ending with the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Categories: Education

Richmond Noir

Richmond Noir

... James Branch Cabell and Richmond-in-Virginia by Edgar MacDonald; The Air-
Conditioned Nightmare by Henry Miller; The Book of Numbers by Robert Deane
Pharr; Love and Hate in Jamestown: John Smith, Pocahontas, and the Heart of ...

Author: Andrew Blossom

Publisher: Akashic Books

ISBN: 9781936070770

Category: Fiction

Page: 250

View: 640

The River City emerges as a hot spot for unseemly noir in this anthology with a foreword by New York Times–bestselling author Tom Robbins. A rich literary tradition sets the stage for this talented group of authors who take their inspiration from Virginia’s capital city. Edgar Allan Poe has left his mark on the atmospheric town, giving its residents a taste for walking on the dark side. It’s no wonder that three local writers took it upon themselves to curate this moody and menacing collection, featuring stories by Dean King, Laura Browder, Howard Owen, Yazmina Beverly, Tom De Haven, X.C. Atkins, Meagan J. Saunders, Anne Thomas Soffee, Clint McCown, Conrad Ashley Persons, Clay McLeod Chapman, Pir Rothenberg, David L. Robbins, Hermine Pinson, and Dennis Danvers. “[Fifteen] gritty and ominous tales . . . The writing of Poe—who grew up and forged a literary reputation in Richmond, and is usually credited with inventing the detective story—may have set the stage for the town’s kiss-me-deadly tradition.” —Richmond Times-Dispatch
Categories: Fiction

The Sea Mark

The Sea Mark

Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1986. Published. Works. about.
John. Smith. Price, David A. Love & Hate in Jamestown: John Smith,. Adams,
Randolph G. “Notes on the Engraved Portraits of Captain John Smith.

Author: Russell M. Lawson

Publisher: University Press of New England

ISBN: 9781611687170

Category: History

Page: 240

View: 348

The first complete narrative history of Captain John Smith's exploration of the New England coast
Categories: History

Virginia Libraries

Virginia Libraries

Love and Hate in Jamestown adds little new information on the early days of the
Virginia colony , but it is readable and serves as a good introduction to the
characters and events of the day . Price's John Smith and Pocahontas are crucial
to the ...



ISBN: UVA:X030053163



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Public Library Core Collection

Public Library Core Collection

19 Peck , M . S . The road less traveled Richardson , B . L . What mama couldn ' t
tell us about love 158 Love & survival . Ornish , D . 616 . 1 Love against hate .
Menninger , K . A . 150 . 19 Love and hate in Jamestown . Price , D . 975 . 5 Love

Author: John Greenfieldt

Publisher: Hw Wilson Company

ISBN: 0824210948

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 1856

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Wilson's Public Library Core Collection: Nonfiction (13th Edition, 2008) recommends reference and nonfiction books for the general adult audience. It is a guide to over 9,000 books (over 6,500 titles are new to this edition), plus review sources and other professional aids for librarians and media specialists. Acquisitions librarians, reference librarians and cataloguers can all use this reliable guide to building and maintaining a well-rounded collection of the most highly recommended reference and nonfiction books for adults. All titles are selected by librarians, editors, advisors, and nominators-all of them experts in public library services. The collection is a valuable tool for collection development and maintenance, reader's advisory, weeding your collection, and curriculum support. Richly enhanced records provide a wealth of useful information. All entries include complete bibliographic data as well as price, subject headings, annotations, grade level, Dewey classification, cover art, and quotations from reviews. Many entries also list awards, best-book lists, and starred reviews. Save Time: Efficiently organised and includes ""Starred"" titles Save Money: Allocate your resources to the best materials available Stay Relevant: Discover the best in important, contemporary categories Complete Coverage: Includes recommendations on periodicals and electronic resources, too Four-Year Subscription This Core Collection was originally sold as a four-year subscription. The core edition, published in 2008, delivers a library-bound volume with an extensive, selective list of recommended books. From 2009 to 2011 Wilson published extensive paperback supplements to the 2008 edition. A new cycle of materials will begin in 2012. However, the 2008 to 2011 materials are currently available. Buyers of them will receive all these materials immediately. All four years are only $420. Uniquely Valuable There is nothing quite like Wilson Core Collections. The accumulated expertise of our selectors, and the unquestioned reputation of these collections, is invaluable. Wilson Core Collections are universally recognised as impartial and expert aids to collection development that assist and reinforce the judgement of librarians everywhere. Selection to a Wilson Core Collection is strong support to any challenged purchase. Contemporary Relevance This Core Collection includes broad updates in the areas of crafts; terrorism, and international security; environment and global warming; diseases and medicine; and religion, plus other contemporary topics that keep the library's collection as current as today's headlines. Other Key Features Classified Catalogue - A list arranged by Dewey Decimal Classification, with complete cataloguing information for each book. Author, Title, Subject and Analytical Index - An in-depth key to the information in Classified Catalogue-including author and title analytics for works contained in anthologies and collections. Richly enhanced records provide complete bibliographic data, price, subject headings, descriptive annotations, grade level, Dewey classification, evaluative quotations from a review, when available. Listing works published in the United States, or published in Canada or the United Kingdom and distributed in the United States, Public Library Core Collection: Nonfiction features extensive revisions in the areas of health, science and technology, personal finance, sports, cooking and gardening, and handicrafts. Biography, poetry and literary criticism continue to receive comprehensive treatment. Reference works in all subject fields are included.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

School Library Journal

School Library Journal

PRICE , David A . Love and Hate in Jamestown : John Smith , Pocahontas , and
the High School Start of a New Nation . Vintage . 2005 . pap . $ 14 . 95 . ISBN 1 -
4000 - 3172 - 9 . FICTION Gr 9 Up - The title is a bit misleading only because it ...



ISBN: UOM:49015003141752

Category: Children's libraries


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Categories: Children's libraries

Pocahontas Powhatan Opechancanough

Pocahontas  Powhatan  Opechancanough

The Powhatans were a nonliterate people, so we have had to rely until now on the white settlers for our conceptions of the Jamestown experiment. This book at last reconstructs the other side of the story."--BOOK JACKET.

Author: Helen C. Rountree

Publisher: University of Virginia Press

ISBN: 0813925967

Category: History

Page: 292

View: 701

"Writing from an ethnohistorical perspective that looks as much to anthropology as to the written record, Rountree draws a portrait of Powhatan life in which the land and the seasons governed life and the English were seen not as heroes but as tassantassas (strangers), as invaders, even as squatters. The Powhatans were a nonliterate people, so we have had to rely until now on the white settlers for our conceptions of the Jamestown experiment. This book at last reconstructs the other side of the story."--BOOK JACKET.
Categories: History

Captain John Smith

Captain John Smith

Jamestown and the Birth of the American Dream Dorothy Hoobler, Thomas
Hoobler. For Further Reading ... Price , David A . Love and Hate in Jamestown :
John Smith , Pocahontas , and the Heart of a New Nation . New York : Knopf ,
2003 .

Author: Dorothy Hoobler

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UVA:X004900891

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 274

View: 975

Drawing from many primary sources including John Smith's own writings and those of other colonists, gives an account of his life, first in England, then as one of the founders of the Jamestown colony, as well as when he was charged with mutiny on the ship to America.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Book Review Index

Book Review Index



ISBN: UOM:39015066027981

Category: Books


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Every 3d issue is a quarterly cumulation.
Categories: Books

Pocahontas Little Wanton

Pocahontas  Little Wanton

Price , David A . , Love and Hate in Jamestown : John Smith , Pocahontas and
the Heart of a New Nation ( London , 2004 ) . Purchas , Samuel , Purchas his
Pilgrimage ( London , 1613 ) . Purchas , Samuel , Purchas his Pilgrimage (
second ...

Author: Neil Rennie


ISBN: UOM:39015079205616

Category: Jamestown (Va.)

Page: 209

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"Pocahontas - meaning 'Little Wanton' or playful one - is famous for something she may or may not have done four hundred years ago: rescue the English colonist John Smith from execution by her father, Powhatan, the Indian paramount chief of the Virginia area. Pocahontas, Little Wanton investigates the legendary rescue and separates the known facts of her life and death in England from the myths about her. The book then follows the posthumous history of her story, as it is told and retold over the centuries by historians, dramatists, poets, novelists and film-makers who formed her into an American national icon, repeatedly rescuing the colonial Englishman from the indigenous Indian. Pocahontas, Little Wanton is the first book to combine an account of her brief life with the history of her long, ambiguous afterlife, as an American Indian heroine."--pub. desc.
Categories: Jamestown (Va.)

Here Shall I Die Ashore

Here Shall I Die Ashore

... who had about five years before explored the New England coastline , 14
Information on early Jamestown for this section was derived primarily from two
sources : the works of John Smith ; and David A. Price , Love and Hate in
Jamestown ...

Author: Caleb Johnson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: WISC:89096104088

Category: History

Page: 269

View: 457

The story of Stephen Hopkins, an ordinary Englishman whose life included many extraordinary events such as being shipwrecked in the Bermuda Triangle, witnessing famine and abandonment in Jamestown and participating in the marriage of Pocahontas. Stephens also sailed on the Mayflower, helped found Plymouth Colony, signed the Mayflower Compact, hosted Squanto at his house and participated in the first famous Thanksgiving. Genealogical information about early generations of the Hopkins family included.
Categories: History

The Journals of Captain John Smith

The Journals of Captain John Smith

A Jamestown Biography John Smith John Milliken Thompson ... Kupperman ' s
Captain John Smith : A Select Edition of His Writings , David A . Price ' s Love and
Hate in Jamestown , Edward Arber ' s Travels and Works of Captain John Smith ...

Author: Author TBD

Publisher: National Geographic

ISBN: 1426200552

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 229

View: 393

In honor of the four hundredth anniversary of Jamestown, a collection of writings taken from the journals of Captain John Smith limns a detailed portrait of the founding of the Jamestown colony, life in colonial Virginia, his efforts to establish trade relations with local Native Americans, and the real-life facts behind the legend of his relationship with Pocahontas. Original. 10,000 first printing.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography