A Forgotten Day and a Forgotten Hero

Tooley, Mark
March 2002
Human Events;3/25/2002, Vol. 58 Issue 12, p13
Discusses the Great Massacre of March 1622 in Virginia. Story of the massacre and the circumstances behind it; Details of how Chanco, a Pamunkey tribesman save the Virginia colony; Background of the relations between Virginia colonists and the tribal people.


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