Simon Van de Passe, Pocahontas (1624). Courtesy of the British Library.

Antonio Capellano, Preservation of Captain Smith by Pocahontas, 1606 (1825). Courtesy of Architect of the Capitol.

John Gadsby Chapman, Baptism of Pocahontas (1840). Courtesy of Architect of the Capitol.

New Eng. Chromo. Lith. Co.., Pocahontas saving the life of Capt. John Smith (1870). Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
Strassberg, San Diego, 3/4 lgth., portrait of young woman wearing Indian costume, autographed "Greetings to Mr. Barrett from Pocahontas of the ground-breaking celebration, San Diego, 1911" (1911). Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
William Ordway Partridge, Pocahontas Statue (1922). Courtesy of the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities.
Paula Gunn Allen, "POCAHONTAS TO HER ENGLISH HUSBAND, JOHN ROLFE," FROM LIFE IS A FATAL DISEASE: COLLECTED POEMS 1962-1995 (1978-1979) Copyright © 1997 by Paula Gunn Allen. Reprinted with permission of West End Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Walt Disney Productions, Still from Disney movie "Pocahontas" showing Pocahontas and Captain John Smith (1995). Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures / PhotoFest.