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Amonute Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 5 pictures in our Amonute collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Pocahontas, 1868. Creator: Joseph Mozier
Pocahontas, 1868. Creator: Joseph Mozier
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Cigar Store Pocahontas, c. 1939. Creator: Mary E Humes
Cigar Store Pocahontas, c. 1939. Creator: Mary E Humes
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Pocahontas, after 1616. Creator: Unknown
Pocahontas, after 1616. Creator: Unknown
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Pocahontas, 1616. Creator: Passe, Simon de (um 1595-1647)
Pocahontas, 1616. Creator: Passe, Simon de (um 1595-1647)
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Pocahontas, 1882. Artist: Anonymous
Pocahontas, 1882. Artist: Anonymous
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Pocahontas, 1868. Creator: Joseph Mozier Featured Image

Pocahontas, 1868. Creator: Joseph Mozier

Pocahontas, 1868. Highly romanticised representation of Matoaka, a young Native American princess who was kidnapped by British settlers in Virginia

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