Baptism of Pocahontas by Chapman
Baptism of Pocahontas, by John Gadsby Chapman. Image date: ca. 1840. In a scene believed to have happened ca. 1613, Pocohontas is given the name Rebecca in an Anglican baptism ceremony conducted by Alexander Whiteaker in Jamestown, Virginia. Also shown are her husband, John Rolfe, her brother Nantequaus, and other family members and colonists.
Image ID: 001289
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Image size: 16.1 Mpixels (46.1 MB uncompressed) - 4937x3263 pixels (16.4x10.8 in / 41.8x27.6 cm at 300 ppi)
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