Most of us are familiar with the story surrounding Pocahontas’s journey from colonial Virginia to metropolitan London. But Pocahontas was just one of hundreds of Indigenous people who travelled-voluntarily or coercively-to London from the 16th century to today. Historian Coll Thrush traces these stories in his new book, “Indigenous London: Native Travelers at the Heart of Empire,” which is BookStory’s first selection! Join us on Facebook as we read and discuss these fascinating stories!
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