This 1922 statue of Pocahontas stands outside the fort at Jamestown Island. As you can see, her hands are often held during photo shoots with tourists as they are shiny rather than tarnished green.
She was born in about 1595. Captain John Smith credits her with twice saving his life. While she was a frequent guest in 1608, before tensions grew, in 1613 she was kidnapped and held at Jamestown. In 1614, she married John Rolfe which helped relations between the Native Americans and settlers. She died in England in 1617 and is buried at St. George's Church in Gravesend, England.