This 1612 map by John Smith outlines the locations and names of Indian tribes throughout the Virginia and Chesapeake Bay areas. It displays over 200 Native American town names, and the waterways he accessed during his trip. This map was relevant for other explorers for up to a century after. Many of the old town names are still in use today.John Smith established Jamestown in Virginia in 1607 in efforts to secure riches and find a navigation route to the Pacific. Shortly after, he was captured by Powhatan Indians and taken to meet their chief. Upon arrival, the chief’s daughter, Pocahontas, threw herself over him, and his life was spared.