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 What tribe did Pocahontas belong to?

Answer Pocahontas was a member of the Powhatans, one of the Algonquian tribes. Born around 1595, she was the daughter of Powhatan, chief of the Powhatan confederacy of tribes. Pocahontas died in Gravesend... Read More »
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What did Pocahontas change her name to?

In 1612, the English captured Pocahontas. Not long after, she met John Rolfe, who would become her husband two years later. After her marriage, Pocahontas adopted the English name "Rebecca" and too... Read More »
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What Made Pocahontas Famous?

Fictionalized and romanticized stories of Pocahontas, the "Indian Princess," are common throughout American literature and cinema. Historians often debate the true story and accounts of Pocahontas ... Read More »
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Why is Pocahontas famous?

Captain John Smith claims in his autobiography that Pocahontas saved his life, a story that historians still debate. Even if Captain Smith's story is a legend, Pocahontas is famous for saving the l... Read More »
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About Pocahontas?

Many know Pocahontas' name, but not her history. Nevertheless, the tale of Pocahontas has become an enduring legend in American history. And yet, as much as her story was told, her own history fell... Read More »
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