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Pocahontas

Parent Category: Algonquian Indians
The story of Pocahontas, the beloved daughter of Powhatan, has been enjoyed by schoolchildren for generations. Stories handed down in books and Disney's largely fictionalized version of the maiden have made her famous and larger than life. This category is to separate fact from fiction about Pocahontas, Powhatan, John Rolfe and, of course, John Smith.
There is no certain information about the history of Pocahontas. We don't know if she had a romantic relationship with John Smith. Could he be called pocahontas's boyfriend? There is a notion about a man from her own tribe, captain Kocoum, that she was married to. Then finally there's John Rolfe,...
She was the first of her kind to sail to England and she stood up to her father, the chief of their tribe. She also protected the English from her father.
her theme song was i wanna girl
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A SYMBOL FOR POCAHONTAS WOULD BE PEACE  and cheese eating
It is Pocahontas.And because she was the first Native American to marry an English Settler.
She brought people together by being the first Native American to marry an English Settler.
She was born in Werowocomoco, Virginia.
colours "of the wind" yay nay hey ho?
no Pocahontas did not go to school
Pocahontas helped others by giving food, and fresh water. She also married John Rolfe made peace.
she belonged to the tikitikiwompoms
she married john Rolfe and was the daughter of Chief PowhatanShe moved to Virgina with him
yes, he is real cause he wrote a book about Pocahontas and Pocahontas saved him
When Pocahontas was older, she was a celebrity in England. She met the king and queen of England and was treated as a royal. At the age around 21 or 22, Pocahontas became sick and died.
Pocahontas was the youngest daughter of the mighty Indian king Powathan. So that makes her a princess.
Pocahontas was famous for saving John Smith's life. She was also known for being a peacemaker because she created peace between the Indians and the English for at least eight years.
When her tribe was about to club John Smith to death, Pocahontas held Smith's head in her arms and begged her father to spare his life. Because Pocahontas was Powhatan's favorite daughter, he spared Smith's life.
whats a interesting fact about the powhatans
During her stay in Henricus, Pocahontas met John Rolfe. They were married on April 5, 1614, and lived for two years on Rolfe's plantation, Varina Farms, which was located across the James River from the new community of Henricus. They had a child, Thomas Rolfe, born on January 30, 1615.
itis climbing trees and running in races
They demonstrated that some natural events are predictable.
Pocahontas was born in or around the year 1595. She died in  March 17, 1617.
He was born in 12345678978 XD
King Edward Vl Grammar school
John Smith and his colony wanted to find Gold for the King (many people think) on his travel.
circa 1595-about. Died in March 1617, Gravesend, England
Captain John Smith died in London on June 21, 1631. He is buried in St. Sepulchre's Church.
In the 'Pocahontas' Disney movie, Chief Powhatan was about to execute John Smith, but Pocahontas saved him by throwing herself in the way of the weapon, causing the Chief to stop.
Her mother Helena was a christian, she was very close to her only son Constantine, who had a deep regard and affection for her.Posible he become a crhistian because of her mother, the most important event that came out of this conversion was the stablishment of freedom of religion in the roman...
Alexander Whitaker, and Anglican Reverend who moved to the United States from England in 1611. He later married Pocahontas to John Rolfe.
yes it is very real, but not like the Disney movie puts it
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pohaton (her father) had guns and captives in order to get these back the English captured pocahontus a the price of 7 captives and all of the guns
No. She did not.He did NOT save Jamestown. He was only there a very few months and he lied about his contribution to the settlement in a book he wrote several years later. He also made up the story about Pocahontas and she died young so couldn't refute his story. The man who did save Jamestown was...
In June of 1606, King James I granted a charter to a group of London entrepreneurs, the Virginia Company, to establish a satellite English settlement in the Chesapeake region of North America. By December, 104 settlers sailed from London instructed to settle Virginia, find gold, and seek a water...
Pocahontas was baptized, christened Rebecca, and later married John Rolfe on April 5, 1614. A general peace and a spirit of goodwill between the English and the Indians resulted from this marriage.
In December 1607 while seeking food along the Chickahominy River, Smith was captured and taken to meet the chief of the Powhatans at Werowocomoco, the main village of the Powhatan Confederacy. The village was on the north shore of the York River about 15 miles due north of Jamestown and 25 miles...
Powhatan people wore very little clothing and young children went naked up to about the age of 10 or 12. Girls then wore a deerskin apron that only covered the front and left the buttocks bare. Since Pocahontas/Matoaka was about this age when she first met Smith it is likely that she wore such an...
Pocahontas major accomplishments
Pocahontas was 12 years old when learned how to catch fish.
she leared how to sow and cook as a child
No, Pocohantas' mother died while giving birth to her
her skin color is tan
thomas rolfe. i think he was 13 when Pocahontas died of smallpox. . .
After Pocahontas saved John, they became friends. I don't think that they were lovers. Pocahontas may have had a little crush because she was 12 and he was an adult.
  == Answer ==   Yes, but why would you want to do that?  Even though she has hurt you, there's really no need for you to retaliate in such a similarly mean fashion. 
she had 10 brothers 20 moms and 9 sisters
"Pocahontas" is set in 1607, just as a new age of exploration has begun.
The story we know is not true. Actually the colonist landed in an area of 14,000 Native Americans and in the worse land in the area. Powhatan pretty much left them alone. I think he figured that they would die from the bad water and disease . He was fairly right. Within 6 months there were only 34...
she saved john rofle's life from being killed many other things Research!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
bome asss pochahantis
They hunted for it? I DON'T KNOW THAT'S WHY I AM ASKING YOU I AM ONLY IN THIRD GRADE I FORGOTEN ABOUT THAT
she became a englishwomen and a christian
No, she did not. She lived in the early 1600's but the first president was not elected until the late 1700's.
  There are many songs including, Colors of the Wind, and Just Around the River Bend
no. she also helped the explorers . vague questions get vague answers
brave intelligent friendly and wise
she fought for her country
they didn't go to school they where to young actually i don't think she had kids
Pocahontas was a peace-maker between her tribe, the Powhatens, and the white men and saved the life of John Smith.
In reality (factual history) there is no tree associated with the  real personage of Pocahontas.    In the fantasy movies and stories about her, her Grandmother is a  Willow tree.
she was fun loving and loved animals
Well she managed to turn many many people into stone.
Smith came to Jamestown in it's second year and did not " go to her land". Jamestown settled on an Native American empire of 14,000 people. They took the land with no respect for the people all ready living there. If the land hadn't been the worse in the area the men of Jamestown most likely would...
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she didn't necessarily have schooling... more like hunting a weaving baskets suff like that. hoped that helped! :)
she didn't marry john smith but she did get married with john rolfe after she got captured by the English people.
Percy, voiced by Danny Mann.
John Smith got injured from a gun powder explosion>
She saved John from getting killed by her dad.
In 1602, he was wounded in a skirmish with the Tatars, then captured and sold as a slave. As Smith himself described it, "we all sold for slaves, like beasts in a market."
Gravesend, England. She died right after she boarded a ship to return to the New World and was buried on the banks of the Thames River, East of London.
"Ummm, I speak Algonquin, not English!"
John Rolfe and Pocahontas married after she became christian  I like fart
He worked at a studio in 1988 where ladies paid money to his "sex company" for heavy duty sex. But they always wore condoms
Rolf Carle's sister name was Katerina. And she was his younger sister and she was special needs.
History of her giving birth by Jayson
They got married and had a baby girl and moved to England.no the answer is wrong. They had a son named Thomas.
yes, John Leyton is married, and has been for over 30 years. He has 2 children, a boy and a girl, now grown up
just one, she had a son named thomas
  they do not believe that John Smiths account of his rescue is true. They actually think that it was a ritual called execution and salvation where they act like they are going to kill someone than a volenteer comes and "saves" that person. I know its a pretty weird ritual!   they do not...
There is a legend in John Smith's Virginia diary recounting a story of Pocahontas stopping his execution.