What two short good facts about Pocahontas?
what are two good facts about Pocahontas
Their son's name is Thomas Rolfe. Sad Fact: Pocahontas died when Thomas was only two. I'm doing a book report on Pocahontas, and that's the only way I knew that. And a funny thing, I'm only a 7th grader!! Good luck!!
Disney's Pocahontas is based on a true story and takes significant creative liberties with the facts. Pocahontas was only about 10 or 11 when John Smith arrived in Virginia. She was never romantically linked to him and actually married John Rolfe, a minor character in the Disney film. The story of Pocahontas saving Smith's life by laying her head over his moments before his execution is also hotly debated. His writings (17 years after the… Read More
Two important lessons you can learn from Pocahontas is that not everything is impossible and that you have to have bravery to get things done.
Pocahontas did wear a headdress. It was a headband with beads and a feather or two.
The Double Life of Pocahontas was written by Jean Fritz.
It's called Pocahontas - The Girl Who Lived In Two Worlds
Meeks is called Meeko. Meeko and Percy are from Pocahontas and Pocahontas two. Meeko is the raccoon that hangs about with Pocahontas and Percy is Ratcliffes dog.
there are always two sides of an opinion a bad and a good negative and a positive facts ae not always true.
She had no mother, but she had two fathers
disney phochantas was about two aldults but in real life the man was 28 and phocohantus was 13.
John cabot has two beards and a big butt
To hide their original name from the English.
Walking and running
John smith and idr the other
Insulation in good condition and keeping equipment enclosures on and tight are two things to prevent short circuits. Fuses and breakers do not prevent short circuits. They eliminate damage that could be caused by short circuits.
The two facts are mummification and had a pharaoh queen
Thomas Rolfe, the son of Pocahontas and John Rolfe, was born in Jamestown, Virginia in 1615. Thomas married Elizabeth Washington in 1632, and they had two children, Anne and Jane.
1: California's state nickname is *The Golden State* 2: California's state motto is *Eureka, I have found it* Eureka, means I have found it, in Greek. Those are some interesting facts! Enjoy, get a good grade on your paper. Good Luck!
Historically she had very little effect on history, or the events of her day. It was only after her death that she was given romanticized status through modern (and fanciful) story telling. Most of (if not all of) the stories and books about her, modernly more so, are fanciful tales based on two historical facts (if that) about her relations with the Jamestown Colony. The 1995 Disney version is so far removed from the facts… Read More
You write sentences the way you talk - what would you say about these two facts to a friend? How would you describe these facts?
Something short and sweet, but two syllables. Coco or Kumba!
There are two accepted forms for possessive singular nouns ending in s: Add an apostrophe (') after the existing s at the end of the word: Pocahontas' Add an apostrophe s ('s) after the existing s at the end of the word: Pocahontas's examples: Pocahontas' grave is located in Gravesend, England. Pocahontas's grave is located in Gravesend, England.
Short. Short + er =shorter Wow, that's a really good one.
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Hangovers and blackouts are two good reasons not to abuse alcohol.
She died in England in her English husband - John Rolfe's arm's at the age of twenty-two.
I only know two facts similiar: They both were missing one testicle and they were both dictators (napoleon is good & bad)
You do your research and find out lots of facts about homework. Then, pretend you're just talking to a friend or two and state your case!
Two intreasting facts about Islam are that they look down upon people that can't spell and they don't disclose interesting facts about their religion to anyone.
"Truth" and "Evidence" can be two synonyms for "Facts"
She was the daughter of Chief Powhatan. She was the wife of John Rolfe. Her name was changed after her marriage to Rebecca. Her son's name was Thomas. She was taken to England to meet the monarchy by her husband. She died in England of tuberculosis. John Smith was a good friend of hers. She returned to America often to visit her family. She was taken hostage by European settlers so her people wouldn't attack… Read More
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Why dont those two characters get along
In short no. They arn't a recognised brand. Stick to Burton, thirty-two or similar
A good hair style is two buns at the side of your head a bit like prepelars. Or you can tie your fringe to the side . These are good i have tried them !
1 x 24 = 2410 x 2.4 = 24 are two facts. 1 x 24 = 2410 x 2.4 = 24 are two facts. 1 x 24 = 2410 x 2.4 = 24 are two facts. 1 x 24 = 2410 x 2.4 = 24 are two facts.
There cannot be such a family because of self-reference. It is similar to the Russell paradox (named after Bertrand Russell). As soon as you have a fact family with only two facts, you have added a third fact. The third fact is that is that the fact family had only two facts. That then makes it a family with three facts. Which means it is no longer a fact family with only two facts. So… Read More
Pocahontas and Kanawha Counties are the only two that come to mind.
People heard that two married kings and the others helped people that was dieing
No one. You have two events in history totally combined and they are 200 years apart. Pocahontas was alive in 1609 and was at Jamestown when the first English settlers came. The Louisiana purchase happened in 1806 and it involved the purchase of land from France. Two men name Lewis and Clark explored the new territory for the United States.
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That depends if you mean the real, historic Pocahontas or the fictional, romanticised, sanitised version created by Disney, Hollywood and the tourist industry in the USA. Pocahontas has been consistently misrepresented over the 395 years since her death. Perhaps the most appropriate symbol of that false representation is the Disney animated film of 1995. A suitable symbol of the genuine Pocahontas would be the so-called "Mantle of Powhatan", now in the Ashmolean Museum in England… Read More
Gretchen Wilson (Pocahontas, IL) and Alison Krauss (Champaign, IL) are the only two I know of.
I think it was the English and the Indians tribe... I have a 6 year old cousin. I should know...
Titus was beloved by the Roman people and for the short time he reigned he seemed to have been a good emperor. It is hard to judge either good or bad on a two year rule.
Pocahontas was only 9 years old when she saved smith's life. She was the daughtar of the Cheif. She againsaved Smith's life when she was 10. Tgherre was never any love between the two. Read Blood on the River for more info. hi its kyle zack
Two fameous philosophers. To make a long story short, Locke-People are good Hobbes-People are bad
No one knows what tribe Pocahontas belonged to. Nearly every Powhatan tribe has claimed to be the tribe of Pocahontas at one point or another. Currently, two tribes, the Mattaponi and the Patawomeck claim to be the tribe of Pocahontas through her mother. Numerous Powhatan tribes are now extinct and can no longer claim the honor. When the existing Powhatan tribes get together to write about their common history (example: We're Still Here: Contemporary Virginia… Read More
There are two facts. Those facts are temperature and molar mass.