Wise Women: From Pocahontas to Sarah Winnemucca, Remarkable Stories of Native American Trailblazers
The story of Pocahontas saving John Smith is justly famous, as is the cross-country journey of Sacajawea with the Corps of Discovery, and Sarah Winnemucca earned fame by being a champion of her
Native American Stories – Captain John Smith and Powhatan
The Native American story of Captain John Smith and Powhatan. Learn about the culture, stories, myths and legends of American Indians and their famous chiefs and
The Indian Massacre of 1622 took place in the English Colony of Virginia, in what now belongs to the United States of America, on Friday, 22 March 1622.
Pocahontas – Joseph Bruchac
In 1607, when John Smith and his "Coatmen" arrive in Powhatan to begin settling the colony of Virginia, their relations with the village's inhabitants are anything but warm. Pocahontas, the beloved
Pocahontas, Powhatan, Opechancanough: Three Indian Lives Changed by Jamestown
Pocahontas may be the most famous Native American who ever lived, but during the settlement of Jamestown, and for two centuries afterward, the great chiefs Powhatan and Opechancanough were the
Since the Susquehannock apparently had been good friends with the Huron from times long before contact, it is possible they migrated to the Susquehanna Valley from the
A serial murderer is terrorizing Seattle, hunting and scalping white men. And the crimes of the so-called Indian Killer have triggered a wave of violence and racial hatred.
The Real Pocahontas ~ Powhatan
Matoaka was the beautiful and lively daughter of Powhatan, ruler of the land that the English named Virginia. "Pocahontas" was her childhood nickname, translated as "little wanton," meaning she was
Pocahontas and England ~ Powhatan Tribe
The Virginia Company of London had long seen one of its primary goals as the conversion of Indians to Christianity. With the conversion of Pocahontas and her marriage to an Englishman–all of which
Powhatan and His life ~ Tsenacommacah
Little is known of Powhatan's life before the arrival of English colonists in 1607. He apparently inherited the chiefdom of about 4-6 tribes, with its base at the fall line near present-day
Muskoday Indian Tribe of Saskatchewan
Muskoday First Nation The Muskoday First Nation (formerly the John Smith First Nation) is a First Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada, composed of Cree and Saulteaux peoples. The First Nation has a
Nanticoke Tribe of New Jersey
The Nanticoke were an Algonquian-speaking tribe of the Northeast Culture Area (see NORTHEAST INDIANS), located near the Chesapeake Bay of present-day MaryÂland and southern Delaware.