What is Pocahontas famous for?

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Pocahontas is mostly famous for saving the life of an Englishman, Captain John Smith. Pocahontas, of Native American origin, kept the starving English colonialists alive by visiting them with plenty of food while building peace between them and the natives. She became popular in England when she visited King James and Queen Anne where her portrait was made and published.
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Pocahontas was the nickname of Mataoaka, a young emissary between native tribes and English setters in North America's early Colonial period. Pocahontas was the daughter of Powhatan, an important chief of several tribes of Algonquian Indians in the C... More »
Name at Birth: Mataoaka
Born: Werowocomoco, Virginia
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Pocahontas was an Indian princess who became famous for aiding the English in their attempt of settling in North America. Her life span was from 1595 to 1617 and was the favourite daughter of chief Powhatan.
Pocahontas was the nickname of Mataoaka, a young emissary between native tribes and English setters in North America's early Colonial period. Pocahontas was the daughter of Powhatan, an important chief of several tribes of Algonquian Indians in the Chesap
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