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The Powhatan (also spelled Powatan) are a Native American people in Virginia. It may also .... They also gave Powhatan many European gifts, such as a pitcher, feather ... While the southern frontier demarcated in 1646 was respected for the ...

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Native American tribes in Virginia are the indigenous tribes who currently live or have ... Iroquoian in the southern Tidewater region, and Siouan above the fall line. About 30 Algonquian tribes were allied in the powerful Powhatan paramount ... The first European explorers in what is now Virginia were Spaniards, who ...

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Nov 7, 2010 ... The southern border of Virginia Algonquian territory was the Dismal Swamp ... Among the Powhatan in Virginia, the priest lived in the temples ...

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Speech by Powhatan, as recorded by John Smith, 1609. Document. Chief Powhatan was the leader of the Powhatan federation of Indians in Virginia in the ... an early account of the Mohawk culture as perceived by a European missionary.

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The Powhatan Confederacy comprised 30 tribes living along Virginia's coastal plain. Chief Wahunsonacock, called Powhatan by Captain John Smith, united the  ...

www.britannica.com/event/Powhatan-War

(1622–44), relentless struggle between the Powhatan Indian confederacy and early English settlers in the tidewater section of Virginia and southern Maryland.

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Centuries before Europeans first landed at Jamestown in 1607, powerful ... Three distinctive tribes dominated the territory now known as Virginia during the late 16th century through the 17th century - the Powhatan, the ... Southern Virginia.

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English listeners recorded the words spoken by Powhatan. ... The first Europeans to explore Virginia filtered what they saw through their world view. .... been greater on the southern bank of the Rappahannock River, which is one explanation ...

www.virginiaplaces.org/nativeamerican/anglopowhatan.html

His control on the southern edge of the James River was limited to ... to know exactly when European ships were headed towards Virginia, but Powhatan must  ...

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The occupation of Virginia by European colonists in the 1600's was legal, based ... Powhatan controlled over 30 tribes living within his territory (Tsenacomoco), but .... the Coming of the American Revolution in Virginia," The Journal of Southern ...