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The Powhatan (also spelled Powatan) are Native American people in Virginia. It may also refer to a historic leader of those tribes, commonly referred to as ...

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Sep 18, 2015 ... The land occupied by the Powhatan Indians encompassed all of Tidewater Virginia, from the Potomac River in the north to south of the James ...

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Some Powhatan descendants still live in Virginia today. Other Powhatan Indians were driven northward and their descendants live in Pennsylvania and New ...

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The Powhatan Confederacy was a league of over 30 Algonquian speaking Native American tribes that were located in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia and Southern ...

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Pocahontas and the Powhatan Indians of 17th-century Virginia.

www.encyclopediavirginia.org/Religion_in_Early_Virginia_Indian_Society

Mar 16, 2011 ... The Powhatan Indians likely worshipped many spirits, of which the Jamestown colonists recorded only a few: Okee, Ahone, the Great Hare, ...

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Jan 22, 2013 ... Among the Powhatan Indians, especially, but elsewhere in the region, too, a house, or a yi-hakan in Algonquian, typically had a circular or oval ...

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Oct 12, 2011 ... Powhatan Indians: A confederacy of Virginian Algonquian tribes. Their territory included the tidewaters of Virginia, as well as possibly parts of ...

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Long before 104 Englishmen landed at Jamestown on May 13, 1607, Powhatan and 10,000 of his people lived in the coastal regions ...