Pocahontas was a nickname meaning "playful" or "naughty one." Here real name was Matoaka

After her conversion to Christianity and baptism, Pocahontas was given the name Rebecca and became Lady Rebecca when she married John Rolfe.

Pocahontas was married between 1609 and 1612 to a Powhatan named Kocoum. It is believed that she might have had a baby girl who later died from this marriage. However, little more is known about this relationship.

In 1612, the Powhatan Indians and the English settlers were becoming more hostile with each other. Eight Englishmen had been captured. In retaliation, Captain Samuel Argall captured Pocahontas. It was during this time that Pocahontas met and married John Rolfe who is credited with planting and selling the first tobacco crop in America.

Pocahontas was a nickname meaning "playful" or "naughty one." Here real name was Matoaka

After her conversion to Christianity and baptism, Pocahontas was given the name Rebecca and became Lady Rebecca when she married John Rolfe.

Pocahontas was married between 1609 and 1612 to a Powhatan named Kocoum. It is believed that she might have had a baby girl who later died from this marriage. However, little more is known about this relationship.

In 1612, the Powhatan Indians and the English settlers were becoming more hostile with each other. Eight Englishmen had been captured. In retaliation, Captain Samuel Argall captured Pocahontas. It was during this time that Pocahontas met and married John Rolfe who is credited with planting and selling the first tobacco crop in America.


US President Donald Trump referred to Sen. Elizabeth Warren as "Pocahontas" during an event honoring Native American code talkers on Monday.

"We have a representative in Congress who they say was here a long time ago," Trump said. "They call her 'Pocahontas.' But you know what, I like you, because you are special. You are special people. You are really incredible people."

It links back to when Scott Brown, Warren's Republican opponent in the 2012 race for a Senate seat in Massachusetts, "accused her of faking her Native American ancestry after reports surfaced that she listed herself as a minority in a directory of law school professors," Business Insider's Jeremy Berke reported .

Pocahontas was a nickname meaning "playful" or "naughty one." Here real name was Matoaka

After her conversion to Christianity and baptism, Pocahontas was given the name Rebecca and became Lady Rebecca when she married John Rolfe.

Pocahontas was married between 1609 and 1612 to a Powhatan named Kocoum. It is believed that she might have had a baby girl who later died from this marriage. However, little more is known about this relationship.

In 1612, the Powhatan Indians and the English settlers were becoming more hostile with each other. Eight Englishmen had been captured. In retaliation, Captain Samuel Argall captured Pocahontas. It was during this time that Pocahontas met and married John Rolfe who is credited with planting and selling the first tobacco crop in America.


US President Donald Trump referred to Sen. Elizabeth Warren as "Pocahontas" during an event honoring Native American code talkers on Monday.

"We have a representative in Congress who they say was here a long time ago," Trump said. "They call her 'Pocahontas.' But you know what, I like you, because you are special. You are special people. You are really incredible people."

It links back to when Scott Brown, Warren's Republican opponent in the 2012 race for a Senate seat in Massachusetts, "accused her of faking her Native American ancestry after reports surfaced that she listed herself as a minority in a directory of law school professors," Business Insider's Jeremy Berke reported .

In 1607, the Susan Constant sails to the New World from London , carrying English settlers from the Virginia Company . On board are Captain John Smith and the voyage's leader Governor Ratcliffe , who seeks gold to bring him wealth and status. Along the way, the Susan Constant is caught in a North Atlantic storm , and Smith saves a young, inexperienced crewmate named Thomas from drowning. As they approach the New World, the settlers, including Smith, talk of adventure, finding gold, fighting ' Injuns ', and perhaps settling in the new land.

In the Powhatan tribe in Tsenacommacah , North America, Pocahontas , the daughter of Chief Powhatan , fears being possibly wed to Kocoum, a brave warrior whom she sees as too serious for her own free-spirited personality. Powhatan gives Pocahontas her mother's necklace as a present. Pocahontas, along with her friends, the raccoon Meeko and hummingbird Flit, visit Grandmother Willow, a spiritual talking willow tree , and speaks of a dream involving a spinning arrow, and her confusion regarding what her path in life should be. Grandmother Willow then alerts Pocahontas to the arriving English.

Three actors in the film have been involved in other Pocahontas-related projects. Gordon Tootoosis acted as Chief Powhatan in Pocahontas: The Legend (1995). [3] Christian Bale and Irene Bedard would portray John Rolfe and Pocahontas's mother, respectively, in Terrence Malick 's The New World (2005). [4]

The True Story of Pocahontas as NOT told by Disney.


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