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Pocahontas was a Native American Princess, ambassador, and peacemaker to the first American settlers. She eventually was taken hostage by the British. She married John Rolfe and was renamed Rebecca.
Pocahontas was a Native American Princess, ambassador, and a peacemaker to the first American settlers. She eventually was taken hostage by the British, where she learned the European lifestyle. She famously saved the life of John Smith, a settler. She married John Rolfe and was renamed Rebecca.
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