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1614 1616 1617 1631 o 29 —————————————————— Glossary Algonquin (al GOHN kwin) — a group of Native American tribes that spoke the same language (also the name of the language they spoke) chief (CHEEF) — leader, head of a Native American tribe Christian (KRIS chun) — a religion that believes that Jesus Christ is the son of God colony (CAHL oh nee) — a territory that belongs to another country Matoaka (MAH to AH kuh) — the name of the girl who took the nickname “Pocahontas” Native American (NAY tiv uh MARE ih can) — people who lived in the land that is now the United States before explorers from Europe came Pocahontas (poe cuh HAHN tis) — a Native American girl who helped her people and English settlers become friendlier Powhattan (pow HAT un) — the name taken by the father of Pocahontas (also the name of the tribe where he was chief) prisoner (PRIZZ nur) — someone captured by the enemy or put into prison settlers (SET lers) — people who move to a new land to live there tribe (TRYB) — one of the bands or nations of Native Americans o 30 —————————————————— Further Reading Edwards, Judith.

Jamestown, John Smith and Pocahontas in American History. Enslow Publishers, 2002 Sonneborn, Liz. Pocahontas: 1595-1617. Capstone Press, 2002 Sullivan, George. Pocahontas. html o 31 —————————————————— ROURKE POCAHONTAS Index Algonquin tribe 6 birth 6 death 27 Jamestown 10-12 London Company 13 Powhattan 9, 28 Rolfe, John 23-24 Smith, John 4, 10, 13-21, 25-27 About The Author Don McLeese is an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in many newspapers and magazines. A. degree in English from the University of Chicago, taught feature writing at the University of Texas and has frequently contributed to the World Book Encyclopedia.

Pocahontas goes to England. ✺ Pocahontas becomes sick and dies. ✺ John Smith dies. 1614 1616 1617 1631 o 29 —————————————————— Glossary Algonquin (al GOHN kwin) — a group of Native American tribes that spoke the same language (also the name of the language they spoke) chief (CHEEF) — leader, head of a Native American tribe Christian (KRIS chun) — a religion that believes that Jesus Christ is the son of God colony (CAHL oh nee) — a territory that belongs to another country Matoaka (MAH to AH kuh) — the name of the girl who took the nickname “Pocahontas” Native American (NAY tiv uh MARE ih can) — people who lived in the land that is now the United States before explorers from Europe came Pocahontas (poe cuh HAHN tis) — a Native American girl who helped her people and English settlers become friendlier Powhattan (pow HAT un) — the name taken by the father of Pocahontas (also the name of the tribe where he was chief) prisoner (PRIZZ nur) — someone captured by the enemy or put into prison settlers (SET lers) — people who move to a new land to live there tribe (TRYB) — one of the bands or nations of Native Americans o 30 —————————————————— Further Reading Edwards, Judith.

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