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Captain John Smith of Jamestown, Virginia once said that Pocahontas saved his colony from death and famine. Pocahontas was the daughter of an Algonquin indian cheif. As a young girl, she is said to have saved Smiths life. No one nose for sure if the story is true, but she did help to keep piece between the colonists and Indians. Later, Pocahontas married a colonist name John Rolfe she dyed at age 22 on March 21, 1617.

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Captain John Smith of Jamestown, Virginia, once said that Pocahontas saved his colony from death and famine. Pocahontas was the daughter of an Algonquin Indian chief. As a young girl, she is said to have saved Smith's life. No one knows for sure if the story is true, but she did help to keep peace between the colonists and Indians. Later, Pocahontas married a colonist named John Rolfe. She died at age 22 on March 21, 1617.

 

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