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Sunlight glinting between huge forest trees, and blue skies over-arching the Indian village of Werewocomoco on the York River in Virginia, where Powhatan, the mighty "Werowance," or ruler over thirty tribes, was living. Through Orapakes and Pamunkey and other forest settlements a long line of fierce warriors were marching Indian file, on their way to Werewocomoco, leading a captive white man to Powhatan for inspection and for sentence. As the warriors passed into the Indian village, they encountered crowds of dusky braves and tattooed squaws hurrying along the wood trails, and when they halted at the central clearing of the village, the crowd closed in around them to get a better view of the captive. At the same time there rose a wild clamor from the rear of the throng as a merry group of shrieking, shouting girls and boys darted forward, jostling their way through the crowd.
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Pocahontas: The Indian Girl of the Virginia Forest
She was the daughter of Powhatan , the paramount chief  of a network of tributary tribes in the Tsenacommacah , encompassing the Tidewater region of Virginia. Pocahontas was captured and held for ransom by the Colonists during hostilities in During her captivity, she was encouraged to convert to Christianity and was baptized under the name Rebecca. She married tobacco planter John Rolfe in April aged about 17 or 18, and she bore their son Thomas Rolfe in January
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Early Virginia Indian Education
The Pamunkey Native American Tribe is one of 11 Virginia Indian  tribes recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia , and the state's first federally recognized tribe ,   receiving its status in January The Powhatan paramount chiefdom was made up of over 30 tribes, estimated to total about 10,—15, people at the time the English arrived in When the English arrived, the Pamunkey were one of the most powerful groups of the Powhatan chiefdom.
C enturies before Europeans first landed at Jamestown in , powerful Native American nations and communities thrived in Virginia, establishing multiple legacies of vitality and diversity. They spoke three different languages - Algonquian, Siouan and Iroquoian - and lived along the banks of the coastal waterways, in woodlands and mountain valleys. They worshiped, hunted, fished, farmed, traded, and enjoyed life. Today, Virginia Indians maintain their strong cultural heritage, including diversity, within Virginia's Indian communities.