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a Powhatan woman (the daughter of Powhatan) who befriended the English at Jamestown and is said to have saved Captain John Smith's life (1595-1617)

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Within that area, the city of Pocohontas uses a mobile public-safety application similar to the one in South Sioux City, and other towns covered by the network are considering similar mobile applications.
There are some star singers too, with Elton John and Tina Turner for the Lion King films, Vanessa Williams's Pocohontas and Belinda Carlisle singing the tunes from Hercules.
If all else fails, call Skye Coal in Des Moines, Iowa or contact the Pocohontas Coal Company in Pennsylvania.
Owen Ralph, from Cwmaber, gave a virtuoso performance on the recorder of Colours of the Wind from the Disney film Pocohontas.
Her career highlights include three Grammy nominations for her very first album, "The Right Stuff" in 1988; the single "Save the Best for Last," from her second album, which dominated the charts for weeks; and her performance of "Colors of the Wind," the theme from the animated motion picture Pocohontas, which won a Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, and Grammy Award for Best Song in a Motion Picture.
In chapter four Hodgkins moves to the Virginia colony to trace how the English established a color line, despite the initial biblicist and classicist thinking that made it possible not only for John Rolfe to marry the Powhatan princess Pocohontas but also for her to be compared with Rebecca in the Bible or Lavinia in the Aeneid.
The concert will feature songs from a selection of animated films, including Aladdin, Pocohontas, The Little Mermaid, Tarzan and The Prince of Egypt.
Unfortunately, many valves from Pocohontas are broken along the posterior and/or ventral margins, making measurement of shell length difficult or impossible.
The story of Pocohontas became a staple of the American stage in the early nineteenth century.