Things were no better after Disney broadened the ethnic mix in 1995 with Pocahontas, the first hard-body princess.
In any case he would have enjoyed the masque, knowing that Pocahontas had performed it to honour her father's guests.
The man who got out just ahead of Pocahontas was greeted by cries of "Come on you Ca-ap!"
I had Just got off my horse from Pocahontas when the post going to Staunton arrived.
Pocahontas slipped her arm wistfully 'round her friend's waist.
Here he found no less a personage than Powhatan's daughter Pocahontas.
Pocahontas contrasted this chill with the warmth of church socials at home.
He was not entirely mercenary, and he was deeply grateful to Pocahontas who had saved his life, and the perilous colony besides.
Pocahontas had to sit in the corner awhile for having done so.
Then the thoughts of Pocahontas found themselves at Jamestown, whither they now often wandered.
(c.1595-1617), daughter of Algonquian leader Powhatan, the name is said to be Algonquian Pokachantesu "she is playful."
A Native American princess of the seventeenth century who befriended Captain John Smith of Virginia. She is said to have thrown herself upon him to prevent his execution by her father, Powhatan. She later married one of the Virginian settlers and traveled to England with him.