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After Andi, there was Nikki, who came dressed to horseback ride in a sexy Pocahontas costume and disco pants.
Things were no better after Disney broadened the ethnic mix in 1995 with Pocahontas, the first hard-body princess.
Pocahontas had met and had become well acquainted with John Rolfe during her captivity at Jamestown.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia|Dorothy M. Torpey
Pocahontas was a distinguished woman for two reasons, which render her short life one of singular interest.
These transactions failed, and poor Pocahontas, the Rosebud, remained a captive.
Pocahontas spent a few months in England, and she had just started to return to Virginia, when she was taken ill and died.
To please Captain Smith, the queen welcomed Pocahontas kindly.
British Dictionary definitions for Pocahontas
Cultural definitions for Pocahontas
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.