noun, plural Pow·ha·tans, (especially collectively) Pow·ha·tan for 1.
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Contemporary Examples of powhatan
In 1622, just months after “the first Thanksgiving,” 347 colonists were killed in an attack by Powhatan Indians.Not Just Cannibalism: Seven Ways Colonial Jamestown Was a Living Hell
May 2, 2013
Historical Examples of powhatan
Long and earnestly Powhatan talked to her, and she listened intently.Ten American Girls From History
Kate Dickinson Sweetser
He had been sent by Powhatan to count the English, that he might learn their strength.
Then Powhatan, who ruled them all, raised his hand and stopped their clamor.
Smith does not report what he said to Powhatan, or Powhatan to him.
Today no small host of Americans have for ancestress the daughter of Powhatan.