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New Pocahontas exhibit explores woman's life, myths

New Pocahontas exhibit explores woman's life, myths

A Pocahontas exhibit opening this summer at Jamestown Settlement aims to make sure the past is still present for tourists and locals alike.

The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation is creating a special exhibit, "Pocahontas Imagined," that will feature memorabilia, interactive experiences, her impression on pop culture and art.

The exhibit opening July 15 comes 400 years after the death of Pocahontas, and a few months after a delegation from Virginia visited Gravesend, England where Pocahontas died.

Some of the trip's participants toured the new Pocahontas exhibit on Tuesday at Jamestown.

Upper Mattaponi Indian Tribe chief Ken Adams, Rappahannock chief Anne...

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