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Women were also barbers for the men and would process any meat the men brought home as well as tanning hides to make clothing. Rollins, Martha Martha Rollins. Wade, Mary Belvin Mary Belvin Wade. Pocahontas, known as "Lady Rebecca Rolfe," was also accompanied by about a dozen Powhatan men and women. Argall handed a copper kettle to Japazaw and his wife for their "help" and as a way to implicate them in the betrayal.
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