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A new history of the United StatesThe greater republic, embracing the growth and achievements of our country from the earliest days of discovery and settlement to the present eventful year .. . THE MARRIAGE OF POCHAHONTAS. BACONS REBELLION. 51 in Africa, to the colonists as slaves. It was thus that African slavery was intro-duced into this country, bringing in its train more sorrow, suffering, desolation,and death than pen can describe or imagination conceive. The institution be-came legal in all the colonies, and the ships of New England, as well as thoseof old England, were actively engaged for many years in the slave trade. WARS WITH THE INDIANS. The marriage of Pocahontas to one of the settlers made her father a firmfriend of the whites as long as he lived. At his death, his brother Opechau-kano succeeded him. He hated intensely the invaders of the hunting grounds,and began plotting to exterminate them. On the 22d of March, 1622, he madesuch a sudden and furious assault upon the plantations, as the farms were called,along the James that 400 people were killed in one day. The settlers rallied,slew many of the Indians and drove the remainder far back in the woods, butby th

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