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  1. Opechancanough (/ oʊ p ə ˈ tʃ æ n k ə n oʊ / oh-pə-CHAN-kə-noh; 1554–1646) was paramount chief of the Powhatan Confederacy in present-day Virginia from 1618 until his death. He had been a leader in the confederacy formed by his older brother Powhatan , from whom he inherited the paramountcy.

  2. Opechancanough. Cerca de Jamestown, Virginia (Estados Unidos), c. 1544 – Virginia (Estados Unidos), 1644. Guerrero indígena. Jefe guerrero de los indios algonquinos, hermano mayor del jefe Powhatan y tío de la princesa Pocahontas, nacido hacia 1544.

  3. 2 de mar. de 2021 · La masacre indígena de 1622 fue un ataque a los asentamientos de la Colonia de Virginia por parte de las tribus de la Confederación Powhatan bajo el mando de su líder Opchanacanough (1554-1646) y su...

  4. 22 de dic. de 2021 · Opechancanough was paramount chief of Tsenacomoco, a political alliance of Virginia Indians, and famously led massive assaults against the English colonists in 1622 and 1644.

  5. 7 de dic. de 2021 · Opechancanough, kidnapped and taken to Spain, used what he learned of the Europeans to lead his people against two of the world's greatest powers.

  6. 30 de ago. de 2022 · Opechancanough, successor to paramount chief Powhatan, deserves to be remembered as one of the great indigenous leaders in American history, on the same rank as Massasoit, King Philip, Pontiac, Logan the Orator, Joseph Brant, Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, and Geronimo.

  7. 17 de nov. de 2021 · Taking over from his brother, Opechancanough established himself as the chiefdoms de facto ruler and began planning a long-term strategy to expel the English from his territories.