Powhatan (disambiguation)

Powhatan (disambiguation)

Powhatan may refer to:

*Powhatan, a Native American tribe
*Chief Powhatan (c. 1547 – c. 1618), leader of the Powhatan tribe
*Powhatan Ellis (1790-1863), United States Senator from Mississippi

;Places in the United States
*Powhatan, Louisiana
*Powhatan, North Carolina
*Powhatan, Virginia
*Powhatan Apartments, a Chicago landmark
*Powhatan Point, Ohio, a village

*USS "Powhatan", an American Civil War Navy frigate

ee also

*Powhattan, Kansas, United States

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