Opechancanough was a great chief, but higher than he moved Powhatan, chief of chiefs.
This, with a genial manner, he would present to Opechancanough.
Smith was hospitably entertained by Opitchapan, (Opechancanough's brother,) who dwelt a little above, on the Pamunkey.
If you like not the look of things, find out where Opechancanough is, and I'll send him an embassy.
Not many days after this, Opechancanough—with Yeardley's consent—went to the Chickahominies to secure a peace.
Opechancanough is our head, and Opechancanough kindleth a fire indeed!
To the last moment of his life, the haughty Opechancanough preserved the dignity and serenity of his bearing.
I hear Opechancanough and his warriors coming over the leaves.
The English next visited Opechancanough, at his seat, Pamunkey.
Opechancanough has many thoughts which he shares with no man.