Pocahontas County Iowa Genealogy and History
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County InformationCounty Seat: Pocahontas
Year Organized: 1851
Square Miles: 578
The county was named in honor of Pocahontas, the Virginia Indian princess who is said
to have saved Captain John Smith's life and who married John Rolfe
99 Court Square
Pocahontas, IA 50574-1629
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