What type of biographer/subject relationship does the following passage

What type of biographer/subject relationship does the following passage represent? Pocahontas was most likely born in Werawocomoco (what is now Wicomico, Gloucester County, Virginia) on the north side of the Pamaunkee (York) River, around the year 1595. Her true name was Matoaka, but that name was only used within her tribe.

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The answer should be biographer but did not personally know the subject.

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