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Mankato

[man-key-toh] /mænˈkeɪ toʊ/
noun
1.
a city in S Minnesota, on the Minnesota River.
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  • He was to carry the mail from Mankato to Sioux City and return.

  • We drove forty-five miles to Mankato to get our first baby clothes.

  • They became intoxicated and had a big fight, so they did not come to Mankato.

  • Thet's my notion; and we won't think what we're go'n to do till we get to Mankato.

    Hope and Have Oliver Optic
  • And again the Mankato prison-pens witnessed a strange and wondrous scene.

    Among the Sioux R. J. Creswell
  • The teepee of Mankato or Blue Earth was pitched in a conspicuous spot.

    Indian Child Life Charles A. Eastman
  • Now news came of the awakening among the prisoners at Mankato.

    Mary and I

    Stephen Return Riggs
  • They were better supplied with books than they could be at Mankato.

    Mary and I

    Stephen Return Riggs
  • This took place about two miles and a half north of Mankato.

    Danger Signals John A. Hill and Jasper Ewing Brady
  • The exiles, accompanied by their new-found friend, were to descend the river in the bateau to Mankato.

    Hope and Have Oliver Optic

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