Of the motives of the Iroquois the Mohican could judge only by their acts.
"Uncas will stay," the young Mohican calmly answered in English.
The marsh has remained unchanged since the days when the Mohican Indians speared fish there.
The violence of the exertion cast the young Mohican at his side.
We will load the back of this Mohican until he staggers under our bounty, and despatch him after my young men.
Whenever we had met a dark-haired person, he had said to me: "Do you think that is a Mohican?"
Duncan complied; and the Mohican, who had been an attentive listener to the discourse, readily undertook the office.
It was the Mohican and Lenape who veiled their faces, not the Iroquois.
There is a strong affinity between the Shawnee and the Mohican dialects.
Wall, yer aint the sort as ships aboard the Mohican every time.
from Mahican (Algonquian) ma:hi:kan "people of the tidal estuary." Spelling with -o- popularized by James Fenimore Cooper's novel.