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Potawatomi

[pot-uh-wot-uh-mee]
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noun, plural Pot·a·wat·o·mis, (especially collectively) Pot·a·wat·o·mi.
  1. a member of an Algonquian Indian people originally of Michigan and Wisconsin.
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Historical Examples

  • Raoul felt like shooting them all, just for being Potawatomi, but he held the impulse in check.

    Shaman

    Robert Shea

  • What a pleasure to have a bunch of Potawatomi right where he could do anything he wanted to them.

    Shaman

    Robert Shea

  • Raoul's anger at the Potawatomi found a new target in this bony volunteer.

    Shaman

    Robert Shea

  • When Raoul emerged from his tent he saw that the Potawatomi prisoners were gone.

    Shaman

    Robert Shea

  • "The Potawatomi must have been forced to help," said White Bear quietly.

    Shaman

    Robert Shea


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