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Potawatomi

[pot-uh-wot-uh-mee] /ˌpɒt əˈwɒt ə mi/
noun, plural Potawatomis (especially collectively) Potawatomi.
1.
a member of an Algonquian Indian people originally of Michigan and Wisconsin.
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  • Raoul felt like shooting them all, just for being Potawatomi, but he held the impulse in check.

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

    Shaman Robert Shea
  • A Potawatomi chieftain from the prairies came in attended by some young men.

    The Land of the Miamis Elmore Barce
  • "The Potawatomi must have been forced to help," said White Bear quietly.

    Shaman Robert Shea
  • He broke away from Black Salmon and fought his way through the Potawatomi warriors around her.

    Shaman Robert Shea
  • He said the British and the Potawatomi and Winnebago would join forces with us, and they did not.

    Shaman Robert Shea
  • I have had messages from the Winnebago and the Potawatomi promising to help us if the long knives attack us.

    Shaman Robert Shea
  • The Potawatomi women were inclined to greasiness and obesity.

    The Land of the Miamis Elmore Barce
  • The Miamis, the Potawatomi and the Shawnees lifted the hatchet, and rushed to the attack of both keel-boats and settlements.

    The Land of the Miamis Elmore Barce
  • Potawatomi were found camping about Vincennes in great numbers and trading everything of value for liquor.

    The Land of the Miamis Elmore Barce

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