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Red Wing

(Tantangamini) c1750–c1825, Sioux leader.
a city in SE Minnesota. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • "We need traders," said Red Wing, sliding his hand along the soft nap of the blankets.

    The Conquest Eva Emery Dye
  • The greatest chief of the nation at present is Talangamane, or the Red Wing.

  • When Confederate won, and he started with his twenty-four thousand to back Red Wing, the crowd now engulfed him.

    The Man Who Could Not Lose Richard Harding Davis
  • In both these departments of literature, this former hunter and warrior from Red Wing was an excellent teacher.

    Mary and I Stephen Return Riggs
  • Red Wing, a Flathead chief: We gathered up yesterday the three peoples you see here.

  • Then it occured to me that I had seen the Red Wing before, without knowing its name.

  • The Red Wing was of biplane type and mounted on skids, with the propeller and vertical direction rudder at the rear.

  • Lulu was in a thin black and white gown which they had never seen, and wore the tilting hat with the Red Wing.

    Miss Lulu Bett Zona Gale

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