noun, plural Al·gon·qui·ans, (especially collectively) Al·gon·qui·an for 2.
Origin of Algonquian
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These, with the exception of the Winnebago, were Algonquian tribes.
The hostility of the Algonquian tribes seems to have been the cause of the southward migration of the Iroquoian peoples.
The three linguistic families to be considered are the Algonquian, Siouan, and Caddoan.
The position of the village of the Algonquian Michigamea, who lived north of the Quapaw, has not been determined.
They were organised in many exogamous clans; descent was patrilineal although it was matrilineal in most Algonquian tribes.Man, Past and Present
Agustus Henry Keane