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They made me wash, then they painted me and said I was a Kickapoo.
He was zealous for Indian missions, in 1827-28 visiting in person the Osage; and in 1836 founding the Kickapoo mission.
New cement walks were built south almost to the Kickapoo Corral.A Master's Degree|Margaret Hill McCarter
It bears a strong affinity to the Mohican and the Chippeway, but more especially the Kickapoo.Life of Tecumseh, and of His Brother the Prophet|Benjamin Drake
“We have our own line into Kickapoo,” he tells you—the old smile returning.The Modern Railroad|Edward Hungerford