How to use Mendota in a sentence
Mendota—properly Mdo-te—meaning the out-let of a lake or river into another, commonly applied to the region about Fort Snelling.The Feast of the Virgins and Other Poems | H. L. Gordon
Mendota—(meeting of the waters) at the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers.The Feast of the Virgins and Other Poems | H. L. Gordon
There are several parks of great beauty, and along the shores of Lake Mendota there is a broad boulevarded drive of 12 m.
A regular trading post is known to have been established on Lake Mendota as early as 1820.
Actually, Mendota appears to be approximately halfway between these two points.The Aboriginal Population of the San Joaquin Valley, California | Sherburne F. Cook