Examples from the Web for mishawaka
Mishawaka was a thriving little city, made so largely by the fact that iron-ore—bog-iron—was being found thereabouts.
His eighteen-dollar house at Mishawaka had transformed itself into one worth a thousand, fully paid for.
There was a good log schoolhouse at Mishawaka, kept by a worthy man by the name of Merrifield, who knew how to use the birch.
Now, in Mishawaka there were some very fine folks—the family of Joseph Doty, for instance.