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Many students are surprised to learn that Chicago — or Zhegagoynak in the Potawatomi language — has an Indigenous history, not to mention present.Some representations of Native Americans erase their history|Hayley Negrin|May 21, 2021|Washington Post
His crime, based on his marriage to a Potawatomi woman, was deemed “intercourse with the enemy.”
For the early habitat of the Potawatomi, consult Croghan's Journals, in our volume i, p. 115 note 84.
The Potawatomi's powerful two-handed grip tore the pistol from his fingers.
But we'll have a band of Potawatomi scouts led by one of their chiefs, Billy Caldwell, to guide us.
I can handle the language of the Algonquin like a native, being part Potawatomi myself.Call Him Savage|John Pollard
The Potawatomi women were inclined to greasiness and obesity.The Land of the Miamis|Elmore Barce