Origin of rancherie
Examples from the Web for rancherie
"And we go on to the rancherie in a couple of days," Harry added.
On our return, my guide conducted me to a rancherie, consisting of half a dozen wigwams.Round Cape Horn|Joseph Lamson
A long row of huts just above high-tide line can always be safely called a rancherie in that country.
Every person in the rancherie, from the toddling papooses to the aged chief, endeavored to aid them.History of the Donner Party|C.F. McGlashan
He ran on, flinging off his clothes, and plunged into the water when they drew near the rancherie.