noun, plural Saul·teaux [soh-tohz; especially collectively -toh] /ˈsoʊ toʊz; especially collectively -toʊ/ for 1.
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Peguis, the Saulteaux chief, befriended the white man from the beginning.The Romantic Settlement of Lord Selkirk's Colonists|George Bryce
His success had been very marked, and the old Saulteaux rejoiced that he and the rest of them were to be neglected no longer.
She had heard from some fur-hunters about our having come to live in the land of the Saulteaux.On the Indian Trail|Egerton Ryerson Young
Was not she a Saulteaux, and had not she a right to know of this new way, about which so much was being said?
Two Saulteaux chiefs, with about forty warriors of that nation, arrived at the settlement.The Great Company|Beckles Willson