noun, plural Tus·ca·ro·ras, (especially collectively) Tus·ca·ro·ra.
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Historical Examples of tuscarora
He got it from a Tuscarora Indian, who, I believe, was a sort of father-in-law to him.Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume I.
Charles James Lever
That's the part I was playin' when we strikes the Tuscarora.Shorty McCabe
It appeared that these Indians were a band of warriors, probably from the Tuscarora nation.
In point of maturity, the Tuscarora is an intermediate variety.The Field and Garden Vegetables of America
The Tuscarora, not the Mohawk, was the tribe migrating from the South.
Iroquoian people, 1640s, from Iroquoian, literally "hemp-gatherers."