noun, plural Wam·pa·no·ags, (especially collectively) Wam·pa·no·ag.
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Origin of Wampanoag
Words nearby Wampanoag
Example sentences from the Web for Wampanoag
The exhibition was conceived from the start to be co-curated by the Wampanoag and also features a specially commissioned artwork by Wampanoag artist Ramona Peters.
“That backstory is so important to knowing the impact on the Wampanoag, of both pre-colonial and colonial contact,” says Peters.
Probably in October, the Pilgrims met their Wampanoag neighbors for three days of feasting on wildfowl and venison.
Alternatively, perhaps the first Thanksgiving was a Wampanoag idea, a nickommo.
The gun of the former missed fire, whereupon the Indian leveled his musket and shot the Wampanoag leader dead.The Greater Republic|Charles Morris
She, like the groom's mother, probably belonged to the Wampanoag tribe.
Metacom hath often seen the long line of Wampanoag Chiefs, in his sleep?
Wampanoag, I have followed the trail, that your ears may listen to the talk of a Pale-face.
He had gone but a short way when he came upon the Wampanoag chief in a hunting-lodge.Famous Indian Chiefs|Charles H. L. Johnston