- a member of a tribe of North American Indians, originally of Kansas but relocated in Oklahoma after the Civil War.
- the Caddoan language of the Wichita.
- a city in S Kansas, on the Arkansas River.
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Contemporary Examples of wichita
Dredging up the Wichita Massacre puts the two justices who were part of the 6-to-1 majority ruling in the spotlight.And Here Come 2014’s Willie Hortons
November 2, 2014
The last Democratic senator the state sent to Washington was George McGill, a lawyer from Wichita who served from 1930 to 1939.Fact-Checking the Sunday Shows: November 2
November 2, 2014
Oh, Republicans invoked her “ties” to a Wichita doctor who performed abortions.Will Kathleen Sebelius Win in the End? Legacy Tied to Obamacare’s Outcome
April 11, 2014
If Kentucky gets by Kansas State, I think Wichita Sate can get bounced in the second round.ESPN’s Bracket Champion Shares His March Madness Secrets
March 18, 2014
Root for Florida, Arizona, Michigan State, Wichita State, Iowa State, or Louisville.The March Madness Teams to Cheer If Yours Got Bounced
March 16, 2014
Historical Examples of wichita
The State convention of 1889 assembled in Wichita, October 1-3.
He had met Stillwater at Wichita, where the gambler's reputation was far from savory.The Boy Land Boomer
Dorsey, Mythology of the Wichita (Washington, 1904) and other writings.
This is clear in the highly involved Wichita, Kansas, cases.Railroads: Rates and Regulations
William Z. Ripley
For instance, at Wichita, he routed them with a force that numbered ten to one.Then and Now
- a city in S Kansas, on the Arkansas River: the largest city in the state; two universities. Pop: 354 617 (2003 est)