noun, plural Yank·tons, (especially collectively) Yank·ton for 1.
Examples from the Web for yankton
The commissioners had satisfied the law, having met, organized, and adjourned in Yankton.North Dakota|Various
Reaching Springfield—twelve miles below—before breakfast, in the evening we lifted Yankton out of a cloud of flying sand.The River and I|John G. Neihardt
That afternoon we were successful in landing a job out on Brown's ranch, a distance of fifty miles from Yankton.Wanderlust|Robert R. (Robert Rice) Reynolds
Its population was sometimes increased by visitors from the large Ponca Village, and from a Yankton village not far away.Ten years in the ranks, U.S. army|Augustus Meyers
That trotting-cow man at Yankton ought to come up here and show Henderson a little speed.The Voyage of the Rattletrap|Hayden Carruth