noun, plural Yank·tons, (especially collectively) Yank·ton for 1.
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Then rose Toh-ki-e-to (a medicine-man,) of the Yankton band, and principal orator of the nation.
Then, he gave his reasons: 'I know he is old, by the impression his gait has made and a Yankton by that of his moccasin.The Life of Kit Carson|Edward S. Ellis
On the way, we made a short stop at the Yankton agency, which we had visited two years before.
For the ordination the Congregational churches of Yankton and Springfield had united in calling the council.
The building is going up—August, 1877—a neat and substantial frame, the material of which was brought up from Yankton by boat.