Shawnee


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a member of the Algonquian people formerly living along the Tennessee river

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the Algonquian language spoken by the Shawnee

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Two distinctly different origins have been ascribed to the great Shawnee war chief Blue Jacket who played a pivotal role in the early history of southwestern Ohio.
This really brightens her day,'' says her mom, Shirley Holdorf, who adds that Shawnee sometimes gets a dog visit daily.
Flash flooding was first reported in Shawnee county but spread to Jackson Jefferson, and Pottawatomie counties as the thunderstorms continued to develop and track over the same areas during the early morning hours.
With a federal grant for $211,000, Shawnee High School trained its ninth-grade teachers in handheld usage and classroom integration.
The Shawnee warrior, Tecumseh was attempting to organize all the Indian nations (east of the Mississippi, I believe) into a formidable confederation against the encroaching white settlers.
Under the agreement, students take freshman and sophomore courses at the Ashland college and then transfer credits to Shawnee in Portsmouth, Ohio, where they take upper-level courses.
Bridesmaid Shawnee George fell from a wedding car on her way to her aunt's service.
Bridesmaid Shawnee George, six, crashed headfirst into the road when the car door suddenly swung open as they rounded a bend.
Jeffery Humble, president of Paradigm International and a former professor of plastics engineering at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, Ohio.
Bullock of Shawnee County District Court in Topeka, which vacated her decision to block the merger of Anthem and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Kansas.
It was purchased at an auction by the Stickle family, made available by Frank Chatten, husband of Winnie Stickle, and copied by Shawnee Spencer UE.
The new orienter at the Shawnee plant is expected to be operational in late 2002.
They call it Snake Road, a gravel lane through southern Illinois' Shawnee National Forest, where each spring and fall automobile traffic is prohibited to ensure the safe passage of timber rattlers, water moccasins, and copperheads.
Fort Worth, Texas--Ameriserve recently completed the construction of its facility at Shawnee Mission, Kansas and the expansion of its facility Ontario, California.