from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See Ojibwa.
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- proper n. The official name in the U.S. Government for the Ojibwe nation and their Algonquian language. Most of the people reside in Canada, where they are called Ojibwe. Their name for themselves is Anishinaabe.
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- n. a member of an Algonquian people who lived west of Lake Superior
- n. the Algonquian language spoken by the Ojibwa
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Leinies is brewed in Chippewa Falls, Wi and while a good beer not nearly the best of our micro brews
John Rollwagen, a colleague for many years, tells the story of a French scientist who visited Cray's home in Chippewa Falls.
[Footnote 76: The languages are, in fact, identical in structure; the word Chippewa being a comparatively modern term, which was not used by the old French writers of the missionary era.]
Amusements during the winter months, when the temperature is at the lowest point -- Etymology of the word Chippewa -- A meteor -- The Indian
To the Ojibwe, whom the white men often called Chippewa but who preferred the name Anishinaabe, which meant Original People, it was known as Maanadamon—Bad Trail—because it was a long portage with stretches of marsh and deep mud.
A tragic occurrence took place last night, at the head of the portage, resulting in the death of a Chippewa, which is believed to be wholly attributable to the use of ardent spirits in the Indian camps.
The Chippewa is a noble mass of water, flowing with a wide sweeping majesty to the Mississippi.
A tragic occurrence took place last night, at the head of the portage, resulting in the death of a Chippewa, which is believed to be wholly attributable to the use of ardent spirits in the
Van Allen, and another still larger is building at Chippewa, which is partly owned by government, and so constructed as to carry the mail and to become fitted speedily for warlike purposes.
The Chippewa is the home of the famed Pink Pony Bar and Grill, which was established in the late
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