Pawnee

[Parks and Recreation] ==Founding== Pawnee was founded in May 1817 by Rev. Luther Howell. Howell came from Terre Haute on an ox. The Native American tribe of the Wamapoke, who already lived on the land, were driven out of town by July 1817. Howell founded several Lutheran churches in town. The first mayor of Pawnee, Charlton Sharpspeed, too...
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Pawnee

Pawnee is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Pawnee

[n] - a member of the Pawnee nation formerly living in Nebraska and Kansas but now largely in Oklahoma 2. [n] - the Caddoan language spoken by the Pawnee people
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Pawnee

Member of an American Indian people who inhabited the lower Mississippi River Valley until the 17th-18th centuries when they moved to Nebraska on the Platte River after acquiring horses. Their...
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Pawnee

Pawn·ee' noun (Law) One or two whom a pledge is delivered as security; one who takes anything in pawn.
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Pawnee

noun the Caddoan language spoken by the Pawnee
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Pawnee

noun a member of the Pawnee nation formerly living in Nebraska and Kansas but now largely in Oklahoma
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Pawnee

• (n.) One or two whom a pledge is delivered as security; one who takes anything in pawn.
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Pawnee

North American Indian people of Caddoan linguistic stock who lived on the Platte River in what is now Nebraska, U.S., from before the 16th century to ... [4 related articles]
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Pawnee

Pawnee (pônē') , Native North Americans whose language belongs to the Caddoan branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock (see Native American languages). At one time the Pawnee lived in what is now Texas, but by 1541, when Coronado visited Quivira, they seem to have been settled in ...
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Pawnee

Pawnee is British slang for a body of water, such as a lake or pond.
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Pawnee

Pawnee is British slang for a body of water, such as a lake or pond.
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Pawnee

The Pawnee Indians were an American indian tribe. For a long time they were inhabitants of Nebraska on the Platte and were always friendly to the White Americans. By a treaty in 1833 they sold lands south of the Nebraska. They were afterwards attacked by the Sioux and their lands devastated. In 1857 they sold more of their lands, but the American G...
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Pawnee

Pawnee initially refers to a Native American people and its language: Pawnee is also the name of several places in the United States: Pawnee may also refer to: ...
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