Yankton

At The End, one of seven, divisions of the Sioux.
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Yankton

Dialect of the American Indian Siouan-Nakota language. ...
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Yankton

a major division of the Sioux (q.v.), or Dakota, confederation of American Indians.[3 related articles]
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Yankton

city, seat (1862) of Yankton county, southeastern South Dakota, U.S. The city lies along the Missouri River near its confluence with the James River, ...
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Yankton

Yankton and Yanktonnai:see Sioux.
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Yankton

Yankton, city (1990 pop. 12,703), seat of Yankton co., extreme SE S.Dak., on the Missouri River; inc. 1869. A railroad and trade center in an agricultural region, it has grain elevators, creameries, and plants manufacturing metal and marble products, electrical equipment, and feeds. Settled 1858 as ...
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Yankton

Dialect of the American Indian Siouan-Nakota language
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