Pontiac

(c. 1720-1769) American Indian, chief of the Ottawa from 1755. Allied with the French forces during the French and Indian War (the North American branch of the Seven Years' War), Pontiac was hunted by the British...
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Pontiac

noun famous chief of the Ottawa who led an unsuccessful rebellion against the British (1715-1769)
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Pontiac

(person) American Indian, chief of the Ottawa from 1755. Allied with the French forces during the French and Indian War (the North American branch of the Seven Years' War), Pontiac was hunted by the British after the French withdrawal. He led the `Conspiracy of Pontiac` 1763–...
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Pontiac

[Amtrak station] ===Mordechai Vanunu=== Created FAC from original nomination here. Added by Raul654 on 00:24, 4 May 2004 ...
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Pontiac

[electoral district] Pontiac (formerly known as Pontiac—Gatineau—Labelle) is a federal electoral district in south-western Quebec, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1867 to 1949 and since 1968. From 1980 until 2011, Pontiac was a bellwether electoral district whose electoral winner also was a member...
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Pontiac

[person] Pontiac, or Obwandiyag, (c. 1720 – April 20, 1769) was an Ottawa war chief who became noted for his role in Pontiac`s War (1763–1766), an American Indian struggle against British military occupation of the Great Lakes region and named for him. It followed the British victory in the French and Indian War, the North American fron...
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Pontiac

[provincial electoral district] Pontiac is a provincial electoral district in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes the Aylmer sector of the city of Gatineau as well as the municipalities of Pontiac, Shawville, Fort Coulonge, Sheenboro, Bryson and Waltham. It was created f...
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Pontiac

An Ottawa Indian who formed an unsuccessful 'conspiracy' in 1761-1763, killed at Cohakia, IL in 1796.
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Pontiac

city, seat (1820) of Oakland county, southeastern Michigan, U.S., lying on the Clinton River 25 miles (40 km) northwest of Detroit. Named for Chief ...
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Pontiac

city, seat (1837) of Livingston county, central Illinois, U.S. It lies on the Vermilion River, about 90 miles (145 km) southwest of Chicago. It was ...
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Pontiac

Ottawa Indian chief who became a great intertribal leader when he organized a combined resistance—known as Pontiac`s War (1763–64)—to British power ... [1 related articles]
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Pontiac

Pontiac is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Pontiac

Pontiac, fl. 1760–66, Ottawa chief. He may have been the chief met by Robert Rogers in 1760 when Rogers was on his way to take possession of the Western forts for the English. Although the Native American uprising against the English colonists just after the French and Indian Wars is known as ...
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Pontiac

Pontiac, industrial city (1990 pop. 71,166), seat of Oakland co., SE Mich., on the Clinton River; founded 1818 by promoters from Detroit, inc. as a city 1861. Industries developed early and expanded after the railroad came. Carriage making, important in the 1880s, gave way to the automobile industry...
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Pontiac

The red variety (also New York 4265) is an interspecific new breed between Herbert x Worden ( Concord - openly bloomed ). They are genes of Vitis labrusca and Vitis vinifera contain. The intersection of hybrid took place in 1903 by the breeder SA Beach at the vine breeding institute of the Cornell University in Geneva in the US state of New York. N...
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Pontiac

[n] - famous chief of the Ottawa who led an unsuccessful rebellion against the British (1715-1769)
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