Wyandotte

Islanders, a tribe called Hurons by the French, lived from Quebec to Green Bay, WI.
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Wyandotte

(from the article `Kansas City`) Present-day Kansas City was formed by the consolidation of eight separate towns. The earliest, Wyandotte, was bought from an Indian tribe, laid out ...
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Wyandotte

(from the article `poultry farming`) ...has good size and meat quality and is a good layer. The White Plymouth Rock, a variety of the Barred Plymouth Rock, has white plumage and is ...
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Wyandotte

city, Wayne county, southeastern Michigan, U.S., on the Detroit River, just southwest of Detroit. Settled about 1820, it was laid out in 1854 on the ...
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Wyandotte

The Wyandotte is a breed of chicken.
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Wyandotte

Wyandotte (wī'undot) , industrial city (1990 pop. 30,938), Wayne co., SE Mich., a suburb of Detroit on the Detroit River; inc. as a city 1867. Salt deposits there supply the city's extensive chemical industry. Other manufactures include pharmaceuticals and machinery. Bessemer steel (see Be...
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