Keokuk

city, Lee county, extreme southeastern Iowa, U.S. It lies along the Mississippi River (bridged to Hamilton, Illinois) at the mouth of the Des Moines ...
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Keokuk

Keokuk (kē'ukuk) , c.1780–1848, Native American, chief of the Sac and Fox, b. near present-day Rock Island, Ill. When Black Hawk supported the British in the War of 1812, Keokuk refused to join him, thereby gaining recognition and support from the U.S. government. After Black Hawk's ...
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Keokuk

Keokuk, city (1990 pop. 12,451), seat of Lee co., extreme SE Iowa, on the Mississippi River at the foot of the Des Moines River rapids and in a farm area; inc. 1847. Its industries focus on food processing and packaging (turkeys, dairy items, grain products), and metal products are manufactured. The...
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Keokuk

Sauk Indian orator and politician who became chief by ceding Indian lands to win white support and by rallying opposition to his own tribe`s ... [2 related articles]
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keokuk

The Keokuk Limestone is named for Keokuk, Lee County, Iowa. At the type locality about 70 feet of Keokuk Limestone overlying the Burlington Limestone is well exposed along Soap Creek and in the Mississippi River bluff near the mouth of the creek. Like the Burlington, the Keokuk is primarily a biocalcarenite. In the type region the lower 30 feet is ...
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Keokuk

[n] - American Sauk leader (1790-1848)
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