Keokuk


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Ke·o·kuk

 (kē′ə-kŭk′) 1790?-1848.
Sauk leader who aided the United States in the Black Hawk War (1832) and negotiated peace between his people and the Lakota (1837).
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Noun1.Keokuk - Sauk leader who aided the United States against Black Hawk (1790-1848)Keokuk - Sauk leader who aided the United States against Black Hawk (1790-1848)
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