Susquehannock

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Sus·que·han·nock

 (sŭs′kwə-hăn′ək)
n. pl. Susquehannock or Sus·que·han·nocks
1. A member of a Native American people formerly located along the Susquehanna River in New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. The Susquehannock were extinct by 1763. Also called Conestoga, Susquehanna.
2. The Iroquoian language of the Susquehannock.
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Holcomb (city planner, Baltimore Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation) pens this updated edition outlining the history of northeast Baltimore from its use as a hunting ground for the Susquehannocks through its days as a rural retreat for Baltimore merchants and into the modern day as a diverse city suburb, outlining an American transition from settlement to suburb.