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Yank·ton

 (yăngk′tən)
n. pl. Yankton or Yank·tons
A member of a subdivision of the Nakota people formerly inhabiting northern Minnesota, now located mainly in the eastern Dakotas.
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Hunt and his party were sojourning at the village of the Omahas, three Sioux Indians of the Yankton Alma tribe arrived, bringing unpleasant intelligence.
And the Yanktons, and the burnt-wood Tetons, who live in the elbow of the river, 'with muddy water,' do they not come into the lodges of the Loups and smoke?
Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, the company has additional design and manufacturing facilities in Yankton, South Dakota and Noida, India, with local sales offices in Sacramento, California and Hong Kong.
The new 6204QF was launched at KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens' 2015 National Dealer Conference, held this year in Yankton, S.
With an increased need for capacity, Yankton and Elkhart anticipate full utilization of both presses from day one providing extruded aluminum to customers within the building and construction as well as automotive industries.
CLAYTON WEST siblings Izzy and Adam Carpenter have new world rankings after taking part in the World Youth Archery Championships in Yankton, USA.
I was to attend Yankton College (now a Federal prison) in South Dakota.
Also GTA 5 allowed players to go to Yankton and a (http://www.
She was a graduate of Yankton college and the University of North Dakota.
1 South Dakota hunter Chuck Schoepf shot this tremendous 5x5 in Yankton County during the 2012 rifle season.
Caption: Simone Campbell speaks at Mount Marty College in Yankton, S.
The CUSO said it also moving its production to a processing site in Yankton, S.