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Wo·vo·ka

 (wō-vō′kə) Also called Jack Wilson. 1858?-1932.
Paiute religious leader who founded the Ghost Dance movement. The movement faded when a number of its followers, thought to have supernatural protection, were massacred at Wounded Knee (1890).
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Wo•vo•ka

(wəˈvoʊ kə)

n.
c1856–1932, Northern Paiute religious leader: revived the ghost dance religion 1889.
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