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waconda

(wɑːˈkɒndə) or

wahconda

n
(in Native American culture) the supreme spirit
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He was also a lover of the outdoors, often taking duck and pheasant hunting trips, and spending time casting a fishing line at Lake Waconda with his brother-in-law, Wayne.
Gten Elder Reservoir: Located in northern Kansas near Waconda Lake, Glen Elder has an excellent stand of the plants ducks love to feed on.
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I met Josephine Waconda about 10 years ago at a public health meeting in Santa Fe and immediately knew she was a nursing legend.
Josephine Waconda was a member of the Laguna-Isleta tribes.
RADM Waconda received numerous honors including: NM Commission on the Status of Women, Outstanding Service Award from St John's College, Outstanding Service Medal, Secretary's Award for Distinguished Service, Distinguished Alumni Award from UNM, Outstanding Native American Award from the Department of Energy, and named in "Who's Who" as Outstanding Native American Women.
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