Definition of Menominis
1. menomini [n] - See also: menomini
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Menominis
Literary usage of Menominis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Calendar of the Sir William Johnson Manuscripts in the New York State Library by New York State Library, Richard Edwin Day, University of the State of New York (1909)
"[Draft of 24:210] 24:209 17 A meeting with menominis from La Bay, at which they recite to Johnson their friendly action and ask consideration. ..."
2. Traditional Ojibwa Religion and Its Historical Changes by Christopher Vecsey (1983)
"They and their closest neighbors, the Ottawas, Crees, Potawatomis and menominis, constituted what anthropologists today call a culture cluster. ..."
3. Notes on the Northwest, Or Valley of the Upper Mississippi by Wm J A Bradford (1846)
"... and, to the north of that river, the menominis, who remain there to this day; and, between there and Lake Superior, some of the Chippewa bands. ..."
4. Christian Missions: Their Agents, and Their Results by Thomas William M. Marshall (1864)
""I am satisfied," adds Mr. Bradford, "that at least one quarter of the annuity paid to the menominis is collected by traders, at the annuity payment, ..."
5. Boys' Book of Indian Warriors and Heroic Indian Women by Edwin Legrand Sabin (1918)
"Here, seated in a large circle, were Ottawas, Ojibwas, Sacs, Potawatomis, Wyandots, Senecas, Miamis, Shawnees, Foxes, Delawares, menominis—all intent for ..."