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Literary usage of Squawman
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. My Life as an Indian: The Story of a Red Woman and a White Man in the Lodges by James Willard Schultz (1907)
"Without the squawman, I do not know what the Blackfeet would have done in the making of their treaties with the Government; in getting rid of agents, ..."
2. Representative Plays by American Dramatists by Montrose Jonas Moses (1921)
"A marked illustration of this now before the public is Edward Milton Royle's "squawman," recently at Wallack's Theatre. The dramatist has caught his picture ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1894)
"He was naturally a bit "tough," being originally from the backwoods of Maine, and now what is known as a " squawman," the father of half-a-dozen half-breed ..."
4. My Life as an Indian: The Story of a Red Woman and a White Man in the Lodges by James Willard Schultz (1907)
"... joins in their religious ceremonies; and as a squawman lives the Indian life. BERRY—A mixed-blood Indian trader, born on the upper Missouri River; ..."
5. Estudios entomológicos y parasitológicos by John Edwin Bakeless, Francis Peloubet Farquhar, David R. Iriarte, Justus Liebig, John Blyth (1863)
"The Canadian traders had been working on the shifty squawman, even inviting him to return to Canada with them, the result being that he suddenly demanded ..."