Sauk

[ US /ˈsɔk/ ]
NOUN
  1. a member of the Algonquian people formerly living in Wisconsin in the Fox River valley and on the shores of Green Bay
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How To Use Sauk In A Sentence

  • The next morning we passed a large island, opposite to which on the north is a large and beautiful prairie, called Sauk prairie, the land being fine and well timbered on both sides the river. History of the Expedition Under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clark, to the Sources of the Missouri, Thence Across the Rocky Mountains and Down the River Columbia to the Pacific Ocean
  • He'll have to stomach the invasion of his small little Baraboo in Sauk County as the uncleansed, the unshaven, the Communists, the Marxists, and the all out who-knows-what come for "Fighting Bob Fest. Archive 2005-09-01
  • In Sauk County nobody in my family shot a deer this year. Wisconsin Hunters
  • With their two children grown and gone, Rosie and Bob Clark wanted to create a home within a home at their rambling old summerhouse on New Hampshire's Lake Winnipesaukee.
  • Furthermore, as the Sauk was a stranger, the natural supposition would be that he was an ally of the enemy. Footprints in the Forest
  • When you work in a plant 14, 16 hours a day, you get pretty hungry," said Mr. Cook, owner of Carr Valley Cheese Company, speaking this fall at a company outlet store in Sauk City, Wis. The Reigning Whiz of Artisanal Cheese
  • Beginning with a detailed account of the seasonal changes in rural Sauk County, Wisconsin — the “Sand County” of the title — Leopold assembles otherwise unrelated descriptions and anecdotes in a conservational context. The Eco-Man's Library: Nonfiction
  • A month later, Larry left the foster home and moved in with Marla, who was living in Sauk Centre, Minn. Mother, community search for answers in death of two girls killed in ritual
  • Mississippi valley, has been discovered in Sauk county, Wisconsin. Foreign and Colonial Intelligence
  • It was queer on his part any way," added the youth, following the line of thought forced upon him; "just when we need him the most he is gone; the Sauk is a good fellow, but he can't compare with Deerfoot. Footprints in the Forest
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