Definition of Fox river
1. Noun. A river in Wisconsin that flows into Lake Michigan.
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Literary usage of Fox river
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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1885)
"Assuming tbat without special legislation the fox river would not be part of the "public navigable waters of the United States," under the decisions of this ..."
2. Memoirs, Official and Personal: With Sketches of Travels Among the Northern by Thomas Loraine McKenney (1846)
"Encampment at Rash lake—Windings of the fox river—Major Whistler and Ro- lette—A successful mediation—Remarkable celestial phenomenon—An omen —The snake and ..."
3. Affordable Housing Through Historic Preservation: A Case Study Guide to by Susan M. Escherich, William F. Delvac, Bridget Hartman (1995)
"The Lincoln, Fox, and Ravine Mills, a complex of three cream-colored brick buildings, have dominated the banks of the fox river since their construction in ..."
4. United States Statutes at Large: Containing the Laws and Concurrent by United States (1846)
"On the east side of Green Bay, fox river, and Winnebago lake; beginning at ... And on the west side of fox river as follows : beginning at the mouth of Fox ..."
5. Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties by Charles Joseph Kappler (1904)
"... by their delegates in council, this day, define the boundaries of their country as follows, to wit; On the east side of Green Bay, fox river, ..."
6. Tour of the American Lakes, and Among the Indians of the North-west by Calvin Colton (1833)
"AN ACCOUNT OF THE STOCKBRIDGE SETTLEMENT ON fox river. FROM Mr. Williams's, and in his company, I proceeded the next day up fox river, about ten miles ..."
7. A History of Norwegian Immigration to the United States from the Earliest by George Tobias Flom (1909)
"CHAPTER IX Growth of the fox river Settlement. The Immigration of 1836. Further Personal Sketches. On page fifty-five above I spoke of the advance troop of ..."