Definition of Squawmen

1. squawman [n] - See also: squawman



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squawmen

squawkers
squawkier
squawkiest
squawkily
squawkiness
squawking
squawkingly
squawks
squawky
squawl
squawled
squawlike
squawling
squawls
squawman
squawmen (current term)
squawroot
squawroots
squaws
squawweed
squawweeds
squbit
squbits
squeak
squeak by
squeak out
squeak through
squeaked
squeaker
squeakers

Literary usage of Squawmen

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1. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (1902)
"Many of these squawmen have become wealthy by this practice. Under the present system, all squawmen and Indians who have rights on the reservation are ..."

2. My Life as an Indian: The Story of a Red Woman and a White Man in the Lodges by James Willard Schultz (1907)
"One thing the squawmen never succeeded in doing— they were never able to rid the ... Most of the Indians and most of the squawmen carefully tended their ..."

3. Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners to the Secretary of the by Board of Indian Commissioners, United States (1902)
"Under the present system all squawmen and Indians who have rights on the reservation are ... Many of these squawmen have become wealthy by this practice. ..."

4. My Life as an Indian: The Story of a Red Woman and a White Man in the Lodges by James Willard Schultz (1907)
"The men married to Indian women—squawmen, as they were contemptuously called—suffered most, and, strange to say, the wives of the new-comers, not the men, ..."

5. The Formation of the State of Oklahoma (1803-1906) by Roy Gittinger (1917)
"It prepared a memorial setting forth that only the "chiefs, squawmen, and half-breeds'' were in favor of retaining the Indian Territory as it was. ..."

6. The Great Divide: Travels in the Upper Yellowstone in the Summer of 1874 by Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin Dunraven (1876)
"At one end of a large room sat the agent, Dr. Wright, one or two white squawmen,1 the interpreter, and all the rest of us; before us lay spread in tempting ..."

7. The Great Divide: Travels in the Upper Yellowstone in the Summer of 1874 by Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin Dunraven (1876)
"At one end of a large room sat the agent, Dr. Wright, one or two white squawmen,1 the interpreter, and all the rest of us; before us lay spread in tempting ..."

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