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" ... in Albany County, New York, named for Theodore Voorhees, director of the Delaware and Lackawanna Railroad. Waas; mountain in Utah, named for a Ute Indian chief. Wabash; county in Illinois, county, and city in same county, in Indiana, and river traversing... "
The origin of certain place names in the United States - Page 311
by Henry Gannett - 1905 - 334 pages
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1902
...and Illinois, river flowing through both States, and city in Indiana. From the Indian word Uuabache, "cloud borne by an equinoctial wind," or, according...another authority, " white water." Wabasha; county, and city in Name county, in Minnesota, named for an Indian chief of the Sioux Nation. According to another...
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Topographic Development of the Klamath Mountains

Joseph Silas Diller - Geology - 1902 - 69 pages
...and Illinois, river flowing through both States, and city in Indiana. From the Indian word Uuabache, "cloud borne by an equinoctial wind," or, according...another authority, "white water." Wabasha; county, and city in нате county, in Minnesota, named for an Indian chief of the Sioux Nation. According to...
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Bulletin, Issues 196-201

Geology - 1902
...and Illinois, river flowing through both States, and city in Indiana. From the Indian word Uuabache, "cloud borne by an equinoctial wind," or, according...another authority, "white water." Wabasha; county, and city in same county, in Minnesota, named for an Indian chief of the Sioux Nation. According to another...
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Indiana Magazine of History, Volumes 7-8

George Streiby Cottman, Christopher Bush Coleman, Logan Esarey - Indiana - 1911
...built by the Sieur de Vincennes. Wabash : County, river and town, from the Indian word "Ouabache," meaning cloud borne by an equinoctial wind ; or according to another authority, "white water." Wakarusa : Town, named from a stream, the Indian word meaning "thigh deep." Wanatah : Named for an...
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