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" A tract of forest adjoining was given to the widow of the Indian, Wolf, whose name was applied to the angle of land formed by the junction of the north and south branches of the Chicago river. "Ma-hwa-wa" was the Algonquin word for wolf, so it is the... "
Chicago in picture and poetry - Page 13
by Horace Spencer Fiske - 1903 - 187 pages
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The law of injunctions

Francis Hilliard - Injunctions - 1865 - 597 pages
...Illinois passed July 21, 1837, the canal commissioners were authorized to enlarge the natural basin at the junction of the north and south branches of the Chicago River. And, in order to do this, block No. 7, of canal lots in the city of Chicago, was to be reserved for...
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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit ..., Volume 116

United States. Court of Claims - Law reports, digests, etc - 1902
...the Chicago river. After passing the Klnzie street bride.and the two railroad bridges, and at about the junction of the North and South branches of the Chicago river, the tug blew the usual signal for the Weils street bridge to open. This bridge was 400 feet further...
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The New England Magazine, Volume 6

New England - 1892
...the Jesuit Fathers may well have been, as has been suggested by one of our Chicago antiquarians, " at the junction of the North and South branches of the Chicago River, where the meeting of the three branches formed the natural basin or small lake spoken of." Father St....
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Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, Volume 1

Newton Bateman, Paul Selby - Chicago (Ill.) - 1900 - 608 pages
...been at the present site of Chicago as early as 1794, his house being located on the north side near the junction of the North and South branches of the Chicago River, where he carried on a considerable trade with the Indians. About 1796 he is said to have sold out to...
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Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois

William A. Lorimer - Illinois - 1903 - 798 pages
...been at the present site of Chicago as early as 1794, his house being located on the north side near the junction of the North and South branches of the Chicago River, where he carried on a considerable trade with the Indians. About 1796 he is said to have sold out to...
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Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, Volume 2

Newton Bateman, Paul Selby, Joseph Oscar Cunningham - Champaign County (Ill.) - 1905 - 1060 pages
...there for several years, occupying a log house, which he used as a church and living-room, on "Wolf Point" at the junction of the North and South Branches of the Chicago River. While acting as superintendent of the Fox River mission, his residence appears to have been at Plainfield,...
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Publications of the Illinois State Historical Library, Illinois ..., Issue 11

Illinois State Historical Library - Illinois - 1906
...adjoining was given to the widow of the Indian, Wolf, whose name was applied to the angle of land formed by the junction of the north and south branches of the Chicago river. "Ma-hwa-wa" was the Algonquin word for wolf, so it is the Mohaway Reservation. Somewhere in this general...
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Publication, Issue 11

Illinois State Historical Society - Illinois - 1906
...adjoining was given to the widow of the Indian, Wolf, whose name was applied to the angle of land formed by the junction of the north and south branches of the Chicago river. "Ma-hwa-wa" was the Algonquin word for wolf, so it is the Mohaway Reservation. Somewhere in this general...
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Report of the Dominion Experimental Farms ...

Canada. Experimental Farms Service - Technology & Engineering - 1907
...produce wonderful effects even when the soil .is apparently very poor. Grand Forks. This, our next point, at the junction of the North and South branches of the Kettle river, is in the Boundary district. Here we spent several days visiting the farms and orchards...
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Papers in Illinois History and Transactions

Illinois State Historical Society - Illinois - 1906
...adjoining was given to the widow of the Indian, Wolf, whose name was applied to the angle of land formed by the junction of the north and south branches of the Chicago river. "Ma-hwu-wa" was the Algonquin word for wolf, so it is the Mohaway Reservation. Somewhere in this general...
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