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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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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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