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Term: Ouinipegouek

Definition:

early French phoneticization of "Winnebago," used both for the Ho-Chunk people and for Green Bay in some early French documents.

View pictures relating to Ho-Chunk Indians at Wisconsin Historical Images.

[Source: The Jesuit Relation for 1659-60 (v. 45) at Turning Points in Wis. History (www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/)]
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