Assiniboine in a sentence

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It was observed at a reunion of the Sioux, and of the Assiniboines and the Crees, three friendly tribes.
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The Crees, displaying their characteristic horsemanship, came in groups; the Assiniboines with their curious pompadour well covered with red paint.
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At last, he stopped behind a pretty Assiniboine maiden of good family and said: "I am sorry, but according to custom, you should not be here.
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It is to be called Fort Assiniboine.
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Several young officers came down from Fort Assiniboine to assist as ushers, and there were at the post four girls from Helena.
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I have seen it in use among seven or eight Dakota sub-tribes, among the Iowas, Otoes, and Pawnees, and among the Black-feet, Crows, Assiniboines, and Crees.
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Crossing the river at Poplar Ridge, he looked out of the window at the pleasant farmyard of one of the old settlers on the Assiniboine; a fine brick house, with wide verandahs, an automobile before the door, a barnyard full of cackling hens, with a company of fine fat steers in an enclosure-a pleasing picture of farm life, which filled his imagination.
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Through the opening in the trees, they would see the slow running Souris, on which the sunshine glinted, making its easy way to join its elder brother, the Assiniboine, on the long, long march to the sea.
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Examples of Assiniboine

Example #1
In his "Indian Boyhood," that brilliant Sioux author, Dr. Charles Alexander Eastman, great-grandson of Cloudman or Man-of-the-sky, that potential friend of the missionaries in pioneer days at Lake Calhoun, graphically describes it thus:- "One bright summer morning, while we were still at our meal of jerked buffalo meat, we heard the herald of the Wahpeton band upon his calico pony as he rode round our circle.
Example #2
THE MAIDENS' FEAST Of the many peculiar customs of the Indians in the long ago, perhaps the most unique was the annual "feast of Maidens.
Example #3
The various bands of Sioux all carefully observed the traditional peculiarities of dress and behavior.
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There was never a more gorgeous assembly of its kind than this one.
Example #5
With a steady step, he passed by the chaperons, and approached the maidens' circle.
Example #6
Soon a tall youth emerged from the throng of spectators and advanced toward the circle.