Ottawas
Ottawas Ot"ta*was, n. pl.; sing. {Ottawa}. (Ethnol.) A tribe of Indians who, when first known, lived on the Ottawa River. Most of them subsequently migrated to the southwestern shore of Lake Superior. [1913 Webster]

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