Alliquippa refers to:

*Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, a city
*Queen Alliquippa, a leader of the Seneca tribe of American Indians

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  • Queen Alliquippa — (d. December 23, 1754) was a leader of the Seneca tribe of American Indians during the early part of the 18th century.Little is known about Alliquippa s early life. Her date of birth has been estimated anywhere from the early 1670s to the early… …   Wikipedia

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