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Counties in Michigan with Native American names

Mrs. Loachridge

Answer the clue by entering the correct county name into the puzzle.

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3."He who wears puckered shoes." Named for the largest of the Algonquin tribes the ______ also called Ojibwa.
8.Named for the Indian chief, Mecosta
9.Named for the river, its meaning is not positive; ideas include "green river" and "it runs backward and forward"
10.Named after chief Sanilac, according to Huron traditions
12.From the Chippewa word "mashkig" meaning swamp or marsh
14.Named for the river that runs through it, thought to be "Ke-Ken-a-ma-zoo" in Native American. Widely accepted translation is "boiling water."
16.Named for the Ottawa tribe called "Ondatahouats" or "people of the forest" by the Hurons
17.Named for the river "Nantounagon; Ojibwa "onagon" means "dish" or "bowl"
19.Originally "Michilimackinaw"
23.Native American word "Kee-wi-wai-non-ing" meaning "portage"
24.From the Mohawk Iroquuoian work that means either "clear water" or "meeting place"
1.Named for an Ottawa chief who signed treaties in 1831 and 1833
2.From an Iroquoian word "je-nis-hi-yeh" this county's name means "beautiful valley."
4."chief" or "boss" in Ottawa or Ojibwa is "ogima" This county was named after a prominent Saginaw Valley Indian chief who signed the Treaty of 1819.
5.Native American meaning "man" Possibly from the Shawnee "lenawai"
6.From "sace-nong" or "Sak-e-nong" (Sauk Town) because the Sauk once lived there
7.Meaning "a place of ore", this county may have originally been "Chabwegan"
11.Native American people call the area west of Detroit "wash-tenong" meaning further district or "land beyond"
13.Combination of two Ojibwa words, "ossin" (stone) and "muskoda" (prairie)
15.Named for the tribe which lived there, means "rice men" or "rice gatherers"
18.Named for the Seminole Indian chief, Osceola
20.From the name of a Chippewa chief who signed the Saginaw Treaty of 1819, or from a Native American word meaning "much water"
21.Probably comes from the Chippewa "bic" which means "rock"
22.Named by the French in reference to the Native American tribe they called "hure" meaning "head" for the fantastic way they dressed their hair. Named for the lake "Lac des Hurons"

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