Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 6, Day 4

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Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 6, Day 4

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WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK

2: On this TV series, the whistle that closed the rock quarry sounded when Mr. Slate pulled a string attached to a bird's tail.

4: Instead of the pealess variety popular with basketball officials, referees in this sport often prefer a Canadian-style police whistle.

6: Two-word phrase for a political message meant to be understood only by base supporters, or a tool used by an animal trainer to get the creature's attention.

8: The first whistles used by operators of this mode of transport were mounted to the steam dome and sounded by pulling a cord.

10: The phrase “pipe down” is derived from a whistle command used by this member of the crew to dismiss sailors not on duty.

NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY

3: This leader of Apache raids against both Mexico and the United States was known as Goyaale, “one who yawns,” in his native language.

6: In October, 1877 this Nez Perce chief announced in his surrender message, “From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever.”

9: Colorful anatomical English name for the confederation of nations including the Siksika who sold the mineral rights to what is now Glacier National Park in 1895.

12: Three of the five “civilized tribes” forced out of the American Southeast, primarily during the Jackson and Van Buren administrations.

15: Appropriately, the Lenape, also known by the name of this future state where they first encountered the Dutch, were the first tribe to make a treaty with the United States government.

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 6, Day 4

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Spoiler
2: The Fintstones
4: Football?
6: Dog whistle
8: Locomotive
10: CLAM

3: Geronimo
6: Chief Joseph
9: Blackfoot?
12: Cherokee, Choctaw, Seminole
15: Delaware

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Spoiler
2: Flintstones
4: Football
6: Dog whistle
8: Trains
10: Bosun

3: Geronimo
6: Joseph
9: Blackfoot
12: Cherokee, Seminole, Choktaw
15: Delaware
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WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK

2: Flintstones
4: football
6: dog whistle
8: train
10:

NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY

3: Geronimo
6: Chief Joseph
9: Blackfoot
12: Cherokee ... Seminole ... and clam. Damn.
15: Delaware

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2: Flintstones
4: Hockey
6:
8: Train

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12:
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5. Ouagadougou
10. Antananarivo
15. Oconomowoc (WI)
20. Cheesequake (NJ)
25. Intercourse (PA) {with Blue Ball not far away, or behind}

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Spoiler
2: The Flintstones
4: Football?
6: dog whistle?
8: train
10:bosun?

3: Geronimo
6: Joseph
9: Blackfoot
12: Cherokee Creek Seminole
15: Delaware

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2. The Flintstones
4. Football
6. Dog whistle
8. Steamboat
10. CLAM

3. Geronimo?
6. Chief Joseph
9. CLAM
12. Cherokee, Iroquois, Seminole
15. CLAM

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 6, Day 4

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Spoiler
2. The Flintstones
4. hockey?
6. dog whistle
8. train?
10.

3. Geronimo
6. Joseph
9. Blackfoot
12. Cherokee, Choctaw, Seminole
15. Delaware

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WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK

2: The Flintstones
4: football?
6: dog whistle
8: trains (steam locomotives, to be precise)
10: WAG - first mate?

NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY

3: Geronimo
6: Chief Joseph?
9: Blackfoot
12: Seminole, Cherokee and Chocktaw (sp?)
15: Delaware?

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 6, Day 4

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Spoiler
2: The Flintstones
4: American Football
6:
8: Train
10: Boson

3: Geronimo
6: Joseph
9:
12: Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, Seminole, Creek
15:

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 6, Day 4

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Spoiler
2: flintstones

4: football

6: dog whistle

8: trains

10: bosun


3: geronimo

6: chief joseph

9: blackfoot

12: seminole, choctaw, creek

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Spoiler
2: The Flintstones
4: Hockey
6: clam
8: trains?
10: clammy

3: Geronimo
6: Chief Joseph
9: Blackfoot
12: Seminole, Cherokee, Chickasaw
15: Delaware?
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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 6, Day 4

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WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK

2: The Flintstones
4: (ice) Hockey?
6:
8: Train?
10: Boatswain?

NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY

3: Geronimo
6: Chief Joseph
9: Blackfoot
12:
15:

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WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK
2: The Flintstones
4: Hockey(!?)
6: Dog whistle
8: Railroad
10: Bo'sun

NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY
3: Geronimo
6: Chief Joseph
9: Blackfoot
12: Cherokee, Choctaw, Seminole
15: Deleware
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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 6, Day 4

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Spoiler
2: The Flintstones
4: ice hockey?
6: clam
8: train?
10: clam

3: Geronimo?
6: Chief Joseph
9: clam
12: Seminole, Cherokee, Choctaw
15: Pennsylvania?

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 6, Day 4

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Spoiler
2: The Flintstones
4: hockey
6: dog whistle
8: train
10: CLAM

3: Geronimo
6: CLAM
9: Blackfoot
12: Cherokee, Seminole, Choctaw
15: CLAM

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 6, Day 4

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WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK
2: The Flinstones
4: Lacrosse
6: clam
8: Train
10: clam

NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY
3: Geronimo
6: clam
9: clam
12: Cherokee, Seminole, Choctaw
15: Connecticut

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