Mohawk

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Mohawk may refer to:

Related to Native Americans[edit]

  • Mohawk people, an indigenous people of North America (Canada and New York)
  • Mohawk language, the language spoken by the Mohawk people
  • Mohawk hairstyle, from a hairstyle once thought to have been traditionally worn by the Mohawk people
  • Mohawk people (Oregon), a band of the Kalapuya Native American tribe in the U.S. state of Oregon

Places[edit]

Communities[edit]

Lakes, rivers and waterfalls[edit]

Other[edit]

United States
Canada

Ships[edit]

  • USS Mohawk, three US Navy ships, as well as Coast Guard and Revenue cutters and a navy reserve tug
  • HMS Mohawk, thirteen ships of the Royal Navy
  • Mohawk, a wooden steamboat once known as the Inland Flyer

Aircraft[edit]

In business[edit]

In music[edit]

  • Essra Mohawk (born 1947), American singer-songwriter
  • Frazier Mohawk (born 1941), American record producer and husband of Essra Mohawk
  • The Mohawks, a band fronted by composer Alan Hawkshaw
  • Mohawk, a jazz tune composed by Charlie Parker appearing on the 1950 album Bird & Diz

In transportation[edit]

Roads and raceways[edit]

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]