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A wigwam is single-room Native American dwelling.
Wigwam may also refer to:
- The Wigwam, nickname for Braves Field
- The Wigwam, nickname for Jacobs Field
- Wigwam (Chicago), 1860 National Republican Convention Headquarters in Chicago, Illinois, USA
- The Wigwam, former name of the National Union Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
- Wigwam Inn, outstation and former resort and fishing lodge at the Indian Arm fjord in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- Wigwam Point, location of Annisquam Harbor Light in the Annisquam neighborhood of Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA
- Wigwam River, tributary of the Elk River that flows through Montana, USA and British Columbia, Canada
- Paddy's Wigwam, nickname for Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool, Merseyside, England
- Anderson High School Wigwam, indoor arena in Anderson, Indiana, USA
- Wigwam (DuBois, Pennsylvania), the family home of Major Israel McCreight in Du Bois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania
- Wigwam (Chula, Virginia), a historic home near Chula, Amelia County, Virginia
Companies and brands
- Wigwam Mills, manufacturer of socks & headwear
- Wigwam Motel, Route 66 landmarks
- Wigwam Stores Inc., defunct department store chain
- WigWam (duo), a 2006 British duo as a collaboration between Betty Boo and Alex James
- Wigwam (Finnish band), a Finnish progressive rock band active from 1968 onwards
- Wig Wam, a Norwegian retro glam metal band founded in 2001
- "Wigwam" (Bob Dylan song), a song by Bob Dylan from the 1970 studio album Self Portrait
- "Wigwam", a song by Sonny Stitt and Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis from the 1955 album Jazz at the Hi-Hat
- "Wigwam", a song by Chick Corea from the 1999 album Change
- "Wigwam", a song by Beady Eye from the 2011 album Different Gear, Still Speeding
- Operation Wigwam, underwater nuclear bomb test
- The Wigwam, c. 1847 burletta by Shirley Brooks
- Wigwam, a local lodge of the Improved Order of Red Men
- Wigwam burner, wood waste burner
- "Wig-Wam Bam", 1972 song by Sweet
- The Wigwam Murder, August Sangret
- All pages beginning with "wigwam"
- All pages with titles containing "wigwam"
- Tipi, the portable home of the Plains Indians
- Wig (disambiguation)
- Wam (disambiguation)
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