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the last of the Mohicans

The final remaining or surviving person or thing of a particular group, kind, or race. Taken from the title of the 1826 novel by James Fenimore Cooper, The Last of the Mohicans. The restaurant is the last of the Mohicans of locally owned restaurants in this area, as every place else has been taken over by global chains. But in terms of true punk-rock bands from the 60s, they may really be the last of the Mohicans.
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the last of the Mohicans

the sole survivor(s) of a particular race or kind.
The Last of the Mohicans is the title of an 1826 novel by James Fenimore Cooper ( 1789–1851 ). The Mohicans, also spelled Mohegans , were an Algonquian people who formerly inhabited the western parts of the US states of Connecticut and Massachusetts.
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Elizabeth Johnson's book Ask the Beasts as Mohican rested there, panting and smiling among new friends.
Oscar Ward,16, who is in |detention at the school for having a Mohican haircut
Mohican social organization consisted of three matriarchal clans; Bear, Wolf, and Turtle, with marriage strictly exogamous (outside one's own clan).
Under the agreement, Mohican Operating LLC's assets include 24 wet natural gas wells and 11,000 lease acres located south of Corpus Christi, Texas in Webb County.
Now racing off a mark of 100, the best is yet to come after only three starts and if there's one horse to break the favourite's hoodoo First Mohican can.
Cecil and owner Henry Ponsonby adopted a patient approach, though, and their faith paid off as First Mohican scored in impressive style over 10 furlongs.
A then unknown hairdresser called Adee Phelan cut off the flowing locks of the England star to create a startling Mohican.
The author contextualizes the two Mohican communities with close attention to geography, economics, politics, social structure, and history, and to the alterations of these dimensions of life brought about by colonial encounters.
Forty-five miles southwest lay the second of these mission towns, Shekomeko, New York, a Mohican town that a few Moravian missionaries found their way to through New York City in 1740.
Both are superproud of their roots and the mohican look, Mr Jones, is very rock and roll.
Known as the Mohican, they referred to themselves as Muhheconnuk.
Chingachgook, a courageous, loyal Mohican Chief, Hawkeye's inseparable friend.
Proceeds of the offering are to be used to finance Star's initial obligations to develop the Mohican River field pursuant to a letter of intent with Terrabyte, LLC.
They arsene's one of a kind How the Gunners boss would look with a Mohican after being labelled the last of the all-powerful managers from front page did not roll out the red carpet, so I could break everything," said the former Lyon and Nice boss, who took over at St Mary's from Ronald Koeman in the summer.
40 Newmarket 1pt win at 9-1 with Hills (8-1 generally) First Mohican 4.