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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. That place 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 bands from the '70s, 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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The idea of the story had suggested itself to him, we are told, before he had finished its immediate forerunner, "The Last of the Mohicans." He chose entirely new scenes for it, "resolved to cross the Mississippi and wander over the desolate wastes of the remote Western prairies." He had been taking every chance that came of making a personal acquaintance with the Indian chiefs of the western tribes who were to be encountered about this period on their way in the frequent Indian embassies to Washington.
Precaution, 1820; The Spy, 1821; The Pioneers, 1823; The Pilot, 1823; Lionel Lincoln, or the Leaguer of Boston, 1825; The Last of the Mohicans, 1826; The Prairie, 1827; The Red Rover, 1828; Notions of the Americans, 1828; The Wept of Wish-ton-Wish, 1829; The Water-witch,
He tottered down the hill to them, still singing; and when he ceased from lack of breath they called him variously: Santa Claus, Old Christmas, Whiskers, the Last of the Mohicans, and Father Christmas.
It reminded her of the old times when Bert had been with them, singing his songs or ranting about the last of the Mohicans.
In The Prairie (1827) Cooper killed wily scout Natty Bumppo, who first appeared in The Last of the Mohicans (1826), but resurrected him (younger in life) in The Pathfinder (1840) and The Deerslayer, not because he was tired of the social criticism he had been writing during the interval, says Chrostophersen, but in order to writer smarter social critique.
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Who wrote The Last of The Mohicans? A Mark Twain B Bernard Cornwell C Ernest Hemingway D James Fenimore Cooper
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Day-Lewis is bestknown as Hawkeye in Michael Mann's 1992 epic The Last of the Mohicans.
Day-Lewis - who holds British and Irish citizenship - is probably best known for his powerful performance as Hawkeye in Michael Mann's 1992 epic The Last of the Mohicans.
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But, surely the Mohicans had become extinct as a people according to James Fenimore Cooper who wrote the famous adventure novel The Last of the Mohicans set during the 1750s.
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