Definition of Kinkaider
: a settler on free land in Nebraska under terms of the Kinkaid Act in 1904 which allowed each bona fide settler 640 acres upon payment of a filing fee of 14 dollars the place Kinkaiders make their home and prairie chickens freely roam — Carl Sandburg
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Origin and Etymology of kinkaider
Moses P. Kinkaid †1922 American congressman + English -er
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