Wawaka may refer to several locations in the United States:
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Noble County is a county located in the U.S. state of Indiana. As of 2010, the population was 47,536. The county seat is Albion. The county is divided into 13 townships which provide local services.
Ford Christopher Frick was an American sportswriter and baseball executive. After working as a teacher and as a sportswriter for the New York American, he served as public relations director of the National League (NL), then as the league's president from 1934 to 1951. He was the third Commissioner of Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1951 to 1965.
The East Branch Delaware River is one of two branches that form the Delaware River. It is approximately 75 mi (121 km) long, and flows through the U.S. states of New York and Pennsylvania. It winds through a mountainous area on the southwestern edge of Catskill Park in the Catskill Mountains for most of its course, before joining the West Branch along the northeast border of Pennsylvania with New York. For a long stretch it serves as the Blue Line, the park's boundary. Much of it is paralleled by state highway NY 30.
Rocha Chimera is a Kenyan writer. He received the Noma Award in 2000 for Ufundishaji wa Fasihi: Nadharia na Mbinu. Chimera holds a B.Ed. and M.A. from Kenyatta University, and a Ph.D. from Ohio University. He is Professor of Swahili and former chair of the Dept. of Languages and Linguistics at Egerton University. Currently, he is the Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Pwani University college, Kilifi Kenya.
Halcottville station, MP 53.0 on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad (U&D), served the hamlet of Halcottville. In 1932, the U&D became the Mountain Division of the New York Central Railroad. In addition to the station, the U&D constructed a large ice-house here and stored ice from Lake Wawaka. A tiny steamboat, also named Wawaka, plied the lake during the summer months drawing visitors from up and down the line who rode the boat and picnicked on the shores of Lake Wawaka. Halcottville boasted a hotel, two creameries, an early electric light plant, several stores, a post office, dance hall, school, and several churches. There were also numerous boarding houses in the area.
The Elkhart River is a 48.3-mile-long (77.7 km) tributary of the St. Joseph River in northern Indiana in the United States. It is almost entirely contained in Elkhart County. It begins as the South Branch Elkhart River from Port Mitchell Lake and the North Branch Elkhart River from Waldron Lake and merge to form the Elkhart River west of Wawaka, Indiana. It flows generally westward through Benton and then turns northward. It then flows through Bainter Town and Waterford Mills into the Goshen Dam Pond. From there it flows northwest through Goshen, Dunlap and Elkhart. It flows into the St. Joseph River at Island Park just north of downtown Elkhart.
Elkhart Township is one of thirteen townships in Noble County, Indiana, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 2,065 and it contained 826 housing units.
Waka is an unincorporated community in western Ochiltree County, Texas, United States. It lies along State Highway 15 southwest of the city of Perryton, the county seat of Ochiltree County. Its elevation is 3,045 feet (928 m). Although Waka is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 79093; the ZCTA for ZIP code 79093 had a population of 76 at the 2000 census.
Ó hEidirsceoil is a Gaelic Irish clan who were rulers of the Dáirine sept of the Corcu Loígde until the Earl Modern period. The name is most prominent in County Cork and County Kerry. Their ancestors were Kings of Munster until the rise of the Eóganachta in the 7th century. At the start of the 13th century, three prominent branches of the family came into existence; Ó hÉidrisceoil Mór, Ó hÉidrisceoil Óg and Ó hÉidrisceoil Bhéarra. The Ó prefix was dropped by many in the Ireland of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Halcottsville is a hamlet in the town of Middletown, Delaware County, New York, United States, on the south shore of Wawaka Lake. It was named for John Halcott (1758-1831), a Revolutionary War soldier from Delaware County. He resided with his son Thomas in Halcottsville until his demise. Halcottsville is located on the East Branch Delaware River and New York State Route 30 5.6 miles (9.0 km) northeast of Margaretville. Halcottsville has a post office with ZIP code 12438. The hamlet has a stop on the excursion Delaware & Ulster Railroad which originates in nearby Arkville and extends north to the village of Roxbury.
Ann Garman [Hosted] is a former All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player. Listed a 5' 6", 140 lb., Garman batted and threw right handed. She was born in Avilla, Indiana.
Wawaka Lake is a small lake by Halcottsville in Delaware County, New York. It is located north-northeast of Margaretville. The East Branch Delaware River flows through the lake.