No they are 2 different countries. American Samoa is an American territory. Samoa is an independent nation.
It is in the South Pacific Ocean. Near 170 degrees west longitude and 14 degrees south latitude.
American Samoa became a U.S. territory on April 17, 1900
There are five white, five-pointed stars on the blue representing the constellation the Southern Cross, which is a prominent constellation of the southern hemisphere. The five stars symbolize the constellation the Southern Cross, representing the stars Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Epsilon, which is...
If you live close to school, you walk. If you live far away from school, you travel by public transport, otherwise, you get chauffered to school by mum, dad or one of the family.
Samoans eat the same food just like other people do from anywhere else in the world.
Samoans have all types of hair like any other race, and that was how God made them.
\nYou can go either through New Zealand OR fly to Nadi and go form there. If you are already in Western Samoa, Apia you can fly out from there.
total control of the Sa,oan Islands
The Tuiga is a samoan head-dress. It is worn by high chiefs of the village. It is also worn by the taupo ( daughter of chief) or manaia (son of chief). It is worn during all traditional events.
Yes. Troy Polamalu is of Samoan descent.
Read in Samoan is "Faitau".
Beauce white sunday is one of the special event in the samoan culture. Its the special ceremony for each one of you especially the childrens. This is the way why samoan people may have their christchian ways. They beleive in God and that why they celebrate White Sunday and become a Samoan culture...
NO! Argentina is a country in South America, next to Brazil.
Missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) first arrived in American Samoa in 1843. They set up a mission headquarters near Apia. The first official congregation in Samoa was set up in Pago Pago in 1893. Within the next decade, over 11 more...
No, he is New Zealand European.
You probably mean Yokozuna.
MaximusTanielu is president oh yeah really! He is a awsome president. I am from Samoa.
Yes, it is Samoan, and the translation is, "He/she is overly, overly handsome/pretty".
Talo (taro), fa'i (bananas), ta'amu (I don't know the English name), yam (ufi)
samoans live in either American Samoa or wester Samoa. Samoans usually live in huts or regular houses like the ones today.
His father is Samoan and his mother is Jamaican.
I'm goin'. groan, loan The Americcan Samoan went to get a car loan but when he saw the interest rate it made him groan. sorry
Salmons swim around and try to find food and aviod getting caught by predadors such as humans and animals. They go up their river to spawn and after they spawn they go back down their river backward to their old home and they die shortly after their arival. ummmmmmmmm DRY!!! its Samoan not salmons...
CURRENTLY: U.S. citizens need to present either (a) a passport, passport card (available in spring 2008), or WHTI-compliant document; or (b) a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license, along with proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate. .
LATER: On June 1, 2009, the...
The distance from Pago Pago, American Samoa, to Auckland, New Zealand, is 1,795 air miles. That equals 2,889 kilometers or 1,560 nautical miles.
Samoan Flag Meaning: The red base represents courage. The blue stands for freedom and the white represents purity. The five stars symbolize the constellation the Southern Cross, representing the stars Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Epsilon, which is smaller because it doesn't shine as brightly as...
samoan spelling test liusuavai faamalulu faavevela faamafanafana atunuu faaaloalo faifeau lalolagi nofoaga vanimonimo
The longest river in Australia is the Murray river (part of the Murray-Darling river system, the largest in Australia) which defines the NSW/Victoria border.
Yes it is. It's located to the east of Samoa and North east of New Zealand.
Like anywhere else in the world, villages are considered where one is from. It's a sense of identity, community and family. Samoa have villages for these reasons (and more)