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James Beeland "Jim" Rogers, Jr. (born October 19, 1942) is an American businessman, investor and author. He is currently based in Singapore. Rogers is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc. He was the co-founder of theQuantum Fund and creator of the Rogers International Commodities Index (RICI). Rogers does not consider himself a member of any school of economic thought, but has acknowledged that his views best fit the label ofAustrian School of economics.
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He was nice to them. Very well for an Englishman and it was a part of his personal theology.
Crazy Horse Sitting Bull.THAT IS SOOOO WRONG WAT THE PERSON THAT WROTE CRAZY HORSE SITTING BULL THAT ANSWER IS SOO SOO WRONG SOME FAMOUS NATIVE AMERICANS THAT LIVED HERE ARO…UND THE U.S ARE CHEEROKEE'S AND MANY MORE THAT I CANT NAME BUT THERES MORE SO FIND OUT AND GIVE ME AN ANSWER BECAUSE MY PROJET IS DUE ON FRIDAY MARCH,12,2010 CAN SOME ONE PLEASE GIVE ME AN ANSWER get over yourself. maybe you should have already known the info instead of asking for it online. so up yours!
Chris Eska the director of Smoke Signals also NW Indian, Sherman Alexie -famous writer idk what kinda Indian. Leonard Peltier -AIM, Dennis BAnks - AIM, Russell Means - AIM, …Wilma Mankiller -bia, Robin Maxkii - BQR , Barbara Coe - CCIR, Winona LaDuke - WELRP, are all famous Indian activists. Chrystos - Poet Marvin Karlton Rainwater - singer
they were mainly famous for hunting and for they're crops
Yes, Jim Thorpe was part Native American. He was also of European ancestry. He played football, baseball, basketball, and was also an Olympic athlete.
No hes Canadian
Will Rogers A Cherokee-Cowboy, Will Rogers was a popular Native American actor, philanthropist, social commentator, Vaudevillian, comedian, and presidential cand…idate. He was born William Peen Adair Rogers to a well respected and relatively wealthy family, and was often hailed as Oklahoma's favorite son. He knew how to ride horses so well that ended up in the Guinness Book of World Records. His record was for simultaneously throwing three ropes at a horse-one around the horse's rider, one around the neck, and one around all four legs. He appeared in 71 films, and wrote more than 4,000 columns for nationally-syndicated newspapers. In 1935, he died in a plane crash in Barrow, Alaska. View Answer
Native American gold medal winning athlete!
The wolfpack in twilight r mostly native but dey don't relly do nething, robin maxki was on da cover of vivrer dis yer bt she ain't famous lik twilight, Angelina jolie is Indi…an but she don't claim it much, johnny depp is super famnous but i don't think he helps Indians
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The chief's name was definitely not Seattle - his name was really more like Si'alh, Seallh or Sealth (with a complex sound at the end not found in English) but white Americans… could not be bothered to say it properly and settled for an approximation. He was (unusually) a chief of two different tribes: Duwamish and Suquamish. He is credited with making a speech about ecological matters and native American land rights, but this claim may be pure fantasy. The speech he gave in 1854 was entirely in the Lushootseed dialect, translated into Chinook jargon (a mixed dialect used in trade on the west coast). It may then have been translated into English but it was not properly published until 1891, then added to and altered in another version of 1929, then another version in 1931. The original speech is likely to have been misunderstood, mistranslated and embellished or fabricated over time, so what the chief actually said is definitely not known for certain. Despite all this, chief Si'alh was given the twisted compliment of having a city named after him (almost...) in Washington State.
He became famous when he was finally announced as an American politician. He was inspirational to his supporters, thus making him more famous. There are other reasons, but thi…s is the main one.
He was most famous for his investigation of the assassination of President John F Kennedy. His original name was "Earling Carothers Garrison", before he changed it into "Jim …Garrison".