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Arkansas got it's name after the native american tribe Quapaw when European explorers met them. their nickname was Arkansaw so that's when they named Arkansas,Arkansas.
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If you takeover payments on your daughter's car without changing the title from her name in Arkansas but live in Texas can you get insurance by being added to her policy in Arkansas?

you can not be added to her policy in the state of Arkansas and live another state and have total possession of the vehicle. you would have to find a company who will let you insure your daughters vehicle in your name. Progressive will do so and i am sure others will too. you just have to research i ( Full Answer )

How did Boone County Arkansas get its name?

According to the Wiki: Boone County was formed from the eastern portion of Carroll County. Contrary to popular belief, it was not named for Daniel Boone. Its original name was Boon , so named because the residents believed it would be a "boon" to all who settled there. The final e was added la ( Full Answer )

How did Arkansas get its name?

The name is from the Quapaw people, Native Americans. It was spelled 'Arkansea', which was pronounced as AR-Kan-Saw. It is now spelled "Arkansas".

How did Arkadelphia Arkansas get its name?

Arkadelphia means "city of the Ark of God". It is said that the Ark of the Covenant is buried or kept somewhere in Arkansas, and therefore it made sense to name one of the cities nearby that place, City of the Ark. Philadelphia means City of Love.

What is the name of the Arkansas baseball team?

Arkansas Travelers Arkansas has two minor league teams. The Arkansas Travelers, located in North Little Rock, AR, are a Double A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The Northwest Arkansas Naturals, located in Springdale, AR, are a Double A affilate of the Kansas City Royals. Also, the ( Full Answer )

Where is Arkansas?

Arkansas is located in the southern region of the United States and it borders Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, and the Mississippi River. The US State of Arkansas is located north of Louisiana. It borders Oklahoma and Texas in the west, and Missouri to its north. Its eastern border is with Mississipp ( Full Answer )

Name all animals native to Arkansas?

Possum, raccoon, coyote, fox, beaver, otter, mink, muskrat, striped skunk, weasel, spotted skunk, deer, squirrel, rabbit, armadillo, bear, wild hogs, elk, a variety of non-poisonous and poisonous snakes, a lot of migratory birds winter here including but not limited to hawks, owls and eagles, ducks, ( Full Answer )

Who was the Arkansas Traveler?

"The Arkansas Traveler" was the state song of Arkansas from 1949 to1963; it has been the state historical song since 1987. The musicwas composed in the 19th century by Colonel Sanford C. 'Sandy'Faulkner.

Why did you decide to use the name Arkansas?

The state of Arkansas is named for the Native American tribe, theQuapaws, who were the first people who lived there. They were alsoknown as the "downstream people".

What is the connections in the names Arkansas and Kansas?

Both names come from American Indian languages and were given tothe areas by the French settlers. Although they both contain"kansas" there is no obvious link. Kansas comes from the SiouxIndian word for "south wind people." The name Arkansas is theFrench interpretation of a Sioux word: acansa, meanin ( Full Answer )

1983-84 Southern Arkansas Muleriders football player Chris Milligan-free safety was he ever named NAIA player of the week?

Yes he was a small, strong & very fast safety who hit with some force. I played a few years with him (UCA) One game he was named NAIA player of the week he had 17 solo tackles, caused 2 fumbles recoverd 1, had a punt return for touchdown & 2 interceptions. This guy was a force in the secondary. He o ( Full Answer )

Is Arkansas the only US state with its name displayed on its flag?

No. A few states rely on symbolism alone like:. Alabama . Alaska . Arizona . Deleware never uses its name but declares its date of Statehood. . Hawaii . Louisiana . Maryland . Massachuetts . New Jersey . New Mexico . Pennsylvania . Rhode Island . South Carolina . Tennesse . Texas. . ( Full Answer )

What Indians was Arkansas name for?

Not sure about the word "Arkansas," but the Ozark Mountain region in the northwest part of the state was named after the original French term "Aux Arcs," meaning "with bows." a reference to the Native American tribes that lived there.

Where did Arkansas get its capitols name from?

Little Rock derives its name from a small rock formation on the south bank of the Arkansas River called la Petite Roche ("the little rock"). The "little rock" was used by early river traffic as a landmark and became a well-known river crossing.

What is the name of Arkansas state song?

Official Songs (2) . "Arkansas (You run Deep in Me)" (1987) and. "Oh, Arkansas" (1987). Official Historic Song . "The Arkansas Traveler" (1987). Official State Anthem . "Arkansas" (1987) (Eva Ware Barnett)

What year was Arkansas capital named?

1722 - a French explorer Jean-Baptise Benard de la Harpe landed by a small rock formation near the Arkansas River, which he named la Petite Roche (the little rock).

Where did Arkansas get its name?

The legendary roman emperor named Arkansias, who ruled from 003-024, was a great military general. He took over after Clauduis died, and went on to construct many great monuments, and especially created the three main aqueducts that serve Rome

How did Possum Grape Arkansas get its name?

Possum grapes grow wild in the area, such is where the name came from. Possum grapes are fruit similar to muscadines, wild plums, dewberries, etc. It is commonly made into jellies and wines.

What can you do in Arkansas?

Well there are many fun things to do in Arkansas like camping, hiking, trout fishing, birding and many more.Arkansas is a natural state of America.

Are there weasels in Arkansas?

Yes there are weasles in Arkansas. The long tailed weasel is a point of concern on the Arkansas mammals list.

What can you get from Arkansas?

There are lots of things you can get from Arkansas. Food, clothes, entertainment supplies, diamonds (fresh from the ground), eduction, alcohol, jobs, anything WalMart sells. That is a pretty vague question.

What are prisons in Arkansas?

Benton Unit . Boot Camp Program . Cummins Unit . Delta Regional Unit . Diagnostic Unit . East Arkansas Regional Unit . Grimes Unit . Hawkins Center for Women . Jefferson County Jail & Correctional Facility . Maximum Security Unit . McPherson Unit . Mississippi County Work Release Center . ( Full Answer )

How did Arkansas get its state?

Arkansas was ruled first by France, then by Spain, and again by France before the territory was purchased by the United States in 1803. Arkansas, under American control, was first a part of the Louisiana Territory and then of the Missouri Territory before it became a separate territory in 1819. Arka ( Full Answer )

Who named Little Rock Arkansas?

Supposedly, it was a French explorer named Jean-Baptisted Benard de la Harpe who settled near a little rock formation on the Arkansas river, and named it (drum-roll, please) Little Rock.

What is the wildlife in Arkansas?

Among others- armadillo, bald eagle, beaver, bobcat, buzzard, copperhead, cottonmouth, coyote, crow, ducks, elk, gopher, groundhog, hawk, hummingbird, hog-nosed snake, mole, opossum, owl, panther, quail, rabbit, raccoon, rattlesnake, red fox, skunk, snapping turtle, ticks, turkey, turtle, wasp, wate ( Full Answer )

What is the battlefield in Arkansas?

There were three major battles in Arkansas during the Civil War. These were at Pea Ridge, Prairie Grove, and Arkansas Post. There was also numerous skirmishes which have no specific battlefield.

How did Arkansas bell hole get its name?

a bell hole is a hole dug in a upside down bell shape around a pipe sunk into the ground so it can be cut or welded. arkansas.... ozarks..... hills..... 45 degree angles..... get it?

What is the origin of the name of Arkansas?

Many place names in our state, including the name of Arkansas (pronounced Ark-an-saw), are French pronunciations of Indian words. At the time of the early French exploration, a tribe of Indians, the Quapaws, lived West of the Mississippi and north of the Arkansas River. The Quapaws, or OO-GAQ-PA, we ( Full Answer )

Where did Saltillo Arkansas get its name?

I believe it got it's name from early settlers from Saltillo Mississippi that set up residency at this location after their wagon broke down on the way to Oklahoma.

If a warranty deed was issued from grandfather to granddaughter in her name alone does her husband have to sign the warranty deed for her to convey the property to her son in Arkansas?

Deeds should be drafted by a professional. Errors made by non-professionals can be costly to correct if they can be corrected. You should have the deed drafted by a professional who is familiar with the conveyancing laws in Arkansas. Deeds should be drafted by a professional. Errors made by non-pro ( Full Answer )

What is little rock Arkansas named for?

European settlers had supplies brought in by river (The Arkansas River). There were two landing sites in the same general area. River boats looked for landmarks to locate where to put in. First there was a large Rock near a small settlement that identified the landing for the settlement. Later anoth ( Full Answer )

What is the name of the mountains that are mostly located in Arkansas?

They are called the Ozark Mountains. They are the remnants of a very old mountain range that has mostly been eroded away. Today, they just look like big hills. The Ouachita Mountains form a major range that consists of ridges and valleys located west central Arkansas and southeastern Oklahoma. Toge ( Full Answer )