What is a state that conquers other lands and then rule them called?
States that have done this are known as colonisers.
The motto of Cairns State High School is 'Who Conquers Oneself Conquers All'.
Illinois is called the Prairie State because it has open spaces with flat lands and crop lands. You can grow anything from corn, wheat, barley, and more. It's also called the grain producing bucket of the world.
Oklahoma's state motto is Labor Omnia Vincit. That means "Labor Conquers All Things." (also rendered as "Hard work conquers all", a reference to the early pioneers)
"Labor conquers all". (In the form Labor omnia vincit, or "hard work conquers all", it is the state motto of Oklahoma.)
they didn't like the Athens because they the other city state pay them money and give them lands for colonies.
They were called "Okies", because a large percentage of the refugees were farmers from the prairie lands in the State of Oklahoma.
There is no state in the middle of public lands. There are public lands IN states.
Labor Omnia Vincit "Labor Conquers All Things"
Sarah Opendi Achieng is the Minister of State for Lands for Uganda.
California State Lands Commission was created in 1938.
Oregon Department of State Lands was created in 1859.
The name of Uganda's State Minister for Lands is Aidah Nantaba.
A state forest is a forest that is protected by an agency in either a sovereign state or the US. State forest lands are usually open to camping and other outdoor recreational activities.
The motto of the state of Oklahoma is Labor omnia vincit, which is Latin for "Hard work conquers all." This is a reference to the early pioneers of the territory.
Oklahoma State had the most indian-held lands in 1894.
The "breadbasket of Europe" refers to the fertile lands of Ukraine, a sovereign state in Eastern Europe. Its capitol city is Kiev .
It is an ocean embayment of the western Atlantic that touched the shores of the seventeenth century colonial settlements on Rhode Island, Roger William's settlement at Providence Plantations, and other Native American lands, notably including the Narragansett tribe, lands now collectively referred to as the state of Rhode Island or the "Ocean State."
lands heads up
the Bluebonnet is it Texas state flower but I do not know the other names for it
The state was formed from lands ceded by Georgia and South Carolina and lands purchased in part from the Native American as the Mississippi Territory and organized on 7 April 1798.
It has more salmon than any other state
Start with a phone call to local government, That is in charge of BLM lands, & State Lands.
Same in what way? There is only one state called Nevada...
Texas was then a country and had debts. The United States paid the debts if Texas ceeded lands in dispute with other territories.
It can be called the northernmost of the southern States because it is in spirit a truelySouthern State or it can be called a Mid-Atlantic State which it is geographically.
It is primarily the Federal and State/Provincial Government's responsibility to make the laws and rules about government lands.
The only modern state that is made up of lands from the Indian Territory is Oklahoma.
There are no state or federal Indian lands (reservations) in the state of Indiana.
A state of everlasting peace is called nirvana. This is a belief with its origins in Buddhism. It has spread to other secular religions.
I understand the badlands to be in South Dakota.
The state not subjecting to any authority is called an autonomous state. It has the determining authority regarding fiscal,administrative, law and order and other spheres and no interference from any other authority is entertained.
Freddy kruger is from the same good old state of ohio! his main roaming lands!
It means "Work conquers all". The state motto for Oklahoma is Labor omnia vincit (Hard work conquers all), a reference that especially applies to the difficulties in farming in much of the state. It was originally on the territorial seal as well, reflecting the work ethic of its pioneers. The phrase originally appeared in the poet Virgil's Georgics in the form Labor omnia uicit improbus , or "hard work overcomes all things", which supported Augustus… Read More
The lands were held by the Indians at the time of removal (Indian Removal Act 1830-1839). Because many of these Indians were plantation owners with large fields and slaves to work them, politicians in that area convinced them to accept 'state citizenship' and avoid the removal act. Those lands were later called reservation lands if they were within 100 miles of a line drawn on a map.
Maryland wanted balance of power, so they'd know if one state was expanded or if one stayed the same.
There are a few nicknames that are given to the state of Maryland. These include the Free State, Old Line State, and Little America.
the pawnee nation is located in the red lands of the state of Oklahoma.
a city and the agricultural lands surrounding it
Give all of the public lands to the us
The Homestead Act
State, University, a cocktail
It is illegal to remove a saguaro on public lands, unless your a utility company or such with other rights. however on private property you need a permit from the state agriculture department.
None you're an idiot. Its called Oregon. There is no state called origin, and if there were it would be Origin (capitalized "O"). In other words you are really stupid.
In the years between World War I and II, Japan created a puppet state in Manchuria and was interested in gaining power in other Asian countries. They very aggressively pursuing these tactics.
Internal desynchronization A state when biological rhythms are not in phase with each other
The parallel of 60Â° north latitude spends about 960 miles crossing a small part of the lands and waters of Alaska. No part of any other state is at that latitude.