What is a tausala Samoa?
A taro that used to grow in samoa,well started in samoa but unable to grow in samoa anymore. but its now in fiji but it is still called the tausala samoa.
it is called western Samoa because Samoa is divided into two parts, American Samoa and western Samoa. After colonialism came to Samoa, America took control of Eastern Samoa which adapted the name "American Samoa". While Germany (and later NZ) took control of Western Samoa, who then took on the name "Western Samoa". No called SAMOA. The nation dropped the "western" in 1997.
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no, Samoa was originally known as Western Samoa. American Samoa belongs to America, and Samoa has been independent since 1962.
American Samoa and Western Samoa (now known as Samoa).
I dont know if Samoa Joe was actually born in Samoa, but I do know that he is of Samoan descent. He wasn't born in samoa.
No they are 2 different countries. American Samoa is an American territory. Samoa is an independent nation.
No. Samoa is an independent nation while American Samoa is an American overseas territory. Germans and American feuded over Samoa. The territory was eventually split into two: Western (or German) Samoa and Eastern (or American) Samoa. Western Samoa eventually became independent while Eastern Samoa still remains an American territory.
No the capital of American Samoa is Pago Pago. Apia is the capital of Samoa
They are the same in that Samoans in American Samoa and Samoa (once Western Samoa) have the same heritage. However, American Samoa is a US territory while Samoa is an independent nation. So they are in effect two different countries.
Do you mean Samoa or American Samoa? If you mean Samoa, then the distance is 889kms or 552miles. If you mean American Samoa, then the distance is 937.8kms or 582.7miles.
Samoa and American Samoa
Samoa and American Samoa
Samoa is not and never has been a part of the U.S. You are mistaking Samoa for "American Samoa".
American Samoa is a Trust Territory of the US, not Samoa, which was formerly Western Samoa.
If you mean the two countries, they are Samoa (formerly known as Western Samoa) and American Samoa or Tutuila, known also as Eastern Samoa.
No one purchased Samoa. Samoa belongs to Samoans.
Samoa is part of Oceania.
Amerika Samoa (American Samoa)
Samoa P.S I dont know what a Samoa is.
Samoa and American Samoa
"Alu Samoa" or "O Samoa".
Pago Pago The capital of Samoa is NOT Pago Pago. That is the capital of American Samoa. The capital of Samoa is APIA.
No, Samoa is not a part of the US, it is an independent country. Well depends on which one, it's separated. There's Western Samoa and then there's American Samoa. Western Samoa likes to call themselves Samoa. Kinda confusing.
Samoa does not have a president. Instead Samoa has a Prime Minister. The current prime minister of Samoa is Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi.
Children of Samoa = Tamaiti o Samoa.
"Hero of Samoa" or "Warrior of Samoa"
The population of Samoa (not American Samoa) is approximately 183,081. (2012)
It used to be one whole country. Samoa. Until world war I when the US occupied American Samoa for its naval base in Pago Pago, and Western Samoa was occupied by Germany, and then NZ. Now, Samoa (no longer called Western Samoa) is an independent country, whereas American Samoa is still a US territory (but is governed by Samoan representatives and a Samoan Governor). So now there is American Samoa and Samoa.
Can you make sense? Samoa's a country, and the US got American Samoa from the country of [Actual] Samoa, maybe? Eastern Samoa and Western Samoa (as they were referred to in colonial times) were all one country to begin with. During the 1st world war, America occupied American Samoa and Germany occupied Western Samoa. So I suppose you're right 187baby, the US got (part) of Samoa from Samoa.
Western Samoa was the colonial name for Samoa, which is an independent country separate from the US territory of American Samoa. The population of Samoa in early 2012 was estimated at 183,000.
Previous names: * Samoa ~ 1900-1914 * Western Samoa ~ 1914-1997 * Samoa ~ 1997-present
yes it is actually. the top of Samoa is called Samoa and the bottom of Samoa is called Upolu.
Apia is the capital of Samoa. It is no longer called Western Samoa.
No. Samoa is not a territory of the U.S. Only American Samoa is.
The motto of American Samoa is 'Samoa, Let God Be First'.
Samoa used to be known as Western Samoa when it was owned by Germany until 1962 when it became its own independent nation.
Brett came 4th in survivor Samoa Mick came 3rd in survivor Samoa Russell came 2nd in survivor Samoa Natalie came 1st in survivor Samoa
Yes. It is the capital of Samoa. The capital of American Samoa is Pago Pago.
No Samoa Joe and Umaga are not family. But they both come from Samoa.
No. It is a territory of the United States of America. Samoa is a country, but American Samoa is not.
The Independent State of Samoa (more commonly known as Samoa) is indeed a full country. This is separate to American Samoa, which is under US protection.
American Samoa and Samoa are basically 2 different countries with governing leaders for each. American Samoa is still an unofficial U.S territory while Samoa is an independent country.
there are 2 kinds Samoa.Western Samoa and American Samoa,Western Samoan has no native bird only American Samoa does.American Samoa's native bird is a Eagle ( There is an Eagle on the American Samoa flag )
???.... You did not "purchase" Samoa. Samoa is an independent state and was never even occupied by the U.S! If you're talking about American Samoa, then that's different. You didnt purchase American Samoa either though. The U.S occupied American Samoa for the naval base in Pago Pago.
America never had control of Samoa. Unless your talking about American Samoa. In that case, American Samoa is still U.S territory.
The President of American Samoa is Barrack Obama, the governor of American Samoa is Togiola
No, Samoa is much too small to be considered a continent. Samoa is a country in Australia & Oceania.