What is one native American tribe name?
Bozho is one of the native american tribe name
One Native American tribe is the Xavante of the Mato Grosso area of Brazil. There are around 10,000 of them, today. See links below for images:
There was more than one Native American tribe that was forced to move west on the trail of tears. BUT the most known and biggest tribe was the Cherokee tribe.
There are MANY Native American languages. Each tribe has its own language. So there is no one translation for any name or word. You would have to ask what the name is in a particular Native American language, like for instance, Cherokee, or Apache, or Cree, or Dakota, or Mohawk, or Navajo, and on and on.
From the name of one American Native tribe occupying the northern part of that State, which was a member of a confederacy of Algonquian tribes.
one of them is the Chattanooga tribe
Cherokee was one.
the one important one is Buffalo
Some prominent Native American tribes that have lived in Utah are Navajo, Ute, Paiute, Goshute, and Shoshone.
Being born into a native American family, adopted by a native American family, or being accepted as a member of a tribe (citizenship).
The Lumbee are the largest Native American Tribe east of the Mississippi River. As one many say we arn't a tribe but we are desendants of the Croatans and Cheraw Indians
Pocahontas, also called Matoaka, was one of the daughters of the chief commonly known today as Powhatan of the tribe also known as Powhatan. The real name of those people - the name they called themselves - is unknown.
Many Native American names have specific meanings for each person. The Native American name for "quiet one" is the name Lakota.
Totem poles were not invented by any one Native American tribe. They were widely used by only six different tribes. The name of the tribes responsible for producing the totem pole are the Tlingit Tribe, the Haida Tribe, the Bella Coola Tribe, the Kwakiutl Tribe, the Tsimshian Tribe, and the West Coast Tribe.
That's an easy one the Wampanoag tribe
According to the book of : An Illustrated History of The U.S.A the Sioux tribe was the one that most used buffalo.
"Geronimo" was a leader of the Chiricahua Apache tribe. His actual name is Goyaałé, meaning "one who yawns". It's not a "first name" per se, because that is often not how Native American names work.
There are MANY Native American languages. Each tribe has its own language. So there is not one particular word for love in all Native American languages. You need to ask for the word in a particular Native American language, such as Cherokee, Sioux, Apache, etc.
Native Americans did not use surnames, this 'practice' was forced upon them by European settlers. Most did not know what to say when asked these questions, and would pick a name of someone they knew and respected, or just make one up.
There are actually over a thousand different native American languages, you would have to be more specific on which native American language you want to learn. An example of one is Mohawk, a tribe in the Iroquois nation. The word for wolf in Mohawk is "okwaho."
well one of them were the Iroqois tribe. l*-*l
one Indian tribe was the iroqois Indians they lived in the northeast woodlands
Each Native American tribe has their own oral traditions about their creation story. Each tribe tells a different story. Some oral traditions tell about how the tribe traveled from one region to another. There are no oral traditions about coming from another country. This is because Native Americans had no concept of Countries.
There are MANY Native American languages, not just one. So there are many different words for the turkey in Native American languages.
The Sioux tribe was one of the most popular tribes, however there were many others, such as Cobayye, Blackfoot, Cheyenne and many more.
I am an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe but I am less than one quarter blood do I meet the legal standard for Native American?
In Fl if you have any Indian blood then you meet the legal standard for Native American
Yanala is not a native American word - it appears to be a name in one of the languages of India.
Alabama was named for an Indian tribe native to the state. Illinois was named for the Illiniwek, the tribal name of the Illini tribe. Iowa, Ayuhwa, which is one of the tribal names of the Ioway Indian tribe. Kansas, for the Kansa Indian tribe. Missouri, for the Missouria Indian tribe native to the state. North Dakota and South Dakota were named for the Dakota Sioux Indians. Utah, for the Ute, an Indian tribe native to… Read More
i think it was the lake that was named after the tribe... the Algonquins You are probably thinking of the Hurons this is a tribe that resides in Canada as well as in the USA. they are named for Lake Huron one of the Great Lakes.
There were quite a few Native American languages at one time in America's history. Some of them are Choctaw, Chickasaw, Natchez, Tonkawa, Ponca, Cheyenne, Crow, and Shoshoni.
You need to remember that there are many different native American tribe's One tribe noun as the Sioux live in tepees but Inuits live in igloos
The apache tribe are still around today and are one of the most well known native american tribes.
In 1804 they encounter the Sheoaki and the Natives only spoke English. This is the one and only Indian Tribe to speak the English language.
One native tribal name is: Seepohskahnumahkahkee (you say see-pohs-ka-noo-ma-ka-kee). This means "People of the Pheasants" and is one of the names the Mandan tribe of North Dakota gave to themselves - as in most tribal names, the term "Mandan" is one given to the ribe by their neighbours, not the name they themselves used. Another is: Wazhazhe (you say war-jhar-jhey). This name was too difficult for early explorers, who called the tribe Osage, the name… Read More
It could be a word in one of the 700+ Native American languages, but it would be unrelated to the English name.
What are the two native American tribes that lived in prince georges county before the European settlers?
One of the two Native American tribes that lived in Prince George's county before the European settlers was the Piscataway's. The other tribe was the Susquehannocks.
What happened to the colonist when John white left to get food back in England during the war time Where did they go What were the native Americans tribe name?
Although no one really knows on what truly happened, but people say that the people who fought during the war in England on 1527 that they went to the lost island and took and killed every colonist who were their. More people vote for that the Native American tribe: Croatoan had taken them as hostage and probably ate them. I say that I will agree more on that the native tribe had took them and… Read More
'Cold one' is the native American name for vampire.
It depends on the tribe. Different Tribes had different traditions, so to say Native American is like asking for one answer as to how children in Rome, India, and Scandinavia were brought up during the same time period.
There is NOT one language called "Native American " each tribe or nation spoke different languages. Some have disappeared because the people who spoke that language are gone and the language hasn't been passed to the younger generations.
Geronimo is a native American name meaning "one who yawns".
Yes they would chop of its ear and what for it to die while eating a bear
inuit or iriqouis or soix irqious live in the north east partof us like around new york
It really depends on who you count as "discoverers". There first people in the grand canyon were an ancient Native American tribe known simply as the gatherers. Then the Native American tribe the Anasazi came. Then many other white people saw the grand canyon. John Wesley Powell was the first one to raft down the Colorado river.
There was no government in order a long time ago. So if one Native American saw a person from another tribe kill one of their tribe members, they would have to follow "tradition" and kill someone from that person's tribe. But one Native American saw a man kill his family. He was expected to kill someone from his tribe, but he just wanted peace. So he wandered off on his journey of peace. Then he… Read More
There is no single Native American language, even among the same tribe you could have a number of these types of translations. As an example in one language: la-quitanta small mountain se-te-hundin-ala-punctala hill
It is usually written Poosepatuck and refers to part of the Unkechaug (W'nalātchtko) tribe of Long Island. The -uck ending indicates a place name and Poosepatuck is likely to be the name of a village rather than the name of the people. Sadly the meaning of the name is not recorded. One possibility would be puhpuhkaguk, meaning "at the hollow".
The very basic thing to be understood about the Native American culture is that it is made up of thousands of tribes. Each tribe has its own traditions, ceremonies, beliefs, history, clothing and language. Each one can be as different from the other as Irish are from the Iranians.
While schools exsisted she did not attend one. She was Indian (Native American) and learned from her tribe. Later she learned from her husband how to speak English and the ways of the Americans.
There are over 4,000 Native American Languages in use and you would need to select which one to even think of getting an answer to this question.