Big fat juicy bewbs
The Buffalo Soldiers got their name because their hair was tough like a buffalo's hide.Thanks,Courtney2017
Dinetah or something like that
In the United States the Native Americans did not call the land by any name because they did not claim ownership of it complete. The Native American's just referred to it as "The land".
the Native Americans crossed the Bering Straight
Iowa is a native American word that means- 'beautifil land'.
they got it from a inuit leader and it means in native ''our people" and "are land"
Jamaica got it's name from its native the Awraks. It means 'land of wood and water'
Aotearoa is the native maori name for new zealand. This means land of the long white cloud, a description of the land if you will
Aotearoa is the Maori name for NZ. The common translation for this is "the land of the long white cloud".
Albania is known as the Land of the Eagles.
His name is Hernich Kepler. He was a mercenary solider.
The Latin for mercenary is mercanarius meaning, quite literally, 'One who will do anything for money...' So, why not 'Mercanarii' - the plural of mercanarius...
The name "Guiana" was given to it by the Amerindian tribes that were native to the land. It's name means "land of many waters." When the country was granted independence, they change it to Guyana.
French (Breton): occupational name for a mercenary soldier, Old French soldoier.
A mercenary is paid to fight in a war hand on hand or from afar usually is known by name ,but an assassin which kills from an distance and is usually unknown by identity
The land is called a "Reservation" because it is reserved for Indians (aka, and more accurately - Native Americans).
The named Alice was name after a queen of a land long ago and made lots of history to the native American book.
The original Buffalo Soldiers were the all African American members of the 10th U.S. Cavalry from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in 1866. The origin of their name is debated. Some say the Native Americans compared their hair to that of bison. Others attribute the name to the fierce fighting style and hardy survival of the soldiers.
Maori are the Tangata Whenua (people of the land) of New Zealand (Aotearoa.)
I read in readers digest that the native american Indian gave that name buffalo soldiers to the negro soldiers....because they the black soldiers had tightly curled hair ...sort of like the hair of a buffalo
Heinrich Kepler was a former mercenary soldier but later became an innkeeper.
The name Buffalo Soldier was a nickname the Native Americans gave to the Black calvary of the 9th and 10th Calvary Regiments because of their combat prowess bravery, tenaciousness, and their appearance on the battlefield.
Alyeska mean "Great Land" Alesha-ka means Great Land in Sanskrit. This is very well the original meaning used by the native indians!
Most Europeans called it the New Land, but i don't know what the native Americans called it.
colonial age. when the spinards landed on the continent, that was a new colony for Spain