Who was famous Native Americans Jim rogers?
James Beeland "Jim" Rogers, Jr. (born October 19, 1942) is an American businessman, investor and author. He is currently based in Singapore. Rogers is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc. He was the co-founder of theQuantum Fund and creator of the Rogers International Commodities Index (RICI). Rogers does not consider himself a member of any school of economic thought, but has acknowledged that his views best fit the label ofAustrian School of economics.
What is the translation of 'gushing water' in Native American It is a famous beach resort apparently?
Answer . WAIKIKI (hawaiian). Note: there are MANY Native American languages, not just one, so it is more proper to ask for the translation of a word into a PARTICULAR Native American language, not just "Native American."
Native Americans are those people who were the original inhabitants of the USA.Later on,people from Europe in particular and from all over the world in general moved to there.They are also called Red Indians.They are backward section of the society.
When we are talking about natives, they are the people who belongs to a "tribe". They are the people whom we consider indigenous people. Native Americans are the people who belongs to an ethnic group who are leaving in America, who are groups with social or cultural identities distinct from that of …the dominant or mainstream society. ( Full Answer )
They done people The Dine' tribe use their native language to win the Korean War so you may have the freedom your enjoying today. I am proud to be a Dine'. bbahe, Sanders, Arizona
Native Americans were the first to live in N. America and they migrated from Siberia. ANSWER: Native Americans were the first people to live in the America's both north and south.
They where the first Americans and they where known as the Seminoles. Which now the Seminoles are known in Tallahassee,FL as the home team. . What they produce ? Casino's
By Being The First Black Woman Who Struggled And Earned Her Way To Receive A Doctoral Degree.
idk... srry! this is a hard one!. ~Edited 9/3/09~ If you don't know than don't even answer. Either way, the correct answer is Quanah Parker.
A native American is an American who is descended from the pre-colonial people who inhabited America.
He was nice to them. Very well for an Englishman and it was a part of his personal theology.
Will Rogers is famous because he traveled around the world three times, made 71 movies (50 silent films and 21 "talkies"), wrote more than 4,000 nationally-syndicated newspaper columns, and became a world-famous figure. By the mid-1930s, Rogers was adored by the American people. He was the leading p…olitical wit of the Progressive Era, and was the top-paid Hollywood movie star at the time. ( Full Answer )
Crazy Horse Sitting Bull.THAT IS SOOOO WRONG WAT THE PERSON THAT WROTE CRAZY HORSE SITTING BULL THAT ANSWER IS SOO SOO WRONG SOME FAMOUS NATIVE AMERICANS THAT LIVED HERE AROUND THE U.S ARE CHEEROKEE'S AND MANY MORE THAT I CANT NAME BUT THERES MORE SO FIND OUT AND GIVE ME AN ANSWER BECAUSE MY PROJE…T IS DUE ON FRIDAY MARCH,12,2010 CAN SOME ONE PLEASE GIVE ME AN ANSWER get over yourself. maybe you should have already known the info instead of asking for it online. so up yours! ( Full Answer )
Cherokee . The march along the famous Trail of Tears was walked by the Cherokee of North Carolina to Oklahoma in the mid-1800's.
They are the people that lived in America before the Europeans came over and the natives hunted buffalo only for food till one day when Europeans came to the natives land and hunted all the buffalo that were there for a sport . The government started to take away the natives land.
while you cannot write a question, I shall be kind and say you are looking for the Iroquois Nation.
They ARE native to America. Every group migrated from Africa, but the first ones to the area become native to that area. _______________________________________ The answer to the question: Why are Native Americans NOT native to America is: Because they immigrated from Asia. Like all American's th…ey traveled to North America from elsewhere. . You cannot prove a negative, absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. Without evidence, and or theory to the contrary it is assumed that the facts supporting that "Native Americans" are native to America is true. Native Americans have proof of at least 10,000 years of existence in the same place as they are now. Human history dates back approximately 8,000 years, as a measure of reference. ( Full Answer )
This is really more a question of opinon, though I'd be inclined to say Sacagawea; she was the guide for Lewis and Clark.. Hope I helped!
Chris Eska the director of Smoke Signals also NW Indian, Sherman Alexie -famous writer idk what kinda Indian. Leonard Peltier -AIM, Dennis BAnks - AIM, Russell Means - AIM, Wilma Mankiller -bia, Robin Maxkii - BQR , Barbara Coe - CCIR, Winona LaDuke - WELRP, are all famous Indian activists. Ch…rystos - Poet Marvin Karlton Rainwater - singer ( Full Answer )
Native Americans live all over the world, however, many live on land managed by their tribe. This land is called a "reservation."
"Famous" is a relative term - some people will have heard of certain names, others will not, depending on their level of research and knowledge. A few names of some fairly well-known Cheyenne: . Buffalo Calf Road Woman, a female warrior at the Battle of the Rosebud who rescued her brother, Ch…ief Comes In Sight; she may also have fought Custer at the Little Bighorn. . Two Moon(s), chief of the Kit Fox society of the Northern Cheyenne, fought against Custer. . Wolf Robe, a Southern Cheyenne born in 1841. . Yellow Bear, a Cheyenne sub-chief. . Little Wolf, Sweet Medicine chief of the Cheyenne. . Dull Knife or Morning Star, chief of the Northern Cheyenne. . Lame White Man, an important war leader at the Little Bighorn. . Old Bear, another war leader at the Custer battle. . Magpie Eagle, a war chief present at the Little Bighorn. . Brave Bear. . Dirty Moccasins. . Mad Wolf. . Calf. . Roan Bear. ( Full Answer )
Yes, Jim Thorpe was part Native American. He was also of Europeanancestry. He played football, baseball, basketball, and was also anOlympic athlete.
The term "Native American" is used (generally by Caucasians) to refer to the entire spectrum of individuals who are descended from the people living in North America at the time European explorers became aware of another continent they did not know about. The use of "Native American" has been promot…ed as being a more ethnically sensitive and politically correct term than "Indian", which was what Christopher Columbus referred to the indigenous populations because he mistakenly thought he had sailed into the East Indies. However, the term "Native American" paints a very broad stroke over dozens of different peoples, cultures and values. A very brief listing of the different people living in what has become the continental United States includes the Mohawk, the Cherokee, the Chippewa, the Shawnee, the Pawnee, the Sioux, the Apache, the Ute and the Comanchee; there are many more, each with their own cultures, traditions and heritages. If you are speaking in broad demographic terms, such as characterizing the ethnic heritage of the United States population, using "Native American" has been accepted. However, if you are speaking of a narrower population, it is better manners to directly state the individual group name, such as descendants of the Pawnee in Nebraska. Caucasian settlers in many cases destroyed the indigenous cultures, and it has only been over the last 20-30 years that as a nation the United States is trying to come to grips with the devastation wrought by national white-centric policies throughout the nation's history. Substituting "Native American" for "Indian", while on many levels symbolic and semantic, is a meager start to understanding the damage caused by a people that relegated anyone of a deeper-than-peach skin tone to being second class citizens at best and no better than animals at worst. ( Full Answer )
No, there were others before him. Some of the baseball players who played in MLB before Jim Thorpe were ... 1) Louis Francis Sockalexis was from the Penobscot tribe and played outfield in MLB between 1897-1899 for the Cleveland Spiders of the National League. He was an excellent athlete and playe…d football and ran track as well as playing baseball. He was the first Native American to play in MLB. 2) Charles Albert Bender was from the Ojibwa tribe and an MLB pitcher who began his career with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1903. He won 212 career games, was on 3 World Series winning teams, and elected to the baseball Hall of Fame in 1953. 3) John Tortes Meyers was from the Cahuilla tribe and an MLB catcher who began his career with the New York Giants in 1909. He played for 9 seasons and had a career batting average of .291 and played on 4 World Series teams, unfortunately, all losing teams. His best season was 1912 when he hit .358 and led the National League in on base percentage at .441. ( Full Answer )
Yes Native Americans were allowed to play before Jim Thorpe. Typically the racial barrier in sports was specifically directed towards African Americans and generally players from Latin, Native American or other ethnic groups were allowed to play. One such example is Jimmy Claxton who was one of the… first to brake the professional baseball color barrier when he played two games for the Oakland Oaks. Claxton was allowed to play because it was believed he was Native American from a Oklahoma tribe; However within a week, a friend of Claxton revealed that he had both Negro and Native American ancestors, and Claxton was promptly fired. ( Full Answer )
the native Americans lived in America but then other people came and took their land
Will Rogers A Cherokee-Cowboy, Will Rogers was a popular Native American actor,philanthropist, social commentator, Vaudevillian, comedian, andpresidential candidate. He was born William Peen Adair Rogers to awell respected and relatively wealthy family, and was often hailedas Oklahoma's favorite so…n. He knew how to ride horses so well thatended up in the Guinness Book of World Records. His record was forsimultaneously throwing three ropes at a horse-one around thehorse's rider, one around the neck, and one around all four legs.He appeared in 71 films, and wrote more than 4,000 columns fornationally-syndicated newspapers. In 1935, he died in a plane crashin Barrow, Alaska. View Answer ( Full Answer )
This means that native Americans live here and are not from somewhere else. Like a native habitat which is a place where something is a home.
Native Americans are called such because they came to North America hundreds, if not thousands of years before the continent was ever found or named North America (and consequently America and Canada) by the white immigrant settlers from Spain, England, France, and many other countries "across the p…ond." ( Full Answer )
Richard Rogers was an American composer of songs and Broadway musicals. He is famous for being the Rogers part of the famous Rogers and Hammerstein duo who wrote such well-known musicals as Oklahoma!, The King and I and South Pacific.
Assuming this refers to the American psychologist, Carl Rogers is generally regarded as one of the founders of the humanistic approach to psychology. The American Psychological Association awarded him an Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions in 1956.
The wolfpack in twilight r mostly native but dey don't relly do nething, robin maxki was on da cover of vivrer dis yer bt she ain't famous lik twilight, Angelina jolie is Indian but she don't claim it much, johnny depp is super famnous but i don't think he helps Indians
They were not called "Native Americans" until the last 10 or 15years, and the name is a misnomer. The older and more correct name is "Indians" or "Red Indians" (todistinguish them from Asiatic "East Indians"). In fact, they werecalled Indians long before the people in Hindustan (modern 'India')were… called Indians. Therefore they have the original claim on thename! They are called Indians because they inhabited the far-off placesacross the sea, which were collectively known as the Indies. AfterColumbus's early voyages it became clear that "these" Indies werenot the same part of the world as the "far" Indies, whence spicescame. Therefore, the Caribbean islands and neighboring shoresbecame known as the West Indies, while the lands around southeastAsia and the southwest Pacific Ocean are still called the EastIndies! The title "Native American" is a politically weighted term, favoredby Marxists and other leftists who hate America. It is also wildlyinaccurate. There was no America here before the Europeans came.The country called America was not founded until 1776, and noIndians helped to create it. In fact a key reason cited by theDeclaration of Independence is that the Americans needed to declareindependence in order to protect themselves from the IndianSavages! The land-masses that include the word America were notcalled that by the Indians, either. ( Full Answer )
there were and are many famous native people who were and are very well educated, however, many years ago, Pocahontas was one of the most famous.
no, because Hawaii is an island geographically un connected to America, and only became an American state in 1959. Historians and archaeologists reckon that it became inhabited by settlers from Polynesia, so native Hawaiians are in no way Americans other than politically
Definitely not. Zebrec appears to be the name of a modern computer programme used by comcast.net and imgs is a lazy way of writing the word images.
The chief's name was definitely not Seattle - his name was really more like Si'alh, Seallh or Sealth (with a complex sound at the end not found in English) but white Americans could not be bothered to say it properly and settled for an approximation. He was (unusually) a chief of two differ…ent tribes: Duwamish and Suquamish. He is credited with making a speech about ecological matters and native American land rights, but this claim may be pure fantasy. The speech he gave in 1854 was entirely in the Lushootseed dialect, translated into Chinook jargon (a mixed dialect used in trade on the west coast). It may then have been translated into English but it was not properly published until 1891, then added to and altered in another version of 1929, then another version in 1931. The original speech is likely to have been misunderstood, mistranslated and embellished or fabricated over time, so what the chief actually said is definitely not known for certain. Despite all this, chief Si'alh was given the twisted compliment of having a city named after him (almost...) in Washington State. ( Full Answer )
Wyandanch, chief of the Montauks, appears to have controlled all the tribes of Long Island - except, perhaps, the Canarsees. Settlers who made written agreements with local chiefs always made sure to have the document confirmed by Wyandanch as well, such was his influence in the area. He was a tr…ue friend to the English settlers and earned their respect and friendship in return. Once his daughter was captured and her intended husband killed by Narragansetts who had begun a bitter war with the Montauks in 1652; Lyon Gardiner rescued the girl and returned her to Wyandanch, who gratefully donated a large area of land to Gardiner. Eventually Wyandanch died, his people were reduced by war and disease and they joined white settlers at East Hampton, where they were treated kindly. ( Full Answer )
Some are: Joseph Brant or Thayendandgea', Jay Silverheels who played Tonto in the Lone Ranger, and Kateri Tekakwithathe first Mohawk nun.
He was being "lodged in the prison" and subsequently was called into deal with Hester and her baby.
The Mandan tribe is probably one of the least well-known of all North American groups, despite being "famous" for a false claim made about them in the 19th century. They were badly reduced in numbers by smallpox and other diseases, as well inter-tribal warfare; they only survived by combining with t…wo other neighbouring tribes (the Hidatsa and Arikara). Among notable leaders of the Mandan were chiefs Posecopsahe (Black Cat), Cargarnomokshe (Raven Man), Shehekshote (White Coyote), Kagohame (Little Raven), Tatuckcopinreha (White Buffalo Robe), Crow Chief, Mahto Tope (Four Bears), Miniakihamato (Bear On the Water), Sheohmantho (Red Buffalo Cow), Charging Eagle, Peditska Amakish (Sitting Crow). Of these, Four Bears was painted by the artists George Catlin and Karl Bodmer - making him perhaps the most widely known of all Mandan chiefs. The false claim about the Mandan tribe is that they were "Welsh" and descended from a mythical Welsh prince named Madoc, who supposedly discovered the Americas by accident in the 12th century and returned to Wales to collect a large number of followers. These then set out for the area that later became Mobile Bay and gradually moved northwards, finally establishing a colony that became the Mandan tribe. This is all nonsense, taking no account of the absence of any ocean-going ships in Wales at the time - and there is no trace of any Welsh language among the Mandans (despite many claims made by unqualified people in the 1800s). As a tribe, the Mandan people are perhaps most famous for not being Welsh . . . ( Full Answer )
Jim Rogers has written: Investment Biker: Around the World with Jim Rogers; Adventure Capitalist: The Ultimate Roadtrip; Hot Commodities: How Anyone Can Invest Profitably in the World's Best Market; A Bull in China: Investing Profitably in the World's Greatest Market; and A Gift to My Children: Fath…er's Lessons For Life and Investing. ( Full Answer )
Roger Waters is famous for being in the band "Pink Floyd." While he was in the band, he was the bass player, a major vocalist(but not the main singer), and also helped in writing lyrics for different songs.
Yes, he is famous for having led a war party to victory in June of 1876 at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Lisa Rogers is a very famous actress born in the 1970's. Best known for her work in Scrum V, Welsh Rugby in the Noughties, Sports Wales, Vroom Vroom, and Holiday.
James Charles Jimmie Rodgers was an American Country Singer. He lived from September 8, 1897 to May 26, 1933. Jimmie had several nicknames including, The Singing Brakeman, The Blue Yodeler and The Father of Country Music.
He became famous when he was finally announced as an American politician. He was inspirational to his supporters, thus making him more famous. There are other reasons, but this is the main one.
He was most famous for his investigation of the assassination of President John F Kennedy. His original name was "Earling Carothers Garrison", before he changed it into "Jim Garrison".
Justin Rogers is a cornerback for the Buffalo Bills. He began playing for the Buffalo Bills in 2011 after playing college football for the Richmond Spiders.
A Native American is an American Indian. There were the first tolive in the Americas.
They came from north-east Asia, crossing the Bering Strait whenthat still was dry land some 30,000 years ago.