There are four, plus one that actually describes the land on each side of water:
Connecticut is from one of the Algonquian languages (perhaps Pocumtuc or Wappinger) meaning "at the long river or body of water".
Mississipi is also an Algonguian term; the first element is michi (great) and the second is sipi (water).
Michigan is yet another Algonquian name, this time michi (great) plus goomi (lake).
Ohio may be an Iroquoian word for a large river.
Nebraska looks like it ought to mean "flat water" in one of the Siouan languages (perhaps Oto ni bthaska); it actually refers to water running through a flat landscape, which anyone following the course of the Platte river will see makes good sense.
they came to the united state to settle in here.
Arkansas and Kansas the name "Kansas" is a Siouan Indian word. It's from the tribal name Kansa, which means "south wind people." shares the same french and native American origin as Arkansas. Look up both origin of their names.
The termination policy meant that state governments would become responsible for overseeing Native American reservation land.
They are considered state governments.
Idaho . . . no. Bonner's Ferry Sandpoint Coeur d'Alene Plummer Moscow Lewiston Grangeville Pierce New Home Boise Caldwell Nampa Marsing Weiser Buhl American Falls Idaho Falls Gooding Riggs None are native American names. Even the name, "Idaho" is not an American native word, but was invented by early entrepreneurs and politicians. If you want American native names, check out New Jersey.
United states of America ha 50 states while 27 names of state are based on Indian America language.
Native American Day is a state holiday in California, established in 1968 to honor Native American cultures and contributions to the state and the United States
There are three states that start with the letter I. Iowa, Indiana and Idaho which are all based on Native American names.
There has never been a state called the American Empire. There have been native American Empires in North and South America, but these were known by different names - Aztec, Incan, Mayan ecetera.
Calaveras County is located in the state of California. It is located in the Gold Country area of California and received its names from reports of Native American remains in the area.
State names are derived from English, Latin, Spanish, French, Hawaiian, and Native American words. For example, an English named state would be New York, a Latin one Pennsylvania, a Spanish one California, a French one Louisiana, a Hawaiian one Hawaii, and a Native American one New Mexico. Some states etymologies are undetermined, such as Idaho.
Tonkawa is a Native American tribe in Oklahoma. Tulalip is a Native American tribe in Washington State.