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Nov 16, 2021

[Answer] Which U.S. state's name came from the Sioux word for "south wind"?

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...1. Kansas 2. Nebraska 3. Texas 4. Arizona




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Kansas - If you feel that “south wind” blowing, you’re probably in Kansas. The state name comes from the Native American Kaws or Kansa people, who were a Sioux tribe. Meaning “south wind,” the Kansa people were the chief tribe in the region, which later became the state of Kansas. A bronze Kansa warrior statue made by local artist Richard Bergen was even memorialized in the state capitol dome in 2002. With his bow pointing to the north star, the statue is called “Ad Astra,” following the state’s motto, “Ad astra per aspera” (“To the stars through difficulty”).:


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