Where Did The Phrase Keep Your Ear To The Ground Originate?

The expression Keep Your Ear To The Ground comes from the way American Indians did this action to feel for the vibrations of herds of animals or the approach of their enemy who would be riding on horseback, so they would hear the vibration of hooves.

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