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Native Americans Indian Reservations

Use this listing as "keywords" for finding books, papers, and other related information about Native American Indian reservations on the Internet or in your local library.  Not all are listed and if you know of others, then please inform us so that we can update this page.  Also, this page is NOT restricted to Native Americans of the American Southwest and includes tribes from all corners of the United States of America, Canada, and northern Mexico.

 

Acoma Indian Reservation

Agua Caliente Indian Reservation

Ak Chin Indian Reservation

Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation

Alternate Dams Survey

Arizona Indian Reservations

Augustine Indian Reservation

 

Bad River Indian Reservation

Barona Indian Reservation

Big Cypress Indian Reservation

Birdtown Cherokee Indian Reservation

Bishop Indian Reservation

Blackfeet Indian Reservation

Boise Forte Indian Reservation

Boys' and Girls' Camps on

Bridgeport Indian Reservation

Burns Paiute Indian Reservation

 

Cabazon Indian Reservation

Cahuilla Indian Reservation

Campo Indian Reservation

Canadaway Creek Indian Reservation

Capitan Grande Indian Reservation

Catawba Indian Reservation

Cattaraugus Indian Reservation

Chehalis Indian Reservation

Cherokee Indian Reservation

Cheyenne River Indian Reservation

Chippewa Indian Reservation

Cocopah Indian Reservation

Colorado River Indian Reservation

Colville Indian Reservation

Couer D'Alene Indian Reservation

Coushatta Indian Reservation

Crow Indian Reservation

Cuyapaipe Indian Reservation

 

Duck Valley Indian Reservation

 

East Fork Dam

 

Fallon Indian Reservation

Federal Liquor Law and Indian Reservations

Flambeau Indian Reservation

Flathead Indian Reservation

Fond Du Lac Indian Reservation

Forest County Potawatomi Indian Reservation

Fort Apache Indian Reservation

Fort Belknap Indian Reservation

Fort Berthold Indian Reservation

Fort Bidwell Indian Reservation

Fort Hall Indian Reservation

Fort McDermitt Indian Reservation

Fort Mojave Indian Reservation

Fort Peck Indian Reservation

Fort Totten Indian Reservation

 

Gila River Indian Reservation

Goshute Indian Reservation

Grand Portage Indian Reservation

 

Havasupai Indian Reservation

Hoh Indian Reservation

Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation

Hopi Indian Reservation

Hualapai Indian Reservation

Hualpai Indian Reservation

Hydaburg Indian Reservation

Indian Reservation of {enter state name}

Indian Reservation Roads Program

Indian Reservations

 

Jicarilla Indian Reservation

 

Kalispel Indian Reservation

Klamath Indian Reservation

Kootenai Nation

 

La Posta Indian Reservation

Lac Court Oreilles Indian Reservation

Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation

Laguna Indian Reservation

Lake Traverse Indian Reservation

Land Exchange Act of 1937

Life on an Indian Reservation

Los Coyotes Indian Reservation

Lower Brule Indian Reservation

Lower Colorado River Indian Reservation

Lower Elwha Indian Reservation

Lummi Indian Reservation

 

Makah Indian Reservation

Malheur Indian Reservation

Manzanita Indian Reservation

Mendocino Indian Reservation

Menominee Indian Reservation

Mescalero Indian Reservation

Mille Lacs Indian Reservation

Mission Creek Indian Reservation

Moapa Indian Reservation

Montana Indian Reservations

Morongo Indian Reservation

Moquawkie Indian Reservation

 

Navajo Indian Reservation

Nez Perce Indian Reservation

Nisqually Indian Reservation

Nome Lackee Indian Reservation

Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation

 

Oneida Indian Reservation

Onondaga Indian Reservation

Osage Indian Reservation

Ouray Indian Reservation

 

Pala Indian Reservation

Papago Indian Reservation

Pauma Indian Reservation

Pima Indian Reservation

Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

Port Gamble S'Klallam Indian Reservation

Port Madison Indian Reservation

Prairie Island Indian Reservation

Pueblo Indian Reservations

Puyallup Indian Reservation

Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation

 

Quileute Indian Reservation

Quinault Indian Reservation

 

Red Lake Indian Reservation

Rincon Indian Reservation

Rocky Boys Indian Reservation

Rosebud Indian Reservation

Round Valley Indian Reservation

 

Salt River Indian Reservation

San Carlos Indian Reservation

San Xavier Indian Reservation

San Ysabel Indian Reservation

Santa Rose Indian Reservation

Santa Ynez Indian Reservation

Santee Indian Reservation

Shinnecock Indian Reservation

Shoalwater Bay Indian Reservation

Siletz Indian Reservation

Sioux Indian Reservation

Sisseton-Wahpeton Reservation

Skokomish Indian Reservation

Soboba Indian Reservation

Southern Ute Indian Reservation

Spokane Indian Reservation

Standing Rock Indian Reservation

Stockbridge-Munsee Indian Reservation

Summit Lake Indian Reservation

Swinomish Indian Reservation

Sycuan Indian Reservation

 

Tamiami Indian Reservation

Tejon Indian Reservation

Tongue River Indian Reservation

Torres-Martinez Indian Reservation

Tulalip Indian Reservation

Tule River Indian Reservation

Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation

Twenty-nine Palms Indian Reservation

 

Uintah Indian Reservation

Uintah Indian Reservation

Umatilla Indian Reservation

Uncompahgre Indian Reservation

Ute Indian Reservation

Ute Mountain Indian Reservation

 

Viejas Indian Reservation

 

Walker River Indian Reservation

Warm Springs Indian Reservation

White Earth Indian Reservation

White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation

Whiteriver Apache Indian Reservation

Wind River Indian Reservation

Winnebago Indian Reservation

 

X-L Ranch Indian Reservation

 

Yakama Indian Reservation

Yakima Indian Reservation

Yankton Sioux Indian Reservation

 

Zia Pueblo Reservation

Zoning on Indian Reservations

Zuni Indian Reservation

 

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Do all Native Americans live on Reservations?

Most of the Native Americans that live along the Atlantic Seaboard and Gulf Coast are not under Federal Supervision and live where they like; with some exceptions in Florida, New York, North Carolina, Louisiana, and Mississippi.  Some Eastern states do maintain reservations, and these are being used in legal battles by the natives to obtain economic and lifestyle gains.

 

Who are the Five Civilized Tribes?

The Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole are grouped together and known as the Five Civilized Tribes.  In actuality, in 1962 there were 286 separate reservations, colonies, rancherias, and communities of Native Americans, plus 147 Alaskan communities that were under the services of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)

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