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Indian Land Areas Judicially Established 1978

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1. Seneca
2. Delaware, Wyandot, Potawatomi, Ottawa, Chippewa
3. Ottawa
4. Delaware, Ottawa, Shawnee, Wyandot
5. Delaware
6. Shawnee
7. Potawatomi, Ottawa, Chippewa
8. Potawatomi
9. Potawatomi
10. Potawatomi
11. Potawatomi
12. Potawatomi
13. Potawatomi
14. Potawatomi
15. Potawatomi
16. Sault Ste. Marie Band
17. Ottawa, Chippewa
18. Saginaw Chippewa
19. Saginaw Chippewa
20. Grand River Band
21. Miami, Potawatomi
22. Miami, Potawatomi
23. Miami
24. Miami, Eel River
25. Miami, Delaware
26. Miami, Wea
27. Potawatomi, Wea
28. Potawatomi, Wea, Kickapoo
29. Wea, Kickapoo
30. Wea
31. Delaware, Piankeshaw
32. Potawatomi, Kickapoo
33. Kickapoo
34. Kaskaskia, Kickapoo
35. Piankeshaw
36. Kaskaskia
37. Cherokee
38. Creek
39. Creek
40. Creek
41. Seminole
42. Lake Superior Bands, Mississippi Bands
43. Lake Superior Bands, Mississippi Bands
44. Lake Superior Bands
45. Bois Forte Band
46. Mississippi Bands
47. Lake Superior Bands, Mississippi Bands
48. Pillager & Lake Winnibigoshish Bands
49. Pillager Band
50. Red Lake Band
51. Red Lake Band, Pembina Band
52. Pembina Band
53. Potawatomi
54. Winnebago
55. Sac & Fox
56. Sac & Fox
57. Sac & Fox
58. Sac & Fox
59. Sac & Fox
60. Iowa, Sac & Fox
61. Sac & Fox
62. Iowa
63. Iowa
64. Otoe & Missouria, Iowa, Omaha, Sac & Fox
65. Omaha
66. Ponca
67. Otoe & Missouria
68. Pawnee
69. Osage
70. Osage
71. Osage
72. Quapaw
73. Caddo
74. Medawakanton Band
75. Eastern or Mississippi Sioux
76. Yankton
77. Sisseton & Wahpeton
78. Sisseton
79. Teton & Yanktonai
80. Yankton
81. Sioux (Dahcotah) Nation
82. Arikara, Mandan, Hidatsa
83. Arikara, Mandan, Hidatsa
84. Assiniboine
85. Crow
86. Blackfeet & Gros Ventre
87. Flathead
88. Upper Pend D'Oreille
89. Kootenai
90. Nez Perce
91. Coeur D'Alene
92. Kalispel
93. Spokane
94. Palus
95. Cayuse
96. Walla Walla
97. Umatilla
98. Yakima
99. Colville
100. Lake Tribe
101. Sanpoil-Nespelem
102. Okanogan
103. Methow
104. Warm Springs
105. Clatsop
106. Tillamook
107. Tillamook
108. Coquille, Chetco, Too-too-to-ney
109. Snake
110. Lemhi
111. Shoshone
112. Cheyenne & Arapaho, Northern Cheyenne, Northern Arapaho
113. Klamath
114. Modoc
115. Pitt River
116. Northern Paiute
117. Washoe
118. Indians of California
119. Western Shoshone
120. Goshute
121. Uintah Ute
122. Southern Paiute
123. Hopi
124. Navajo
125. Acoma
126. Laguna
127. Zia, Jemez, Santa Ana
128. Santo Domingo
129. San Ildefonso
130. Nambe
131. Santa Clara
132. Taos
133. Kiowa, Comanche & Apache
134. Jicarilla Apache
135. Mescalero Apache
136. Mescalero Apache
137. Lipan Apache
138. Chiricahua Apache
139. Chiricahua Apache
140. Western Apache
141. Tonto Apache
142. Havasupai
143. Hualapai
144. Mohave
145. Chemehuevi
146. Yavapai
147. Pima-Maricopa
148. Quechan
149. Papago
150. Nooksack
151. Lummi
152. Samish
153. Upper Skagit
154. Swinomish
155. Lower Skagit
156. Kikiallus
157. Stillaguamish
158. Makah
159. S'Klallam
160. Snohomish
161. Quileute
162. Skokomish
163. Skykomish
164. Snoqualmie
165. Suquamish
166. Duwamish
167. Quinaielt
168. Squaxin
169. Muckleshoot
170. Puyallup
171. Steilacoom
172. Nisqually
173. Lower Chehalis
174. Upper Chehalis
175. Cowlitz
176. Chinook

 

 
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