Reservations in the Continental
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Bureau of Indian Affairs
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) is the principle bureau within
the Federal government responsible for the administration of programs
for Federally recognized Indian tribes and for promoting Indian
self-determination. In addition, the Bureau has a trust responsibility
emanating from treaties and other agreements with Indian groups.
Tribal Contact List
Federal consultation is required under the Native American Graves
Protection and Repatriation Act and the National Historic Preservation
Act with Indian tribes and Native Alaska villages and corporations.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs publishes a listing of all Federally
recognized Indian tribes. The Bureau of Indian Affairs also provides
periodic information regarding Alaska Native regional corporations,
and these data have been compiled in the Native
American Consultation Database.
The Native American
Graves Protection and Repatriation Act and the Native Historic Preservation
Act also require Federal consultation with Native Hawaiian organizations.
Both statutes require consultation with Hui Malama I Na Kupuna O
Hawaii Nei and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Other Native
Hawaiian organizations, identified by the State of Hawaii have have
also been included the Native American Consultation Database.
Indian Reservations in the Continental
shows the location of Federal Indian Reservations in the continental
United States. The map was compiled by the Bureau of Indian Affairs
in ARC/INFO format at a scale of 1:2,000,000. The BIA map data was
subsequently adjusted by the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies
to a scale of 1:5845860 using a Lambert Azimuthal Equal Area Projection.
indicate the locations of Indian reservations within the continental
United States. Both Federal and State Reservations are displayed.
The key to reservation names is available on the accompanying reservation
resolution can be gained by using a PDF version of the map, users
are urged to search the Native American Consultation Database for
information relating to geographic data. County designations were
not included on the original BIA map, and despite checking, mapping
and database errors may result from inclusion of counties which
touch Indian reservation boundaries. Reservation names have been
adjusted to conform to current usage in the Native American Consultation
Database, but not on the reservation map index.