Largest Native American Reservations in the U.S.

Largest Native American Reservations in the U.S.
(2000 Census figures)

Navajo Nation (Ariz.-N.M.-Utah) 175,228
Cherokee (Okla.)104,482
Creek (Okla.)77,253
Lumbee (N.C.)62,327
Choctaw (Okla.)39,984
Cook Inlet (Alaska)35,972
Chickasaw (Okla.)32,372
Calista (Alaska)20,353
United Houma Nation (La.)15,305
Sealaska (Alaska)15,059
Pine Ridge (S.D.-Neb.)14,484
Doyon (Alaska)14,128
Kiowa-Comanche-Apache–Fort Sill Apache (Okla.)13,045
Fort Apache (Ariz.)11,854
Citizen Band Potawatomi Nation–Absentee Shawnee (Okla.)10,617
Gila River (Ariz.)10,578
Cheyenne/Arapaho (Okla.)10,310
Tohono O'odham (Ariz.)9,794
Osage (Okla.)9,209
Rosebud (S.D.)9,165
San Carlos (Ariz.)9,065
Blackfeet (Mont.) 8,684
Yakama (Wash.)8,193
Turtle Mountain (N.D.)8,043
Flathead (Mont.)7,883

Note: Population listed includes only the American Indian and Alaska Native population alone or in combination with one or more races. Total population of reservation, which includes non-Indians, is not given. A reservation's total population is sometimes significantly larger than Indian population.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census of Population and Housing, Profiles of General demographic Characteristics.

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