Most Populous Indian Reservations, 2000
Updated February 11, 2017 | Infoplease Staff
Below is a list of Indian Reservations in the United States with the largest populations. As of October 2011, the 2010 U.S. Census data has not been published.
|Navajo Nation (Ariz.-N.M.-Utah)||175,228|
|Cook Inlet (Alaska)||35,972|
|United Houma Nation (La.)||15,305|
|Pine Ridge (S.D.-Neb.)||14,484|
|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|
|Tohono O'odham (Ariz.)||9,794|
|San Carlos (Ariz.)||9,065|
|Turtle Mountain (N.D.)||8,043|
1. 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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