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43. Population Living on Selected Reservations and Trust Lands and American Indian Tribes With 10,000 or More American Indians: 1990

[As of April]

 
RESERVATIONS AND AMERICAN INDIANS,
TRUST LANDS WITH Total ESKIMOS, ALEUTS AMERICAN Number Percent
5,000 OR MORE popula- INDIAN distri-
AMERICAN INDIANS, tion Number Percent TRIBE bution
ESKIMOS, AND ALEUTS of total
 
  All reservations and trust lands 808,163 437,431 54.1 American Indian population, total 2 1,878,285 100.0
 
Navajo and Trust Lands, Cherokee 308,132 16.4
AZ-NM-UT 148,451 143,405 96.6 Navajo 219,198 11.7
Pine Ridge and Trust Lands, Chippewa 103,826 5.5
NE-SD 12,215 11,182 91.5 Sioux 3 103,255 5.5
Fort Apache, AZ 10,394 9,825 94.5 Choctaw 82,299 4.4
Gila River, AZ 9,540 9,116 95.6 Pueblo 52,939 2.8
Papago, AZ 8,730 8,480 97.1 Apache 50,051 2.7
Rosebud and Trust Lands, SD Iroquois 4 49,038 2.6
  9,696 8,043 83.0 Lumbee 48,444 2.6
San Carlos, AZ 7,294 7,110 97.5 Creek 43,550 2.3
 
Zuni Pueblo, AZ-NM 7,412 7,073 95.4 Blackfoot 32,234 1.7
Hopi and Trust Lands, AZ 7,360 7,061 95.9 Canadian and Latin American 22,379 1.2
Blackfeet, MT 8,549 7,025 82.2 Chickasaw 20,631 1.1
Turtle Mountain and Potawatomi 4 16,763 0.9
Trust Lands, ND-SD 7,106 6,772 95.3 Tohono O'Odham 16,041 0.9
Yakima and Trust Lands, WA 27,668 6,307 22.8 Pima 14,431 0.8
  Tlingit 13,925 0.7
Osage, OK 1 41,645 6,161 14.8 Seminole 13,797 0.7
Fort Peck, MT 10,595 5,782 54.6 Alaskan Athabaskans 13,738 0.7
Wind River, WY 21,851 5,676 26.0 Cheyenne 11,456 0.6
Eastern Cherokee, NC 6,527 5,388 82.5 Comanche 11,322 0.6
Flathead, MT 21,259 5,130 24.1 Paiute 11,142 0.6
Cheyenne River, SD 7,743 5,100 65.9 Puget Sound Salish 10,246 0.5



1 The Osage Reservation is coextensive with Osage County. Data shown for the reservation are for the entire reservation.
2 Includes other American Indian tribes, not shown separately.
3 Any entry with the spelling "Siouan" was miscoded to Sioux in North Carolina.
4 Reporting and/or processing problems have affected the data for this tribe.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 Census of Population, General Population Characteristics, American Indian and Alaska Native Areas (CP-1-1A); and press releases CB91-232 and CB92-244.

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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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