Since a large amount of Alaskan tribes have smaller populations and percentages can change at a lower ratio, we focused on American Indian tribes in the lower 48 states that list their tribal enrollments above 1,000 and have at least 500 unemployed.
American Indian Reservations A to C
Agua Caliente Indian Reservation – See link below.
Ak-Chin Indian Reservation: see Maricopa (Ak-Chin) Indian Reservation
Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation – See link below.
Allegany Indian Reservation – See link below
Alturas Rancheria – See link below.
Annette Island Reserve – See link below.
Augustine Indian Reservation – See link below.
Bad River Indian Reservation
Barona Indian Reservation
Battle Mountain Indian Reservation
Bay Mills Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Benton Paiute Indian Reservation
Berry Creek Rancheria and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Big Bend Rancheria
Big Cypress Indian Reservation
Big Lagoon Rancheria
Big Pine Indian Reservation
Big Sandy Rancheria
Big Valley Rancheria
Bishop Indian Reservation
Blackfeet Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Blue Lake Rancheria
Bois Forte Indian Reservation – See link below.
Deer Creek Indian Reservation
Nett Lake Indian Reservation
Lake Vermilion Indian Reservation
Bridgeport Indian Reservation
Brighton Indian Reservation
Burns Paiute Colony and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Cabazon Indian Reservation
Cahuilla Indian Reservation
Campo Indian Reservation
Capitan Grande Indian Reservation
Catawba Indian Reservation
Cattaraugus Indian Reservation
Chehalis Indian Reservation
Chemehuevi Indian Reservation
Cheyenne River Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Two Kettle (Oohenunpa) Band
Sans Arc (Itazipco) Band
Blackfoot (Si Sapa) Band
Chicken Ranch Rancheria
Chitimacha Indian Reservation
Coconut Creek Indian Reservation
Cocopah Indian Reservation
Coeur d’Alene Indian Reservation
Cold Springs Rancheria
Colorado River Indian Reservation
Colville Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Coquille Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Coushatta Indian Reservation
Cow Creek Indian Reservation
Coyote Valley Indian Reservation
Crow Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land – See link below.
Crow Creek Indian Reservation- See link below.
Cuyapaipe Indian Reservation
The Bad River Reservation in northwestern Wisconsin is the largest Chippewa reservation in the state. The reservation boundaries include lands in Ashland and Iron counties, 17 miles of Lake Superior shoreline and over 100 miles of rivers and streams. Over 90% of the reservation is undeveloped land.
Blackfeet Indian Reservation is in the U.S. state of Montana, located just east of Glacier National Park. In fact, the Blackfeet ceded the land that is now Glacier Park to the United States to make the park. It borders the Canadian province of Alberta. The Blackfeet Indian Reservation is home to the primarily Piegan Blackfeet branch, and some Southern Siksika. The other three branches of the Blackfoot tribe reside on other reservations in Alberta, Canada.
The Augustine Reservation is home to a federally recognized Cahuilla band of Native Americans based in Coachella, California called the Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians. They are one of the smallest tribal nations in the United States, consisting of only eight members, only one of whom is an adult.
The namesake for the Augustine Tribe and Reservation was Captain Vee-Vee Augustine who was born in the year 1820. Notes from early explorers indicated that the Cahuilla People were flourishing in the area at this time with 22 villages. In 1856 surveyors with the United States Land Office noted on their maps an important Cahuilla Village that would later be designated as the Augustine Reservation.
Metlakatla, Alaska is a community of Tsimshian people who followed a missionary of the Anglican Church of England, Mr. William Duncan, to a new home in the United States from their previous home in British Columbia, Canada. The United States Congress granted recognition to the new community in 1891 by creating the Annette Islands Reserve, a federal Indian reservation. Today it is the only indian reservation in the State of Alaska.
The Alturas Indian Rancheria is a federally recognized tribe of Achomawi Indians in California. The Achomawi are also known as the Pit River Indians. The tribe controls a 20-acre (81,000 m2) reservation about one mile southeast of Alturas, California, in Modoc County.
The Acoma Indian Reservation is located in parts of Cibola, Socorro, and Catron counties in New Mexico, USA. This reservation covers 594.996 sq mi (1,541.033 km²). The Acoma Pueblo is the heart of the reservation and is the oldest continuously inhabited place in the United States.
The Crow Creek Sioux Tribe was relocated to the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation after Little Crow’s War in Minnesota. They were originally designated reservation lands along the Missouri River recognized in a treaty with the United States was signed in 1863.