The Duck Valley Indian Reservation of Idaho and Nevada is situated in a beautiful, green valley on the Nevada and Idaho border. Descendents of the Western Shoshone and the Northern Paiute occupy the Duck Valley Indian Reservation of Idaho and Nevada. Various bands of the two closely related tribes have jointly utilized the area from time immemorial.
American Indian Reservations D to G
Devils Lake Sioux Indian Reservation – See link below
Dry Creek Rancheria
Duck Valley Indian Reservation
Duckwater Indian Reservation
Eastern Cherokee Indian Reservation
Elk Valley Rancheria
Ely Indian Reservation
Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Colony
Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Flandreau Indian Reservation – See link below.
Flathead Indian Reservation
Fond du Lac Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land – See link below.
Forest County Potawatomi Community and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Fort Apache Indian Reservation
Fort Belknap Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land – See link below.
Fort Berthold Indian Reservation
Fort Bidwell Indian Reservation
Fort Hall Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Fort Independence Indian Reservation
Fort McDermitt Indian Reservation
Fort McDowell Indian Reservation
Fort Mojave Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Fort Peck Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land – See link below.
Fort Pierce Indian Reservation
Fort Yuma Indian Reservation
Gila River Indian Reservation
Goshute Indian Reservation
Grand Portage Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land – See link below.
Grand Ronde Community and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Grand Traverse Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Guidiville Rancheria and Off-Reservation Trust Land
Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Reservation Tribe(s): The Anishinaabeg (an Ojibwe/Chippewa word meaning “The People”) of the Fond du Lac Reservation are primarily members of the Lake Superior Band of Chippewa, who in turn are one band of the federally recognized Minnesota Chippewa Tribe. The Chippewa Nation is the second largest […]
The Fort Peck Reservation, headquartered in Poplar, is the second largest reservation in Montana, covering over two million acres of land.
Fort Peck Reservation is home to two separate Indian nations, the Assiniboine, and Dakota Sioux, each composed of numerous bands. There are an estimated 11,786 enrolled tribal members, of whom approximately 6,000 reside on or near the reservation.
The Assiniboine refer to themselves as “Nakona” and the Sioux call themselves “Dakota.”
The Sioux divisions of Sisseton/Wahpetons, the Yantonais, and the Teton Hunkpapa are all represented. The Assiniboine bands of Canoe Paddler and Red Button are represented and practice their culture and religion.
The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is a member of the Isanti division of the Great Dakota (Sioux) Nation. The Tribe is composed of descendants of the Isanti people. The Isanti is comprised of four bands (Mdewakanton, Wahpetowan, Wahpekute, and Sissetowan) that lived on the eastern side of the Great Sioux Nation.
The Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana is occupied by members of the Gros-Ventre and Assiniboine Tribes.
Annual Indian celebrations such as the Milk River Indian Days, Hays Powwow, and Chief Joseph Memorial Days feature traditional dancing and various cultural activities.