Tribes Directory Listing
The Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma is one of three federally recognized tribes of Shawnee people. Historically residing in the Eastern United States
On May 15, 1876, Section 14 and a portion of Section 22 (Tahquitz Canyon) were set aside by Executive Order of President Ulysses S. Grant as the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation.
The community is composed mainly of Ak-Chin O'odham (Ak-Chin Au-Authm, also called Pima, another division of the Akimel O'odham – "River People") and Tohono O'odham, as well as some Yoeme.
Akiak is a Yup’ik Eskimo village with a reliance on subsistence and fishing activities.
The old site of Alatna was a trading center for Athabascans and Inuit
Algaaciq Native Village, which also operates under the name Algaaciq Tribal Government, is located in Saint Marys, Alaska.
Koyukon Athabascans and Kobuk Selawik and Nunamiut Eskimos live here
The Alturas Indian Rancheria is a federally recognized tribe of Achomawi Indians in The tribe controls 20-acre (81,000 m 2 ) reservation near ALTURAS , in Modoc County . Tribal enrollment is estimated at 15.
the Sugpiaq term for Aleut is Alutiiq, some Alaska Natives from the region have advocated the use of the terms that the people use to describe their people and language MEANING THE PEOPLE
Angoon is located on the southwest coast at Kootznahoo Inlet, on the west side of Admiralty Island. Admiralty Island has long been the home of the Kootznoowoo Tlingit tribe. Kootznoowoo means "fortress of bears."
The Plains Apache are a small Southern Athabaskan group who traditionally live on the Southern Plains of North America, in close association with the linguistically unrelated Kiowa nation, and today are centered in Southwestern Oklahoma.
The Wind River Indian Reservation was established by the United States for the Eastern Shoshone Indians in 1868
Arctic Village is located in the large Gwitch'in speaking region of Alaska.
As heirs of the First People, the Micmac Indians are part of the Eastern Algonquian-speaking peoples who have traditionally inhabited the territories of Maine and the Maritime Provinces.
The Fort Belknap Reservation, encompassing 1,200 square miles, or about 638,000 acres. It is home to about 3,500 members of the Assiniboine and Gros Ventre tribes.
Atqasuk had a population of about 248 residents in 2015 and a work force of 105 in 2014 according to the State of Alaska’s Employment Statistics. Inupiat comprise over 92.3 percent of the population