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Google Maps The Wind River Indian Reservation maintains a prominent status in Wyoming. It's said to be Sacagawea's final resting place. It's also home to the state's only two casinos. And its crime rate is said to be five- to seven-times higher than the national average.
In 1863, an uprising of the Santee Sioux Tribe in Minnesota ended with the hanging of 38 Sioux men. Ordered by President Lincoln, this remains the largest mass execution in U.S. history. A few years later, dishonoring all previous treaties, trails and train tracks were placed through the heart of the Lakota Sioux land.
Home of the Oglala Lakota Nation Located in the southwestern corner of South Dakota, the Pine Ridge Reservation is approximately 100 miles from Rapid City. Surrounded by rolling prairie, Badlands, and the Black Hills, the Pine Ridge Reservation is home to the Oglala Lakota Nation.
The largest of these is the Navajo Reservation, home to 143,405 Native Americans and 5,046 non-Indians in 1990 (Thornton, 1994a). American Indian tribes located on reservations tend to have higher blood quantum requirements for membership than those located off reservation.
The Pine Ridge Reservation is the home of the Oglala. The reservation is the eighth-largest reservation in the country, covering 11,000 square miles (approximately 2.2 million acres) in southwestern South Dakota.
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Oglala is a Lakota word meaning "to scatter one's own." The Oglala Lakota Nation is one of the seven bands of the Titowan (Lakota) division of the Great Sioux Nation. They are a proud people with a rich history and culture.
The San Carlos Reservation is one of the poorest Native American communities in the United States, with an annual median household income of approximately $14,000 in 2000, according to the US Census.
Blood quantum laws or Indian blood laws are laws in the United States and the former Thirteen Colonies that define Native American status by fractions of Native American ancestry. These laws were enacted by the American government as a way to establish legally defined racial population groups.
Population and Demographics 18,834 individuals were recorded as living on the Pine Ridge Reservation during the 2010 U.S. Census. The vast majority (16,906) identified as American Indian. The Department of the Interior's Bureau of Indian Affairs reports the tribe has an enrollment of 46,855 members.
The criterion varies from tribe to tribe, so uniform membership requirements do not exist. Two common requirements for membership are lineal decendency from someone named on the tribe's base roll or relationship to a tribal member who descended from someone named on the base roll.

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