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States With the Most Indian Reservations and Tribal Areas

Source: Courtesy of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina / lumbeetribe.com

18. North Carolina
> Number of American Indian areas in the state: 8
> State population living in American Indian areas: 608,662 (2nd largest)
> Largest American Indian area: Lumbee SDTSA (Population: 505,183)

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Source: Public Domain / Wikimedia Commons

17. Montana
> Number of American Indian areas in the state: 8
> State population living in American Indian areas: 78,785 (11th largest)
> Largest American Indian area: Flathead Reservation (Population: 29,218)

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Source: Courtesy of United Houma Nation / Facebook

16. Louisiana
> Number of American Indian areas in the state: 9
> State population living in American Indian areas: 246,834 (6th largest)
> Largest American Indian area: United Houma Nation SDTSA (Population: 204,977)

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Source: Courtesy of Florida Seminole Tourism / Facebook

15. Florida
> Number of American Indian areas in the state: 10
> State population living in American Indian areas: 3,179 (19th smallest)
> Largest American Indian area: Hollywood Reservation (Population: 940)

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Source: National Park Service; Photographer: D. Luchsinger / Wikimedia Commons

14. South Dakota
> Number of American Indian areas in the state: 11
> State population living in American Indian areas: 84,289 (10th largest)
> Largest American Indian area: Pine Ridge Reservation (Population: 19,779)

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