Indigenous Peoples of North America
Indians of North America
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Indians of the United States[edit | edit source]
By State[edit | edit source]
Nearly every state of the United States either have tribes currently residing in them or have historically had tribes within their borders. The state Indian pages provide information about the tribes that have resided within the state, the Indian reservations, Bureau of Indian Affairs agencies, Indian schools, health facilities, and other facts about the Indian groups associated with the state.
By Tribe[edit | edit source]
The federal government of the United States recognizes some 562 tribal entities, including nearly 300 villages and groups in Alaska. In addition, there are many variations on the names of the tribes. Some tribes have also changed their names or have become extinct.
An alphabetical a list of Indian Tribes of the United States is available.
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