List of Indian reservations in Arizona Article

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This is a list of Indian reservations in the U.S. state of Arizona.

List of reservations

Official name Tribe(s) Est. Pop.
(2010) [1]
Area
mi2 (km2) [2]
County Notes
Ak-Chin Indian Community Pima, Maricopa 1912 1,001 34.1 (88.3) Pinal
Cocopah Indian Reservation Cocopah 1917 817 9.4 (24.3) Yuma
Colorado River Indian Reservation Mohave, Chemehuevi, Hopi, Navajo 1865 7,077 419.7 (1,087.0) La Paz Extends into California ( Riverside, San Bernardino)
Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Yavapai 1903 971 38.5 (99.7) Maricopa
Fort Mojave Indian Reservation Mohave 1890 1,004 65.4 (169.4) Mohave Extends into California ( San Bernardino) and Nevada ( Clark)
Fort Yuma Indian Reservation Quechan 1884 2,197 68.1 (176.4) Yuma Extends into California ( Imperial)
Gila River Indian Community Pima, Maricopa 1859 11,712 583.7 (1,511.9) Pinal, Maricopa
Havasupai Indian Reservation Havasupai 1880 465 293.8 (760.9) Coconino
Hopi Reservation Hopi 1882 7,185 2,531.8 (6,557.3) Navajo, Coconino
Hualapai Indian Reservation Hualapai 1882 1,335 1,550.2 (4,015.0) Coconino, Mohave
Kaibab Indian Reservation Paiute 1907 240 188.7 (488.7) Mohave, Coconino
Navajo Nation Navajo 1868 173,667 27,413 (70,999.3) Apache, Coconino, Navajo Extends into New Mexico ( San Juan, McKinley, Sandoval, Cibola, Rio Arriba) and Utah ( San Juan)
Pascua Yaqui Indian Reservation Yaqui 1978 3,484 1.8 (4.6) Pima
Salt River Pima–Maricopa Indian Community Pima, Maricopa 1879 6,289 82.2 (212.9) Maricopa
San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation Apache (Chiricahua) 1872 10,068 2,853.1 (7,389.5) Graham, Gila, Pinal
Tohono O'odham Nation Tohono O'odham 1916 10,201 4,446.3 (11,515.9) Pima, Pinal, Maricopa The Tohono O'odham Nation governs four separate pieces of land, including the Tohono O'odham and San Xavier Indian Reservations and the San Lucy district near Gila Bend.
Tonto Apache Reservation Apache (Tonto) 1974 120 0.13 (0.34) Gila
White Mountain Apache Reservation Apache (White Mountain) 1891 13,409 2,609.4 (6,758.3) Navajo, Apache, Gila
Yavapai-Apache Nation Yavapai, Apache (Tonto) 1903 718 1.0 (2.6) Yavapai
Yavapai-Prescott Reservation Yavapai 1935 192 2.2 (5.7) Yavapai
Zuni Heaven Reservation Zuni 1984 19.5 (50.5) Apache Over 95% of Zuni land is located in New Mexico ( McKinley, Cibola, Catron). Zuni Heaven is primarily a pilgrimage site and has no permanent residents.

See also

References

  1. ^ "2010 Census Data for American Indians". Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs. Archived from the original on 2015-02-18.
  2. ^ "Research Protocols" Archived 2015-09-21 at the Wayback Machine., University of Arizona Native Peoples Technical Assistance Office, retrieved 2015-08-23.