Indian reservation

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Noun1.Indian reservation - a reservation set aside for the use of IndiansIndian reservation - a reservation set aside for the use of Indians
reservation, reserve - a district that is reserved for particular purpose
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A federal judge in Washington, D.C., will accept arguments over the next month on whether the developer of the Dakota Access pipeline must stage equipment near an American Indian reservation in southern North Dakota to respond to any oil spill under the Missouri River.
FILM Wind River (15) Cory Lambert is a wildlife officer who finds the body of an 18-year-old woman on an American Indian reservation in snowy Wyoming.
DESCENDANTS of a bison herd captured and sent to Canada more than a century ago will be relocated to a Montana American Indian reservation next month, in what tribal leaders are billing as a homecoming for a species emblematic of their traditions.
Far to the north, the 4.5-million acre Uintah and Ouray Reservation is the state's largest American Indian reservation and the second-largest nationwide.
Planning the American Indian Reservation: From Theory to Empowerment
To study the teeth-staining claim, researchers examined hundreds of children living on an Arizona American Indian reservation that has a high incidence of Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
Standout tracks include Nine Mile Camp - a song about the last days of an American Indian reservation, the moving Poppy Fields - evoking memories of World War One, and Man In White - an atmospheric song about New York's Twin Towers disaster.
Accompanied by their teachers, they visited an American Indian reservation where the tribe staged a powwow, which is a ceremony to honor their culture with singing, dancing and feasting.
In this follow-up to Indigenous People, Race Relations and Australian Sports, Hallinan (Monash Indigenous Center, Monash U., Australia) and Judd (global studies, RMIT U., Australia) introduce case studies on topics including North American Indian reservation basketball, controversies over the use of Indian symbols for sports teams, the role of sports in development agendas, Sami identity through sports, and how Maori sports retain colonial values.
These reservations made up 1.9% of the American Indian reservation population in 1990 and 5.6% in 2000.

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