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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Clarke (grandson of Malcolm Clarke), who lived on a Native reservation with his white wife.
Metlakatla is located on the central western side of the Annette Island and the corresponding federal reserve, the only Native reservation in Alaska.
In the late nineteenth century Native reservation people continued to mete out punishment for offenses, follow traditional social norms, select their leaders, and make other internal decisions.
(30) Post-ANCSA, the only Native reservation in Alaska is the Annette Island Reserve for Metlakatla Indians.
Honey Moccasin is a film about the challenge of seeing and being seen in media culture and the negotiation of identity in the face of mass media-reproduced stereotypes of the Native reservation.
Buy up some private farms and ranches, add in some Native reservation holdings, and you've got a pretty good start.
The docu series takes on UFOs in "Six Days in Roswell," rural Appalachian poverty in "American Hollow" and a dying movie theater in Northern India in "Kumar Talkies." Another hot-button pic is "Super Chief," an examination of alleged corruption involving a casino on a native reservation.
The 14-mile road in Southeast Alaska is located on Annette Island Reserve, the only Alaska Native Reservation in the state.