DEFINITION : A Native American reservation is an area of land that is owned and governed by a Native American tribe and managed by the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs. Such reservation is not required to follow the state government laws in which the area is located.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this research is to spread awareness about society’s current state of knowledge regarding Native American Reservations and Native American culture in a variety of contexts.
APPLICATION: This research is intended to educate others on Native American culture.
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Gonzalez, Brooklyn; Conway, Casey; and Erl Soper, Ginger, "Native American Reservations" (2022). Ethnographies of Parkland Student Life. 43.