U. S. Domestic Sovereign Nations: Land Areas of Federally-Recognized Tribes
The U.S. Domestic Sovereign Nations: Land Areas of Federally-recognized Tribes map (commonly referred to as Indian lands) gives the user the ability to zoom, change base maps, and identify tribal lands with the BIA Land Area Representation (LAR). The LAR depicts the external extent of Federal Indian reservations, land held in “trust” by the United States, “restricted fee” or “mixed ownership” tracts for Federally-recognized tribes and individual Indians.
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BIA Tribal Resilience Program Awards Map
The BIA's Tribal Resilience Program Awards map provides access to BIA's Tribal Resilience Award details and Tribal Resilience Resources for every tribe or tribal organization that has received an award. The map is searchable by location or name. The map includes regional boundaries for related federal agencies, such as USGS' Climate Adaptation Science Centers, as reference.
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