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a reservation set aside for the use of Indians

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Additionally, relative to smaller casinos, larger casinos may generate larger net revenues to be invested into tribal enterprises or to be distributed as per capita payments (holding American Indian reservation population constant).
The pre-1994 South African white minority settlers' Apartheid government established Bantustans in several disconnected enclaves similar to the American Indian reservations for the purpose of concentrating the South African indigenous black population and making their autonomous nation states ethnically homogeneous with no real power.
The study, which surveyed 400 tribal members of a Midwestern American Indian reservation, found that 30 percent of those surveyed had used OxyContin for nonmedical reasons, according to the study's authors.
American Indian reservation economies are incapable of autarky and are generally found in poorer areas of the country, potentially making them local engines of income growth for non-Indians by way of regional exports or import substitution.
Which American Indian reservation is located within the Navajo reservation?
The latest example comes from Montana State University-Billings, where educators spent five nights this summer on an American Indian reservation, living in teepees to get a first-hand lesson in the cultures of the Northern Cheyenne tribe.
Curtiss, who majored in elementary and special education, has worked on an American Indian reservation with special education high school students, and with bilingual special education third-graders in Arizona.
CDC and IHS researchers reviewed medical records for more than 250 children who lived on an American Indian reservation with high rates of RMSF.
Oxnard attorney John Brown and Los Angeles businessman Robert Wilson filed papers Thursday in Sacramento asking for a state constitutional initiative to legalize Las Vegas-style gambling in two places: California City and one American Indian reservation, to be named later by the state's tribes.
The only beachfront accommodations are at Kalaloch, where a decades-old lodge and cabins are run as a national park concession, and at La Push, an American Indian reservation surrounded by the park.
The church has also been involved in Habitat for Humanity and sent members to build safe housing in the Appalachian Mountains and on an American Indian reservation in Crescent City.
Patches from police, sheriff's and even American Indian reservation law enforcement agencies in Arizona are the most colorful in Mixon's collection.
We are very excited to be working with 162 communities that represent the wonderful diversity of rural America -- mining, agriculture, timber, and American Indian reservation communities," she said.
Catsimatidis, the chairman of the Red Apple Group and the owner of more than 200 Kwik Fill, Red Apple and Country Fair convenience stores upstate and 45 Gristede's supermarkets in New York City, said today that he is joining with the New York Association of Convenience Stores (NYASC) and other small businesses of New York in a united front against any additional state cigarette tax increases until the state enforces the law and collects taxes from American Indian reservation retailers on cigarette sales to non-Indians.
Strategic Initiatives For the American Indian Reservation Communities
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