Do you need a passport to enter Indian Reservations?
No you do not. Passports are for entering other countries. The only way you would need a passport to enter an Indian reservation would be if the reservation was in another country. ...
Asked in Native American History
If you are American Indian and purchase land is it sovereign?
No. Only reservation land is considered as such. Tribal land is held in trust and can only be leased it cannot be sold. ...
Can an Indian owned vehicle be repossessed legally from sovereign Indian land - a reservation - in California?
Reservation repos MUST be conducted by tribal law. VOLUNTARY repo or REPLEVIN only. & Indian Land can be protected, therefore no one is allowed in it with out the Chief's permission. Even the government has difficulties getting in legally, therefore governments typically take no action. If you watch Operation Repo, it was 100% fake. ...
Who was a famous Shoshone Indian in Wyoming?
Chief Washakie was a famous Shoshone chief who helped establish the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming. The Wind River Reservation is the only reservation in the US where the land was chosen by the tribe which lives there. Another famous Shoshone Tribal member from Wyoming is Sacajawea, also Sakakawea or Sacagawea. Sacajawea was the Lemhi Shoshone woman who traveled with the Lewis and Clark Expedition. ...
Asked in Native American History
What was the first Indian reservation?
The very first Indian reservation in North America was established on August 1, 1758 in New Jersey by the New Jersey Colonial Assembly. It was a "permanent home" for the Lenni-Lenape people. It was established in Burlington County. After many events, the Nj Assembly agreed to sell the reservation and give the profits to the remaining tribal members, which now only numbered 85. Hope This Helps! :) Nope--the first are the Mattaponi Indian Reservation and the Pamunkey Reservations. They were established by an...
Asked in Wyoming
What is the name of a native American in Wyoming?
There were 4 original Native American Tribe in the state of Wyoming, starting with; The Arapaho tribe, Cheyenne, Crow, and Shoshone. Today the only 2 federally recognized tribes in Wyoming are the Arapaho and Shoshone Tribes. They both share a single Indian Reservation, called Wind River Reservation. ...
Asked in Chippewa Indians, History of Canada
What are the names of the Indian tribes in Canada?
Many native North American Indian tribes held lands in what is modern day Canada ; the largest tribes were : Ojibewa / Ojibwa / Chippewa Inuit / Eskimo Mohawk Blackfoot Lakota / Dakota / Sioux to name only a few. ...
Asked in Cherokee Indians
Where are the different Cherokee reservations located?
There is only one "Cherokee Reservation" in existence, that is located in North Carolina and held by the Eastern Band of Cherokee. It is not a 'normal' reservation however, in that it recognizes a line and defines land holders within 100 miles of that line to be 'in' the reservation. The "Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma" has jurisdiction over several counties there, but it is NOT a reservation. The state of Oklahoma is in itself a 'reservation' to indians. ...
What was Red Cloud's contributation to the west?
Red Cloud became the only Indian leader to win a major war against the United States and when limitless numbers plus technology of the United States overwhelmed the Sioux, Red Cloud adapted to fighting the Indian Bureau for fair treatment for his people. He signed the Treaty of Fort Laramie of 1868 which created the Great Sioux Reservation and Black Hills "a reservation now covering all of western South Dakota". ...
Asked in Air Travel, Airlines
Function of airline reservation system?
There are only so many seats on any given airplane, and people want to know that when they get to the airplane, they will have a seat, so they make a reservation. It is much the same as making a reservation anywhere, whether at a restaurant, an opera, etc. ...
Are Native Americans still in the state of Alabama today?
Yes, Native American's are located throughout the US, as well as the world. There is only one small Indian reservation in Alabama at this time, located along the border to Louisiana. The Creek Indians (Called [the] Poarch Creek; from the town of Poarch and their origins of Creek) live on a 230 acre reservation, and number 2,300 as of the last reporting. ...
Is the 'Indian Removal Act' still an active law?
The Indian Removal Act has not been repealed and is still an active law, most of the provisions of that law are not enforced however. The only parts of that law that are still enforced is that non-US Citizen 'Indians' are not allowed off reservations, or allowed to exist if they do not have a reservation. ...
Asked in Database Programming, Air Travel, Airlines, ASP.NET
What is an Airline reservation?
This is when you book a flight. You have to have a reservation in advance before you can fly. If you are looking to make an on-line booking, try http://www.globester.com. But in most on-line sites you have to purchase the tickets at the time of the reservation. Only way to make a booking but not pay is to call the airline directly. Sam ...
Asked in Internet
What are the scope and limitation of online reservation?
• Reservation by the customer is available online by filling up the reservation form. • Customer can also make a reservation through phone or by walk-in. • Customer can reschedule his schedule. Limitation • The system is through online. • Customer can only pay in bank account of BDO & Western Union. • The customer message will be sent thru the e-mail of the customer within 24 hours. ...