There are about 300 Native American reservations in the U.S. They cover about 55 million acres, composing 2.3% of the country’s land. There are 200 tribes who don’t have a reservation. Most of the reservations are not connected with ancestral lands of the tribes who live there. Rather, natives were forcible relocated to the land due to violent clashes and demand for space by settlers. Oftentimes the land was insufficient for their traditional farming practices. Furthermore, complaints by settlers led to a decrease in size of many reservations.
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