How much land in Maine is designated for Native American reservations?



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    There are three designated tribal reservations in Maine: the Passamaquoddy Indian Township Reservation; population 627 (2000 Census); total land area 43.4 square miles, Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point Reservation; population 640 (2000 Census); total land area is half a square mile, Penobscot Indian Island Reservation; population 562 (2000 Census); total land area 20.6 square miles.

    The total land area designated to tribal reservation in Maines is 64.5 square miles. The total land area of Maine is 35,385 square miles. This means that about 0.2% percent of Maine’s land is designated for reservation.

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    You can view a handy visualization of federal land and indian reservations in Maine here.  

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