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List of Indian reservations in New Mexico

  Reservations and Pueblos

This is a list of Indian reservations and Pueblos in the U.S. state of New Mexico.

List of Reservations and Pueblos

Official Name Ethnicity Pop.
(2010)[1]
Area
(Acres)[2]
County(s) Notes
Acoma Indian Reservation Keres 3,011 378,262 Cibola, Socorro, Catron Includes the Acoma Pueblo.
Cochiti Pueblo Keres 1,727 50,681 Sandoval
Pueblo of Isleta Tiwa 3,400 301,102 Bernalillo
Jemez Pueblo Jemez 1,815 89,619 Sandoval
Jicarilla Apache Nation Apache 3,254 879,917 Rio Arriba
Kewa Pueblo Keres 3,255 Sandoval
Laguna Pueblo Keres 4,043 495,442 Bernalillo, Cibola, Sandoval, Valencia
Mescalero Apache Reservation Apache 3,613 460,769 Lincoln, Otero
Nambe Pueblo Tewa 1,611 19,093 Santa Fe One of the Eight Northern Pueblos.
Navajo Nation Navajo 65,764 Bernalillo, Cibola, McKinley San Juan, Socorro Includes Alamo, Ramah and Tohajiilee Reservations.
Main reservation extends into Arizona (Apache, Coconino, Navajo) and Utah (San Juan)
Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo Tewa 6,309 12,236 Rio Arriba One of the Eight Northern Pueblos.
Picuris Pueblo Tiwa 1,886 15,034 Taos One of the Eight Northern Pueblos.
Pojoaque Pueblo Tewa 3,316 12,004 Santa Fe One of the Eight Northern Pueblos.
Sandia Pueblo Tiwa 4,965 22,890 Bernalillo, Sandoval
San Felipe Pueblo Keres 3,536 48,929 Sandoval
San Ildefonso Pueblo Tewa 1,752 28,179 Santa Fe One of the Eight Northern Pueblos.
Santa Ana Pueblo Keres 621 Sandoval
Santa Clara Indian Reservation Tewa 11,021 53,437 Rio Arriba, Sandoval, Santa Fe Includes the Santa Clara Pueblo, one of the Eight Northern Pueblos.
Taos Pueblo Tiwa 4,384 96,106 Taos One of the Eight Northern Pueblos.
Tesuque Pueblo Tewa 841 Santa Fe One of the Eight Northern Pueblos.
Ute Mountain Ute Indian Reservation Ute San Juan Reservation is primarily located in Colorado (La Plata, Montezuma).
Zia Pueblo Zia 737 121,613 Sandoval
Zuni Indian Reservation Zuni 7,891 588,093 Catron, Cibola, McKinley Includes the Zuni Pueblo.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.nmlegis.gov/lcs/handouts/New%20Mexico%20Census.pdf
  2. ^ Anton, Treuer; Wood, Karenne; Fitzhugh, William; Capture, George; Fraizer, Theresa; Miller, Miles; Belarde-Lewis, Miranda; Norwood, Jill (2013). Indian Nations of North America. Washington, D.C.:  
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