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The Hopi Indian Reservation is a federally-recognized reservation, located in northern Arizona.
Wikipedia has more about this subject: Hopi Reservation
  • Reservation Established -- December 16,1882
  • BIA Agency -- Hopi Indian Agency
  • Principal tribes -- Hopi Indian Tribe
  • Population -- 1969: Tribal enrollment: 6,000 [1]


Land Records: All land is tribally owned.

Records at tribal headquarters are for currently enrolled tribal members. Records may include: allotments, annuities, enrollments, employees, courts, leases, police registers, registers of families, and vital records. These records vary from tribe to tribe. Find the older and most useful records for family history research at the BIA Agency for the tribe, or at the National Archives.

For Further Reading

See For Further Reading.


  1. Confederation of American Indians (New York, New York), Indian Reservations: a State and Federal Handbook (Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland, 1986), ???. At various repositories (WorldCat); FHL Book 970.1 In2.


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