Population of the Top 25 American Indian Tribes for the United States: 1990 and 1980
From the Bureau of the Census
Popular tables and maps for the U.S., states, counties, cities, towns, and American Indian reservations for population, housing, economics, and geographic data.
American Indian and Alaska Native Populationsfrom the Bureau of the Census
Characteristics of American Indians and Alaska Natives by Tribe and Language: 2000 C3.223/28:2000 PHC-5/PT.1. (Government Documents) Issued in 2003, this book provides a wealth of information on topics ranging from education, work and income to housing and household characteristics.
City and County Data Books
C3:134/2 C83/2. (Government Documents)
From the University of Virginia, this site allows you to select counties and variables, with an output that you can use in Excel. Want to see it in print? Go to Government Documents.
County and State Demographics
Broken down by age, race, county, and MSA.
from the NC Commerce Dept.
Statistics by state, county, municipality, township, tract, block group, and block coverage.
Native American-Indian Genealogy
Find genealogy records for numerous tribes here.
North Carolina: 2000. Summary Population and Housing Characteristics C3.223/18:2000PHC-1-35. (Government Documents)
|Population of American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes from the 2000 Census||American Indian and Alaska Native tribe alone or in any combination|
|.Cherokees of Northeast Alabama||867|
|.Cherokees of Southeast Alabama||751|
|.Georgia Eastern Cherokee||281|
|.Northern Cherokee Nation of Missouri and Arkansas||2,724|
|.United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee||603|
|.Southeastern Cherokee Council||240|
|.Sac River Band of the Chickamauga-Cherokee||27|
|.White River Band of the Chickamauga-Cherokee||448|
|.Four Winds Cherokee||767|
|.Cherokee of Georgia||88|