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United States Census American Indian Joint-Use Areas 2022

U.S. Census Bureau
  • Added 14 Sep 2022

Census Current (2022) Legal and Statistical Entities Web Map Service; January 1, 2022 vintage.

Joint-Use Areas, as applied to any American Indian area by the Census Bureau, means an area that is administered jointly and/or claimed by two or more American Indian tribes. The Census Bureau designates legal joint-use areas as unique geographic entities for the purpose of presenting statistical data.

Information

CategoryCensus & Statistics
Tagscensus
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RegionsOklahoma, Powhattan, Granada, Harrison, Netawaka, Reilly, Wetmore, Whiting, Jefferson, Liberty, Santo Domingo, Bernalillo

Technical Details

Layer ID 110440
Data type Vector polygon
Feature count 7
Attributes AIANNH, FSRFLG, AIANNHNS, AREALAND, ALANDHIST, AREAWATER, AWATERHIST, AIANNHCC, EFFDATE, ESTABDATE, FUNCSTAT, GCFLG, GEOID, LSADC, MTFCC, BASENAME, NAME, OID, AIANNHCOMP, STATEFP1, STATEFP2, STATEFP3, UR, VINTAGE, AIANNHFP1, AIANNHFP2, AIANNHFP3, HU100, POP100, CENTLAT, CENTLON, INTPTLAT, INTPTLON, AREA, LEN
Services Vector Query API, Web Feature Service (WFS)

History

Sourcetigerweb.geo.census.gov
Added 14 Sep 2022 ago
Last checked 14 Sep 2022 ago
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