Friday afternoon, I went online and with a few clicks made a reservation at the Best Western in Monticello, just off Highway 17.
Back in June, President Obama made his first visit to an Indian reservation, and he was just the third sitting president to do so.
On his reservation, the most dangerous place is the broken down public pool.
The reservation is sovereign Indian land, and the grizzly is a sacred animal to these tribes.
Need to cancel a reservation at the last minute but scared of the fee?
And so late in 1872 Cochise and his people came back to the reservation.
It has now been discontinued on the reservation for about twenty years.
One school is in operation on the reservation, with an attendance of forty scholars.
"The Indian reservation, just across the fence," Wilomene explained.
The language of the reservation is open to more interpretations than one.
late 14c., "act of reserving," from Old French reservation (14c.) and directly from Late Latin reservationem (nominative reservatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin reservare (see reserve (n.)). Mental sense is from c.1600. U.S. sense "tract of public land set aside for some special use" is recorded from 1789, originally in reference to the Six Nations in New York State. Meaning "act or fact of engaging a room, a seat, etc." is from 1904, originally American English.