Fort Yuma Indian Reservation

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The Fort Yuma Indian Reservation is a part of the traditional lands of the Quechan people. Established in 1884, the reservation, at 32°47′04″N 114°38′43″W / 32.78444°N 114.64528°W / 32.78444; -114.64528Coordinates: 32°47′04″N 114°38′43″W / 32.78444°N 114.64528°W / 32.78444; -114.64528, has a land area of 178.197 km² (68.802 sq mi) in southeastern Imperial County, California, and western Yuma County, Arizona, near the city of Yuma, Arizona. Both the county and city are named for the tribe.

Yuma County with Fort Yuma Indian Reservation highlighted