Reservation may refer to:
- Indian reservation, in the United States
- Indian reserve, in Canada
- Indigenous Territory, in Brazil
- Reservation (law), a caveat to a treaty
- Table reservation, for restaurant seating
- Reservation in India, a government policy imposing quotas for political representation
- Reservation of the Sacrament, a Christian religious practice
- Nature reserve
- Military base as they are often called Reservations
- "Reservations", a song by Spoon from their album A Series of Sneaks
- "Reservations", a song by Wilco from their album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Other articles related to "reservation":
... Rodney Scout Reservation Location North East, Maryland Founded 1923 Website http//www.delmarvacouncil.org/ Rodney Scout Reservation, operated by the Del-Mar-Va ...
... The Iowa Reservation of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska of Kansas and Nebraska straddles the borders of southeast Richardson County in southeastern Nebraska and Brown and ... The reservation was defined in a treaty from March 1861 ... the tribe operates Casino White Cloud on the reservation ...
... Blue Hills Reservation is a 7,000 acres (2,800 ha) park primarily used for hiking and mountain biking ... The highest point within the reservation, Great Blue Hill in Milton, is the site of a historic weather observatory whose tower offers views of Boston and the surrounding area ... endangered species in Massachusetts, such as the Timber Rattlesnake, reside in the reservation ...
1940 by the Germans setting up the so-called Lublin reservation known also as the Nisko reservation (German Lublin Reservat or Nisko Reservat), a concentration camp complex, in the Generalgouvernement ... The plan and the reservation were named after the cities of Lublin and Nisko, which bordered the area and would have become part of the reservation ... When the Nazis implemented the plan, they set up a variety of forced labour camps adjacent to the reservation, with the reservation supplying the camps with workforce ...
Famous quotes containing the word reservation:
“Music is so much a part of their daily lives that if an Indian visits another reservation one of the first questions asked on his return is: What new songs did you learn?”
—Federal Writers Project Of The Wor, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)