Data is presented as dots that represent specific groups of people. There are green dots for Whites, blue dots for Blacks, yellow dots for Hispanics, red dots for Asians, and gray dots for Others.
There is no dot for American Indians.
Census tract 9402
Population estimate: 3,574
In that box, "Others: 96%" is tribal members of another federally recognized tribal nation.
Comment: Ya think?
For the umpteenth time, we see our society's attempts to wipe Indians from our collective memory. Either we omit them altogether (No Indians in On Stranger Tides, Wikipedia: Native Journalists Aren't Notable). Or we include them but only as primitive people of the past--as savage terrorists, warriors, or mascots. Is it any wonder that 70% of Americans think Indians are extinct?
For more on the subject, see Unidentified Reservations in Google Maps.