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Native American Opportunities

The BorderTransportationSystem will be crossing the Tohono O'odham Nation Reservation in Arizona.  The area is vast and part of the reservation's population are allowed to cross the U.S.A. / Mexico Border as there are much history between our native population and the Mexican population at this point. 

The population is somewhere around 28,000 and the income levels are toward the lower end of the spectrum, with basket weaving, casinos, farming, and other work providing the bulk of the nation's income.

National Native American Burial Grounds:

Native American Burial Grounds are sacred and although non-natives can look upon the graves, photographs and trespassing is not allowed.  But, for the tribes of the United States and Mexico, a National Native American Cemetery not unlike Arlington National Cemetery may be a way for our first fathers to gain recognition.  There would be a National Native American Museum located and associated with the cemetery that can honor those Native Americans and the history of the populations, this museum would bring in needed jobs and revenue to the tribe, and the tribal government.

National Native American Museum:

It is proposed that the BorderTransportationSystem that will be running through about 72 miles of the reservation have a station within the reservation so that those natives that want to travel to other areas for work, may do so. It is also proposed that a National Native American Museum be created, with the help and permission of the tribal consul, at this station. 

Yes, there is the recently new Native American Museum in Washington, D.C., and there is a small Native Americas Museum near Benson, Arizona, but these are created mostly by non-native Americans with some input from our native American communities, and only tell part of the history, the part that is in our history books.  The tribes of our nation are numerous, and most have little to no representation outside of their reservation lands and very little representation in the populated western part of our great nation.  This proposed National Native American Museum would be 100% exclusively owned, stocked, maintained, and representative of the tribes of our great nation.  With the high-speed rail lines, it could become a major tourist and educational facility for the tribes.

Energy Generation:

The northern Mexico and Southern Arizona area along our border where the Tohono O'odham Nation resides is prime land for wind and solar energy generation, and it should be developed by the tribes via a National Tribal Energy Trust Association.  This joint venture by tribes from all over the nation can bring in revenue for all the tribes that join and contribute.  The energy generated will be sold to the BorderTransportationSystem via a fixed price agreement, and excess energy generation can be used by the tribe and also sold on the open market.


Native Americans have found that Casinos with resort hotels are a great profit maker, and the BorderTransportationSystem can help with this.  The system will connect millions of people from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean with high-speed and Mag Lev rail, rail which can bring tens of thousands of 'players' to a Border area Casino, Golf Course, hotel and resort. 

Theme and Recreational Areas:

The Native American culture is rich in history and contributions to our way of life, but little is known of much of it.  For instance, Kitt Peak is on reservation land, and so is much of our Border with Mexico.  Adding high-speed rail and the opportunities for millions of tourist from both the U.S.A., Mexico, and elsewhere, there is an opportunity for 'rebuilding' the Old West, establishing a Native American Adventure park, providing Trail Riding and Exploring, living a typical day in the life of the ancients, etc..

Manufacturing Work:

The local Mexican and American native tribes along our border are some of the poorer people in the two nations, and adding light manufacturing to the mix would help to raise incomes, while still keeping prices within reason of both nations.  Electronic assembly, garments, pottery, communication centers, furniture assembly, bike manufacturing, and building components for the BorderTransportationSystem and the rail cars are some of the possibilities.

Medical Facilities:

Being on the border and the BorderTransportationSystem high-speed rail line, this opens up an opportunity for a Medical Center dedicated to indigenous peoples on both sides of the border.  Properly designed and financed by Native Americans across the nation, it can be a major Medical Center for the Indian Nations of both countries. 

Index of ...

Federal Laws and Acts Protecting Burial Sites

Tohono O'odham Nation - Wikipedia

Burial Customs and Cemeteries in American History

Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act



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