The tribe has multiple separate groups and reservations. The main group, the Sac and Fox of the Mississippi in Oklahoma moved to near Stroud, Oklahoma in 1869 where they have about 2500 members and an 800 acre (3.2 km²) reservation.
A smaller group (called the Sac and Fox of the Mississippi in Iowa or the Meskwaki) returned to their Iowa lands where they now have about 700 members and 4,165 acres (16.854 km² / 6.507 sq mi) in Tama County, Iowa near the city of Tama. There was a resident population of 761 persons on the Sac and Fox/Meskwaki Indian Settlement at the 2000 census.
The Sac and Fox Tribe of Missouri separated from the main band in the 1830's and has 360 members and a 61.226 km² (23.639 sq mi) tract in southeastern Richardson County, Nebraska and northeastern Brown County, Kansas, near Falls City, Nebraska. The Sac and Fox Indian Reservation had a resident population of 217 persons at the 2000 census.
Jim Thorpe, the famous athlete, was a member of this tribe.
EPA Region 7 Tribal Program Awards Grants to Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri for Water Monitoring, Radon Protection
Jul 09, 2012; KANSAS CITY, Kan., -- The following information was released by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: EPA Region 7's Office...