This Chippewa settlement of Black Duck, Minnesota is located just east of County Road 157 and a little south of 96th Street Northeast. It was recently constructed. Using google earth historical imagery, Black Duck or in Ojibway Ma-ka-de Shib, was not around in 1991 but shows up in 2004. So Black Duck is at least 10 years old. In an east facing P shaped street, are nearly all of Black Duck's housing units. This small settlement has around 15 housing housing units. Unlike Boy Lake, which is about one mile northeast, Black Duck has an appearance of a small town. It is located in Boy Lake Township which has a population of 256 according to a 2010 census. In 2010, Indians made up 45.7% or 117, of Boy Lake Townships population. Mixed bloods made up 3.9% or 10, of Boy Lke Townships population in 2010. Population of Black Duck, Minnesota is probably between 30 and 50. Elevation of this small settlement is 1,337 feet above sea level. Below are several google earth photos of Black Duck, Minnesota and links to other Leech Lake Reservation communities.