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Boneau, Montana


Located near the mountainous portion of this Ojibway Reservation, the CDP (Census Designated Place) of Boneau, is the seventh largest settlement of this Ojibway Reservation. Latest population count (2010) has Boneau having a population of 380, with 92 total housing units. Average household size is 4.1 persons per household. The elevation of Boneau is 3,330 feet above sea level. The high elevation means the settlement has cooler summers than the lower elevations on the plains. FIPS code is 30-08162. The Boneau CDP covers 2.4 sq. mi. About 44% of the settlements population lives below the poverty line, which means the location is having some economic problems. Indians make up 96.6% of the settlements population. Whites make up 1.6% of the population. Mixed bloods make up 1.8% of the population. Latinos make up 3.4% of the population. Boneau resembles a town more than a rural CDP. From the west end of Boneau to the east end, it is about nine blocks. The settlement is only about one block wide. Below is a google earth satellite image of Boneau, Montana.



Boneau Full Photograph From Above

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