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Rocky Boy Tribe
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Chippewa Indians of
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Cannonball, Standing Rock Reservation


It is one of only a couple Standing Rock settlements located in North Dakota. Cannonball covers an area of 96.8 sq. mi., which means it is a very rural settlement. In fact, it is so rural it does not have a zip code. In the 2000 census the population of Cannonball, North Dakota was at 864. It is situated near the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers, both of which were the domain of the Chippewa's. Native Americans accounted for 94% of the cdp's population. Whites accounted for 5% of the population. Hispanics accounted for 2% of the population of Cannonball. Economically the settlement is doing poorly. Around 51% of the cdp's citizens live below the poverty line. There is a total of 208 housing units in Cannonball, which gives the cdp an average household size of a little over 4.0 persons per housing unit. Below are several links to photographs of Cannonball, Standing Rock Reservation.









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