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Cass Lake, Minnesota


Located in Leech Lake Reservations northwest, city of Cass Lake, Minnesota lies next to Cass Lakes southwestern shores. Below are links to several google earth photos of Cass Lake, Minnesota and links to other Leech Lake Reservation communities. Population of this Chippewa city is 770 according to a 2010 census. Around 67.9% of it's citizens are Native American. It is 73.5% when including mixed bloods and Mexicans. Whites account for 24% of it's population. Cass Lake covers 1.1 sq. mi. It has 371 housing units, with 305 lived in. It gives Cass Lake a 2.52 persons per housing unit average. This settlement is doing so, so financially. Around 29% of this city's citizens live under poverty line. Racism is an endemic problem in this predominantly Native American city. It was only fairly recent when it's first Native American was voted in as mayor of Cass Lake, Minnesota. Elevation is 1,332 feet above sea level. Zip code is 56633. Region around this settlement is one that is especially beautiful during spring, summer, and autumn. Forests surround Cass Lake, as well as numerous lakes.



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Cass Lake Road Close Up

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