Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana






Dayton Homesite, Montana


It is located just west of Highway 93 and the settlement of Dayton. The housing units which number close to 10, are located along Black Lake Road which leads to Black Lake. I found this location using the Flathead Reservation Transportation Plan (2007-2017) web page or pdf file. A BIA Homesite is an area of Reservation land where housing units are allowed to be built. In some cases they are built for non whites for recreational use. The population of this tiny settlement is probably between 20 and 30. It depends on family size. I don't know the exact demographics of this settlement. Elevation of this settlement is 2,948 feet above sea level. They may want to name this small settlement Black Lake in the future, if more housing units are built. Black Lake is located a little over 1 mile directly west of the main housing units within Dayton Homesite. North of Black Lake Road are a couple of large farms. Dayton Homesite is a Kootenai Ojibway settlement. Below are a few google earth pictures of the beautiful region around Dayton Homesite.



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