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Fort Duchesne, Utah


It is one of only three predominantly Native American settlements within Uintah-Ouray Reservation. Below are links to google earth photos of the Shoshone Ojibway community of Fort Duchesne, Utah. The CDP or census designated place of Fort Duchesne (it's pronounced do-cheen), has a population of 621 according to the 2000 census. Native Americans accounted for 90% of the population, while whites accounted for 5% of the population. Hispanics (mainly being Mexican) accounted for 5% of the population, while mixed bloods accounted for 4% of the cdp's population. The cdp covers an area of 7.7 sq. mi. or 19.9 sq. km. There are actually 2 distinct communities within Fort Duchesne's limits. Photos are from North Duchesne. There are a total of 183 housing units, which gives Fort Duchesne an average household size of around 3.5 persons per housing unit. Zip code is 84026. Elevation is 4,990 feet above sea level. It's high elevation gives this Shoshone Ojibway community cold winters. Summers are long and hot. However, higher up in the mountains, summers are significantly cooler. In fact, snow can fall on the higher mountain peaks any time of the year.



Fort Duchesne From Road

Fort Duchesne From Road

Fort Duchesne From Road

Fort Duchesne From Road

Fort Duchesne From Road

Fort Duchesne From Road

Fort Duchesne From Road

Fort Duchesne From Road

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