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Four Bears Village, Fort Berthold Reservation


It is a CDP or census designated place which is located on the Fort Berthold Reservation of North Dakota. Four Bears Village covers an area of 1.0 sq. mi., and has an elevation of 1,955 feet above sea level, and no zip code. The Chippewa's had several of their settlements near this location well before the whites invaded. One was on the northern border of this Reservation, in the White Earth River region. Another was in the Strawberry Lake region of North Dakota, which is east of the Reservation. In the 2000 census, the population of Four Bears Village, North Dakota was 364. There is a total of 90 housing units in the cdp, which gives the cdp an average household size of 4.0 person per housing unit. Native Americans account for 94% of the cdp's population. Whites account for 4% of the population. Mixed bloods account for 2% of the population, while Hispanics account for 3% of the population of Four Bears Village. Economically, the cdp is doing better than most Native American settlements. Around 31% of the cdp's citizens live below the poverty line. Below are several links to photographs of the Anishinabe-Dakota cdp of Four Bears Village, Fort Berthold Reservation.







Four Bears Village Photograph From Above

Four Bears Village Photograph From Above

Four Bears Village Photograph From Above

Four Bears Village Photograph From Above

Road Closeup Photograph

Road Closeup Photograph

Road Closeup Photograph

Road Closeup Photograph



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