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Kenel, Standing Rock-Cheyenne River Reservation


Located in the eastern part of the Standing Rock District of the Standing Rock-Cheyenne River Reservation, about 2 miles from the Missouri River, in Corson County, South Dakota, is the Anishinabe-Dakota settlement of Kenel. The settlement of Kenel has about 65 housing units including a few surrounding farms. Most (around 50 or so housing units) are located in a small area. I don't know the demographics of Kenel but using google earth i know the settlement is going through an economic crisis. Almost no businesses are located in the small community which is probably between 80% or 90% Native American. The population is probably between 200 and 400, with 400 probably being the closest correct population estimate. Elevation is 1,980 feet above sea level. Below are several links to photographs of the Anishinabe-Dakota settlement of Kenel, Standing Rock-Cheyenne River Reservation.





Kenel Photograph from Above

Road Closeup Photograph

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