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Keshena, Menominee Reservation


It is the second largest Anishinabe settlement on the Menominee Reservation. According to the 2010 census, Keshena, Wisconsin had a population of 1,262. Native Americans accounted for 96% of the population of Keshena which is a CDP or census designated place. Whites accounted for 3% of the cdp's population. Hispanics accounted for 2% of the population. There is a total of 376 housing units in the cdp, which gives Keshena an average household size of about 3.8 persons per housing unit. Economically the cdp's citizens are doing poorly. Around 45% of the cdp's citizens live below the poverty line. The cdp covers an area of 8.5 sq. mi. Elevation is 823 feet above sea level. Keshena has no zip code. Below are several links to photographs of Keshena, Menominee Reservation.







Keshena Full Photograph From Above

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