Naytahwaush, Minnesota


Located in White Earth Reservations central portion, White Earth Reservation CDP (census designated place) of Naytahwaush, has a population of 578 according to 2010's census. Below are links to google earth photos of Naytahwaush. Within this settlement are 178 housing units with 161 lived in. Average household size for Naytahwaush is 3.6 persons per housing unit. This small Ojibway community has a land area of 19.8 sq. mi. or 51.3 sq. km. There is, however, one area where a majority of it's housing units are located. It has over 100 housing units and is surrounded by a beautiful forest. This region is especially beautiful during spring, summer, and autumn. Native Americans make up 93.4% of this communities population. Whites account for 3.1% of it's population. Mexican's account for 2.1% of it's population. Mixed bloods account for 3.3% of it's population. Elevation of Naytahwaush is 1,486 feet above sea level. Zip code is 56566. Most Ojibway's who live in Naytahwaush, are supposedly from Mille Lacs band. However, that is wrong. Historically, it is thought that Mille Lacs Ojibway's were relocated to this location of White Earth Reservation including an area around Gull Lake. However, United States Deported many Montana Ojibway's to Minnesota. It was not Ojibway's from Mille Lacs who were Deported to Gull Lake and Twin Lakes. It was Montana Ojibway's who were Deported to Gull Lake and Twin Lakes. According to a December 4, 1902 Minneapolis Journal Article, Mille Lacs Ojibway's were going to soon arrive to Gull Lake and Twin Lakes and take up allotments. At that same time, chief Rocky Boy was negotiating with American representatives about finding land for Montana Ojibway's. Naytahwaush was also settled by Montana Ojibway's.



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