Located in northwestern Michigan, about 65 miles from the upper peninsula of Michigan, is the Chippewa and Odawa settlement
of Peshawbestown. The GTB Chippewa's and Odawa's have a small Reservation in the region and peshawbestown may be their only
settlement. I'm not certain if Peshawbestown is predominantly Native American. However, the settlement is very important to
the GTB Chippewa's and Odawa's, especially considering they have built a casino there. The GTB Anishinabek number around
600 or so in the Peshawbestown region. Their town name is derived from an Anishinabe leader who lived in the mid 19th century.
He was named Pay-shaw-bay. In the Chippewa dialect of the Anishinabe language, they would (i'm not certain) refer to this
settlement as Pay-shaw-beg O-da-na, which means Payshawbes Town of course. Though i don't know if the settlement is
predominantly Native American, it may very well be. Below are several links to pictures of the
beautiful Chippewa settlement of Peshawbestown, Michigan.