Anishinabe
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Rocky Boy Tribe
of
Chippewa Indians of
Montana








Moss Lake, Minnesota


It is located three miles south of Wood Acres and 4.75 miles southwest of Cass Lake. To it's east by 2.2 miles, is Moss Lake. Moss Lake or As Ga-miiz, covers an area of about 0.7 sq. mi. Since this LLR settlement is not a cdp, city, town, or village i thought i name it after Moss Lake. This LLR settlement was not around in 1991. It don't show up in google earths historical imagery until 2006, so it's a new settlement which was probably constructed by LLR government. It is located in Wilkinson Township which, according to a 2010 census, Wilkinson Townships population is 401. Indians make up 47.1% or 189 of Wilkinson Townships population but 54.5% or 219, when including Mexicans and mixed bloods. There are about 85 or more housing units in Moss Lake or As Ga-miiz. It has an elevation of 1,394 feet above sea level. I don't know it's average household size but Chippewa settlements tend to have average household sizes higher than that of whites. It could be between 3.5 and 5.0 persons per housing unit. Population of Moss Lake or As Ga-miiz, is probably between 170 and 255. Below are a few google satellite images of Moss Lake or As Ga-miiz, Minnesota and links to other Leech Lake Reservation communities.



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Leech Lake Reservation

Communities

Agency Bay
Ball Club
Bena
Big Lake
Black Duck
Boy Lake
Breezy Point
Bug-on-ay-ge-shig
Cass Lake
Cass River
Cherry
Drewery Lake
East Ball Club
East Little Wolf
East Mission Lake
Flora Lake
Inger
Jackson Village
Kego Lake
Lake Little Moss
Lake Little Turtle
Lake Little Wolf
Lost Lake
Luck Lake
Mission Lake
Moss Lake
North Cass Lake
North Little Wolf
North Portage
Oak Point
On-i-gum
Pem-mi-can
Pennington
Ryan Village
South Cass Lake
South Mission
Squaw Lake
Sugar Maple
Sugar Point
Town Lake
Turtle River
West Ball Club
Win-di-go
Win-nie Dam
Wood Acres

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