Red Cliff, Wisconsin


Located in far northern Wisconsin, along the shores of Lake Superior, Red Cliff has long been an important location to Anishinabe people. Below are several links to google earth photos of Red Cliff, Wisconsin. This settlement is widely scattered over an area of 50 sq. mi. It means much of this settlements population is not on Reservation. Population of Red Cliff and the whites who live within the city's limits, is 1,393. Most whites live off this Ojibway Reservation which has an on-Reservation population of just under 1,000. Native Americans make up 77% of the city's population, while whites make up 21% of the city's population. Elevation of the city is 787 feet above sea level.



Red Cliff From Road

Red Cliff From Road

Red Cliff From Road

Red Cliff From Road

Red Cliff From Road

Red Cliff From Road

Red Cliff From Road

Red Cliff From Road

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