Located in far northern Wisconsin along the shores of Lake Superior, the Chippewa city of Red Cliff has long been an
important location to the Anishinabe people. In what is now the United States, the Chippewa's who lived furthest west
(not including the Chippewa's who left on the first diaspora about 1,000 years ago) lived in the red cliff region. Today,
the settlement is widely scattered over an area of 50 sq. mi., and includes a significant white population. The population
of Red Cliff and the whites who live within the city's limits, is 1,393. Native Americans make up 77% of the city's
population, while the whites make up 21% of the city's population. Elevation of the city is 787 feet above sea level.
Below are several links to pictures of the beautiful Chippewa city of Red Cliff.