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Sakaogan, Michigan


This Ojibway town is located in Forest County, Wisconsin. Below are links to google earth photos of Sakaogan (aka Mole Lake). According to 2010's census, Sakaogan has a population of 435. Ojibway's make up 80% of this Ojibway towns population. Whites make up 15%. Mexicans and mixed bloods make up 4.4%. I counted over 210 housing units within Sakaogan. Through some sort of corrupted behavior, Ojibway's of this location became known as The Lost Tribe or Landless. In 1902, they became chief Rocky Boy's subjects and continue to remain his subjects. In 1902, chief Rocky Boy sent a letter to President Roosevelt telling President Roosevelt that chief Rocky Boy was leader of all landless Ojibway's in various parts of the United States. Sakaogan or Mole Lake, is a small Ojibway community belonging to the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana. In Ojibway Language, their word for reservoir is "Za-ga-i-gan." They pronounce "Za-ga-i-gan" wrong at this Ojibway town. They instead pronounce it "Sa-ka-o-gan." Forest County Potawatomi People also belong to the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana. They were landless as well.



Sakaogan From Road

Sakaogan From Road

Sakaogan From Road

Sakaogan From Road

Sakaogan From Road

Sakaogan From Road

Sakaogan From Road

Sakaogan From Road

Sakaogan From Road

Sakaogan From Road

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