Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana

South San Pasqual

It is one of the many communities of the Black Hills Indian Reservation. South San Pasqual is actually part of 3 different communities. The main one is San Pasqual. South San Pasqual is 1.5 miles south of San Pasqual and East San Pasqual. According to the 2000 census, the population for all San Pasqual communities was 752. Like some other communities in the Black Hills Reservation, the citizens of San Pasqual are having trouble identifing their race. Of the population of 752, 351 were Indian, while 338 were Mexican. Whites numbered 176. There are 215 housing units for all San Pasqual communities. The average household size is 3.5 persons per housing unit. Although San Pasqual may not be within the boundaries of the Black Hills Indian Reservation, it is close enough to Rincon and the creek or river near Rincon that flows up to Pauma-Yuima then Pala. It is 3.4 miles to the south of that creek or river. The mountains adjacent to San Pasqual, may have been included as a part of the two Reservations set aside in 1852. Elevation is 1,660 feet above sea level. Lake Wohlford is 1 mile south of South San Pasqual. Below is a google earth photo of the South San Pasqual region.

South San Pasqual Full Photograph From Above

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