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St. Croix, Wisconsin


They have several communities in northwest Wisconsin. Below are google earth photos of their community? adjacent to Danbury, Wisconsin. I have no idea what the populations of their communities are. These Ojibway's do not know their history. They were landless according to historians or a lost tribe. Big Sand Lake is their largest community. There may be 55 to 60 housing units there and a population of 150 to 200. Big Round Lake is their second largest community. There may be 50 or so housing units there. It's population may be 125 to 150. Sand Lake has around 40 or so housing units and a population of 100 to 125. Bashaw may have 15 or so housing units and a population of 30 to 50. Their community at Danbury is risky. It may be predominantly white. There are 45 to 50 housing units and a population of 80 to 100. They became landless as mentioned or were relocated from Montana to Wisconsin. 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. St. Croix Ojibway communities are small Ojibway communities belonging to the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana.



St. Croix Danbury From Road

St. Croix Danbury From Road

St. Croix Danbury From Road

St. Croix Danbury From Road

St. Croix Danbury From Road

St. Croix Danbury From Road

Satellite Image of Big Sand Lake

Satellite Image of Big Round Lake

Satellite Image of Sand Lake

Satellite Image of Bashaw

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