St. John, North Dakota


Located about 6 miles north of Belcourt's city limits, is St. John, North Dakota which is an Ojibway Turtle Mountain Reservation town. Below are several links to google earth photos of St. John, North Dakota. Unlike Belcourt's classification as being a simple CDP (census designated place), St. John is an incorportated city. It is tiny when compared to Belcourt's population and size however. St. John covers 0.3 sq. mi and has a population of 341. Around 65% of the city's population is Indian, while 22% is white. There are 154 housing units in this small Ojibway city, which means the city has an average household size of slightly over 2.0 persons per housing unit. Elevation is 1,949 feet above sea level. West of St. John, is a large area of forests. Several small lakes are scattered around the small settlement. Financially, the citizens of the community of St. John are doing well. Around 16% live under the poverty line.



St. John Road Picture

St. John Road Picture

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St. John Road Picture

St. John Road Picture

St. John Road Picture

St. John Road Picture

St. John Road Picture

St. John Road Picture

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