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St. Stevens, Wind River Reservation


It is just east of the cdp of Arapahoe and about 3 miles directly south of the white city of Riverton. St. Stevens started out as a school (it is still used as a school) to send Anishinabe children to, to brainwash them, or force them to lose their Anishinabe identity. There is one location in St. Stephens which is just southeast of the school by a mile and a third, where up to 80 housing units are located. I'm not certain about the obvious settlement and that includes if it is even named St. Stevens. Where the St. Stevens school is located, it is considered to be a part of Arapahoe. In fact, this settlement may also be included within the cdp area of Arapahoe. I do not know the demographics of this settlement but do know that it is a settlement which has the Wind River Hotel and Casino nearby. There may be up to 300 to 400 people living there. Many are probably white. Elevation is 4,940 feet above sea level. Below are several links to photographs of the Anishinabe-Ute settlement of St. Stephens, Wind River Reservation.





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St. Stephens Photograph From Above

St. Stephens Photograph From Above

Road Closeup Photograph

Road Closeup Photograph

Road Closeup Photograph

Road Closeup Photograph



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