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Strawberry Lake, Minnesota


Located along Strawberry Lakes eastern shores, this small settlement of Strawberry Lake, is located within Maple Grove Township. Housing units are located along Reservation Highway 23. To it's south are Raspberry Lake and Woodland Trails Resort. There are about 25 housing units located on Strawberry Lake east side and along Reservation Highway 23. Almost half are mobile homes. On Strawberry Lakes south, west, and north shores are many other housing units which are probably cottages owned by non Indians. It is a rather new White Clay Reservation community. It was not around in 1991. It does not show up in google earth historical imagery until 2003. Reservation Highway 23 (it's a gravel road or dirt road) was recently extended to County Highway 143 around 2008 or just before 2008. This community now has road access to it's south. Population of Strawberry Lake is probably between 50 and 75. However, Ojibway average household sizes range from 3.5 persons per housing unit, to over 5.0 persons per housing unit. Ojibway population of Strawberry Lake could be between 90 to 100 or higher. Elevation is 1,515 feet above sea level. Below are several google earth photos of Strawberry Lake, Minnesota and links to other White Earth Reservation communities.



Strawberry Lake Full Photograph From Above

From Road

From Road

From Road

White Earth Reservation

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Bad Boy Lake
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East Jack Haw Lake
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Elbow Lake
Gull Lake
Ice Cracking Lake
Jack Haw Lake
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Mah-Konce
Maple Grove Township
Midway
Nay-tah-waush
O-ge-ma
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Pine Point
Rice Lake
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Round Lake
Snider Lake
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South Strawberry Lake
South Twin Lakes CDP (Census Designated Place)
South White Earth
Strawberry Lake
The Ranch
Trailer Park Village
Wadena Lake
Wau-bun
West Naytahwaush
West Pine Point
West Rice Lake
West Roy Lake
West Snider Lake
White Earth
White Earth Lake
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