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Swan Lake, Manitoba


Chief Yellow Quill was supposedly from this Ojibway town. Below are links to google earth photos of Swan Lake. This Ojibway towns name is not to be confused with the white city of Swan Lake, Manitoba. Chief Yellow Quill signed treaty that established three Ojibway Reserves in south Manitoba including the one where this Ojibway town is located. According to 2016's census, Swan Lake has a population of 347. There are 139 dwellings with 127 lived in. Average household size is 2.7 persons per household. Ojibway Language continues to be spoken at Swan Lake. However, only around 15% of Swan Lakes population speaks Ojibway. Swan Lake is a plains Ojibway town. North Dakota is 27.2 miles or 43.7 kilometers to it's south.



Satellite Image of Swan Lake Town

Swan Lake From Road

Swan Lake From Road

Swan Lake From Road

Swan Lake From Road

Swan Lake From Road

Swan Lake From Road

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