Anishinabe
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Rocky Boy Tribe
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Chippewa Indians of
Montana








Trailer Park Village (Lost Lake), Minnesota


This settlement appears to be having troubles keeping up to date. It is obviously a trailer park but most of it's 37 mobile homes are not suitable for use. Around 15 of their trailers are still in use. That's an estimate or guess. Before 2011, only 15 housing units (almost all are mobile homes) were located here. Using google earths historical imagery, by 2011 it's number of mobile homes increased dramatically. Besides trailers, there are another 13 housing units nearby. That does not include a few farms in that region. About 1.5 miles southeast of this settlement is a small lake with a name of Lost Lake. Population of this settlement is probably between 30 and 50. It could be an area used to store old or outdated mobile homes. WER leaders must organize this community, name it and construct new housing units. Below are several google earth photos of Trailer Park Village or Lost Lake (in Ojibway Lost Lake is pronounced as Ba-na-di-si Ga-miiz - past tense of lose in Ojibway is banadisi), Minnesota and links to other White Earth Reservation communities.



Photo of Trailer Park Village From Above

From Road

From Road

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White Earth Reservation

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Aspinwall Lake
Bad Boy Lake
Callaway
East Jack Haw Lake
Ebro
Elbow Lake
Gull Lake
Ice Cracking Lake
Jack Haw Lake
Little Elbow
Long Lake
Long Lost Lake
Mah-Konce
Maple Grove Township
Midway
Nay-tah-waush
O-ge-ma
Pine Bend
Pine Point
Rice Lake
Riverland
Round Lake
Snider Lake
South End or Auginaush
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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