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Waubun, Minnesota


It is located five miles north of Ogema. Waubun is situated on Minnesota's plains or prairie, about six miles west of White Earth Reservations forests. Below are links to google earth photos of Waubun, Minnesota. Waubun is an Ojibway word that means east. This region must be included as within White Earth Reservation. Wetlands surround Waubun and Ojibway leaders demanded land whites didn't want. Ojibway leaders did not cede WER's 4 northeast townships. They ceded WER's 4 northwest townships. It dealt with farmland. According to 2010's census, population of Waubun, Minnesota is 400. Whites account for 46% of it's population, while Native Americans account for 33%. When including mixed bloods and Mexicans, it's Native American percentage rises to 53%. Waubun has a total of 182 housing units which gives this city an average household size of 2.4 persons per housing unit. Waubun covers 0.51 sq. mi. Elevation is 1,240 feet above sea level.



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