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Zoar, Menominee Reservation


It is one of five Anishinabe settlements on the Wisconsin Menominee Reservation. According to the 2010 census the population of Zoar, Wisconsin was 98. Native Americans accounted for 93% of the population of the CDP or census designated place of Zoar. Whites accounted for 4% of the cdp's population. Mixed bloods accounted for 1% of the population, while Hispanics accounted for 4% of the cdp's population. There is a total of 34 housing units in the cdp, which gives the cdp an average household size of 3.7 persons per housing unit. Economically the citizens of the cdp are doing much better than most other Native American settlements. Around 17% of the cdp's citizens live below the poverty line. Zoar covers an area of 8.6 sq. mi., which means it is spread out. Elevation is 1,220 feet above sea level. It has no zip code. Below are several links to photographs of Zoar, Menominee Reservation.







Zoar Full Photograph From Above

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