Bois Forte Indian Reservation

Bois Forte Indian Reservation

Bois Forte Indian Reservation

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Bois Forte Indian Reservation is an Indian reservation formed for the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa (or Zagaakwaandagowininiwag (Men of the Thick Woods) in the Ojibwe language). It comprises three sections in northern Minnesota, United States.


Nett Lake Indian Reservation

Nett Lake Indian Reservation (Ojibwe: Asabiikone-zaaga`iganiing, "At the Lake for Netting"), located at , is the primary reservation holding for the Bois Forte Indian Reservation, containing the unincorporated community of Nett Lake, MN. The area of 162.872 sq mi (421.838 km²) surrounds Nett Lake in Koochiching and St. Louis counties.

Deer Creek Indian Reservation

Deer Creek Indian Reservation, at , the second-largest section of the Bois Forte Indian Reservation, comprises 35.109 sq mi (90.931 km²) in Effie unorganized territory in Itasca County, just east of the city of Effie. This reservation was originally set aside for the Little Forks Band of Rainy River Saulteaux. Today, as the population have all relocated onto either the Nett Lake or to the Lake Vermilion Indian Reservation, this reservation is kept as a natural resources reserve for the Band.

Lake Vermilion Indian Reservation

The smallest section of the Bois Forte Indian Reservation is the Lake Vermilion Indian Reservation (Ojibwe: Onamanii-zaaga'iganiing, "At the Lake with Red ochre"). It consists of 1.623 sq mi (4.205 km², or 1,039 acres) of land at in southeastern Greenwood Township on Lake Vermilion...
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