Mille Lacs Indian Reservation

Mille Lacs Indian Reservation

Mille Lacs Indian Reservation

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Mille Lacs Indian Reservation is the land-base for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe in Central Minnesota, about 100 miles (160 km) north of Minneapolis-St. Paul. The reservation has portions in Mille Lacs, Pine, Aitkin and Crow Wing counties, consisting of nine Band Statutes communities, as well as other land holdings in Kanabec, Morrison, and Otter Tail Counties.


Mille Lacs Lake Indian Reservation

The main reservation of the Mille Lacs Indian Reservation is the Mille Lacs Lake Indian Reservation (Misi-zaaga'iganiing in the Ojibwe language), at at the southern end of Mille Lacs Lake and composes about of land (commonly rounded in citations as "61,000 acres"), consisting of Township 42 North, Ranges 25, 26 and 27 West, and Township 43 North, Range 27 West. Before the raising of the lake level, United States v. Mille Lac Band of Chippewa Indians (229 U.S. 498 (1913)) cites the reservation as being of land. It was initially established in 1855 under the Treaty of Washington () for the Mille Lacs Indians. Under various Federal and State Executive Orders, the non-Native American have a few times thereafter altered the definition of the location of this Indian Reservation. The US Census Bureau designates this reservation as part of "2270: Mille Lacs Indian Reservation and Off-Reservation Trust Land".

This reservation contains the communities of Neyaashiing (Vineland) and Chi-minising (Isle). Neyaashiing houses the Mille Lacs Band...
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