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The land is slightly rolling and heavily wooded, with 337,000 acres of commercial forest land under management. There are lakes, swamps, peat bogs, and prairies, with some land on the western side suitable for farming. The main population areas are in Beltrami and Clearwater counties. The four reservation communities are Red Lake, Redby, Ponemah, and Little Rock. Red Lake is the location of the tribal headquarters, tribal information center archives and library, tribal court, law enforcement, fire department, social services, natural resources, Boys and Girls Club, gas station, BIA agency office, Red Lake School (K–12), IHS hospital, Jourdain/Perpich Extended Care Facility for the elderly, community center, and Humanity Center, which houses the tribal college, elderly nutrition program, casino, and bingo.
The goal of termination was also approached from other directions. S. government. Resolution of the claims, it was argued, would eliminate the need for Indians to affiliate with their tribes or reservations. C. 70). Beginning in 1956, a program originating in the Department of the Interior to relocate reservation Indians to urban areas was also pushed. The BIA assisted in training, moving, and resettling Indians off Shifting Governmental Relationships 19 the reservations, often intentionally far enough away so theoretically they would not return.
When land that had been ceded but not sold was returned after 1934, this restored land amounted to 156,696 acres. It included 85 percent of the Northwest Angle of Minnesota, as well as lands scattered between the reservation and the Canadian border. The total land area controlled by the tribe, located in nine different counties, is about the size of Rhode Island. The tribal government has full sovereignty over the reservation, subject only to federal legislation specifically intended to deal with 40 Chapter 3 Red Lake, which makes it a “closed” reservation.