Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana






Brockton, Montana


Located in the eastern part of Fort Peck Reservation, the Ojibway town of Brockton, supposedly has a population of 255 according to 2010's census. At last count there was 70 housing units at Brockton yet from using google earth, this settlement now has near 100 housing units. This Ojibway-Dakota town has an average household size of 3.64 persons per household. If Brockton does have near 100 housing units, it means the real population of Brockton is closer to 360. It covers an area of 0.2 sq. mi. Elevation is 1,985 feet above sea level. Zip code is 59213. There are few businesses located in the settlement which means many of the settlements citizens are not well off financially. Around 50% of the settlements population lives below the poverty line. Indians make up 87% of the population. Whites make up 13% of the population. Below are links to several pictures of Brocton.



Brockton Photograph From Above

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

Brockton Road Close Up Photograph

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