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Browning, Montana


Adjacent to Foothills of Rocky Mountains, is this Ojibway unincorporated community of Browning. Below are links to google earth road views of Browning. It includes a satellite image of all three Browning communities. Browning was a town until recently. Glacier County now controls Browning which is illegal. Browning was disincorporated in September of 2017. There could not have been a dispute between Blackfeet Reservation's Government and Browning because Browning is within Blackfeet Reservation. Nearly all of Browning is located on "Fee Land" or land that is not owned by Blackfeet Reservation, which means it's land that is subject to city, county, State and Federal Taxes or it has a source of capital. Thus, why Browning Town is better off. Blackfeet Reservation's Government was in dispute with Glacier County over Taxes. Glacier County has no right controlling Brownings Taxes. Browning is located within Blackfeet Reservation which means all Taxes must be handled by Blackfeet Reservation's Government. According to 2010's census, Browning has a population of 1,016. According to a 1992 LST (Little Shell Tribe) census, there were 165 Ojibway's living in Browning. In 1990, Brownings population was 1,170. Ojibway People made up about 15% of Brownings population. I don't know if they included North Browning and South Browning, in that 1992 LST census. They did not include non Little Shell Ojibway's in 1992's census. Indians make up 92.7% of Brownings population. Whites make up 5.5% of it's population. Mexican's account for 3.1% of Brownings population. There are 394 housing units with 360 lived in. Average household size is 2.8 persons per household. Browning has a land area of 0.27 sq. mi. or 0.70 sq. km. Elevation of Browning is 4,377 feet about sea level. Including North and South Browning's population with that of Browning, total population is 5,209.



It's speculated they settled where Browning is because it's a beautiful location. However, Ojibway's native to that location were very aware of Chinook Winds which happen every winter. These winds are strong. Their gust's can reach up to 60 mph to 80 mph where Browning is. However, Browning has two weather stations. One in Browning on Agency Road. Another is located close to 2 miles or 2.5 kilometers southeast of this community nearly adjacent to U.S. Route 2. South of Browning are small mountains that possibly slow down Chinook Winds which send wind northeast. That weather station almost adjacent to U.S. Route 2, is located on those small mountains east end. It's more exposed to praire land. I've noticed there's a difference between wind speeds at both locations. Weather station on Agency Road in Browning is less windy than that other. I don't know why! There shouldn't be a difference.



Satellite Image of Browning

Satellite Image of Browning's 3 communities

Road Closeup Downtown Browning

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