Anishinabe
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Rocky Boy Tribe
of
Chippewa Indians of
Montana








North Browning, Montana


Not to get this settlement confused with that of the official North Browning which is really a part of Browning, this settlement is the true North Browning. It is a little over a mile north of Browning. There are up to 125 housing units located in the settlement of North Browning. Over the past 20 years, this settlement has grown significantly. However, it is unorganized. The population may be between 500 and 1,000. It depends on the average housing unit size. It is not uncommon for Native American settlements to have an average housing unit size of up to 8.0 persons per housing unit. Economically, many of the citizens of North Browning work in Browning. However, many, if not most of the citizens of North Browning, are possibly unemployed which means a large percentage of the settlements citizens live below the poverty line. Elevation of North Browning is 4,410 feet above sea level. The zip code is the same as Browning's which is 59417. Browning's zip code area covers 561 sq. mi. and has a population of 6,689. North Browning's population is included with the population of Browning's zip code area. Below are several links to photographs of the Anishinabe settlement of North Browning, Montana.





North Browning Photograph From Above

North Browning Photograph From Road

North Browning Photograph From Road

North Browning Photograph From Road

North Browning Photograph From Road

North Browning Photograph From Road

North Browning Photograph From Road

North Browning Photograph From Road

North Browning Photograph From Road

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