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Walking Horse, Montana


It is located to the southwest of Big Arm by over one mile. The housing units which number up to 40, are located along Walking Horse Lane, Buffalo Ridge Road, Mariposa Lane, Saddle Drive, and many small roads which don't have names as of yet. It is 2.2 miles by 0.75 miles. It covers nearly 2.0 sq. mi. Elevation is 3,250 feet above sea level. I have no idea what the demographics are for this area which is not a cdp (Census Designated Place), city, town, or village. Since the area has no farms, it is an indication it may be predominantly Indian. Though this location is "Fee Land" leaders of Flathead Reservations should build an Indian settlement at this location.



It is another Kootenai settlement. Big Arm, Dayton, Elmo, and Niarada are historically known Kootenai settlements. The population may be near 100 to 125. To the north along Early Dawn Drive and Windward Heights Road, are another number of housing units but using google earth you can tell they are owned mainly by people who are well off. Walking Horse has what appears to be average houses, while the housing units along Early Dawn Drive and Windward Heights Road, appear to be quite large. Though i don't know for certain if Walking Horse is a predominantly Indian settlement, i though i'd include it. Below is a link to a google earth picture of the Walking Horse area.





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