Sitting on the rolling foothills just east of Glacier National Park, Browning is the largest community on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and home to Montana's largest tribe—the Blackfeet. Each summer, Browning hosts North American Indian Days—one of the largest gatherings of U.S. and Canadian tribes. The celebration includes dancing, traditional games, a pow wow, Indian relay and rodeo. Learn more about the Blackfeet Tribe by visiting the Museum of the Plains Indian and nearby shops and galleries.
To experience an authentic side of the Blackfeet Indians, book a night at the Lodgepole Gallery & Tipi Village—located two miles west of Browning—and spend the night in a Blackfeet tipi.
The Town of Browning, incorporated in 1919, is the Agency Headquarters for the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and has been since 1895. Browning was named after Daniel M. Browning, who was then the Commissioner of Indian Affairs working in Washington D.C.
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