DescriptionFounded in 1895, Browning is the hub of the Blackfeet Nation and a center for reservation activities. It also is the site of the Blackfeet Tribal Headquarters, which includes a nine-member business council, the governing board of the Blackfeet Tribe. Fifteen miles east on the reservation, a monument marks the northernmost point reached by the Lewis and Clark expedition on July 23, 1806. About 7,000 Native Americans live on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, which covers 1.5 million acres.
Things to SeeMuseum of the Plains Indian