Harlem Montana

Like many of the Montana towns that seem to have been named by spinning a globe, Harlem, Montana, sits on the railroad. In this case, it is the Hi-Line, the BNSF railroad line that parallels US Highway 2 across northern Montana. Harlem sits across the Milk River from Fort Belknap, just outside of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. The Milk River provides water for irrigating crops in the valley including wheat, oats, barley, sweet peas and more. Harlem makes a great place to begin guided tours to view the abundant wildlife on the Reservation, including the tribe's bison herd. Enjoy Milk River Indian Days and Hays Powwow and Fair on Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. Both events draw performers from across the Rocky Mountain west and celebrate Native American culture through competitions and performances of music and dance.

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