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North Dakota

Parent Category: United States of America
This category covers questions about North Dakota, a state in the Midwestern region of the United States that borders Canada. North Dakota was simultaneously admitted to the Union with South Dakota on November 2, 1889. The capital of North Dakota is Bismarck.

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Because it lacks a population center capable of financing such a venture.
Agriculture is the leading revenue-producing industry in NorthDakota, accounting for about one-fourth of the state's economicbase.
The given calculated distance including the time does not include time spent on traffic, effect of weather and other obstacles. The distance between these two places is approximately 267 miles. The above position can be reached from the starting position in 4 hours 56 minutes .
Angie Dickinson, born in Kulm on 30 September 1931.
The major crops of North Dakota are wheat, seeds, beans, and oats. North Dakota is the largest producer in the US of durum wheat, hard red spring wheat, sunflowers, barley, navy beans, pinto beans, canola, flax seed, dry edible peas, lentils and honey.
There are no professional football teams in North Dakota. There are seven college/university football teams in North Dakota. There are numerous high school footballs teams.
The Dakota Wizards were an NBA Development League team located inNorth Dakota from 1995 to 2012, when the team was moved to SantaCruz, California and renamed the Santa Cruz Warriors. There are several college basketball teams including a team fromthe University of North Dakota (NCAA Division I Big...
North Dakota and South Dakota are bordered by Minnesota, Iowa,Nebraska, Wyoming, and Montana.
Alaska is. Among the lower 48 it is Minnesota.
The US state of South Dakota is the southern border of North Dakota.
Bismarck's keel was laid in 1936. She was completed and launched in 1939. Sunk in 1941.
North Dakota has two state universities, the University of North Dakota (UND) which is located in Grand Forks, North Dakota and North Dakota State University (NDSU) which is located in Fargo, North Dakota. UND has recently been in the news because their athletic teams are called the "Fighting...
Seattle is milder because of proximity to the Pacific Ocean. That much water retains a huge amount of thermal energy, and so never gets as cold as the landlocked Interior.
It was a part of the Louisiana Purchase.
Rather than having one specific state animal, North Dakota has three: State Fish: Northern Pike Honorary State Equine: Nokota Horse - adopted in 1993 State Bird: Western Meadowlark. \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n. \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n
Recent polling shows Sorum beating a hypothetical Democrat in the general election in North Dakota with 52% of the vote. In a primary battle with Governor John Hoeven, most experts think it would be a nail biter. One polling company gave Sorum 47% and Hoeven 45% which is well within the margin of...
Mapquest says about 894 miles (about 13 hours driving time).
According to the US Census Bureau, the average annual income for households in North Dakota was $45,996 in 2008. This is under the national average of $52,029.
North Dakota's production of corn has increased to 249.3 million bushels in 2010-2011, which is five times the 1991 production. The driver of that increase is the production of ethanol for the transportation industry. It still ranks number thirteen among the fifty US States.
The part of Dakota Territory that Laura Ingalls Wilder lived in was actually South Dakota (or came to known as South Dakota).
The Canadian province of Manitoba borders both US states of North Dakota and Minnesota.
North Dakota is the 39th US State. There is a caveat attached to that answer. President Benjamin Harrison signed the legislation in the blind so that hstory willl never know which of the Dakota's is the senior state. North Dakota is ranked as the 39th US State and ahead of South Dakota only on the...
North Dakota Hymn was adopted as the official song of North Dakotaon March 15, 1947. The words were written by James William Foleyand music composed by Dr. Clarence Simeon Putnam.
For the state of North Dakota, state offices are closed on the following holidays: New Year's Day; Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; President's Day; Good Friday; Memorial Day; Independence Day; Labor Day; Veteran's Day; Thanksgiving Day; Christmas Day. Other holidays celebrated in North Dakota but...
No, the Rocky Mountains do not reach into North Dakota. There are landforms in North Dakota which have been named "mountains", but which are really buttes or hills and they are not part of the Rocky Mountains.
Rugby, Rolla, Rolette, Ray, Richardson, Reile's Acres, Reynolds and Riverdale.
Products manufactured in North Dakota include: Food and beverage farm machinery construction machinery
The International Peace Garden was established on July 14, 1932. At that time, there was a stone cairn with an inscription and two flag poles on the US/Canada border. In 1934, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) began work on the area, constructing fences, lagoons, the first building, and two...
10 hours Depends on where on the Outer Banks. Kitty Hawk is about 2 hours, depending on traffic. Ocracoke is a few hours further, and a ferry ride. Try driving directions on Mapquest.
Montana is west of North Dakota.
Oil and natural gas, ethanol, wheat, barley, honey, sunflower seeds and canola oil.
It is known as the wheat basket of the world. More and more acerage is being shifted to corn to supply ethanol.
It would be territorial days in North Dakota because colonial dayswere when America was a colony of Great Britain.
The Mandan, Sioux, Chippewa, Hidatsa and Arikara were tribes thatlived in North Dakota.
Yes just like every other state.
The first known explorers to actually visit North Dakota were the French-Canadian Pierre La Vérendrye and his two sons in 1738.
Some facts that I found about Siler City, North Carolina are:. Located in Chatham County. . Total area is 4.9 square miles (12.7 square kilometers). . All of the 4.9 square miles are land; there is no water in the city. . Elevation is 623 feet (190 meters). . Time zone is EST (Eastern Standard Time)...
Some individual localities or jurisdictions within the state may ban the breed, but they are not banned by statewide law.
The Hjemkomst Viking Ship is actually located at the Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County Museum in Moorhead, MN. Robert Asp, a guidance counselor at Moorhead Junior High School, designed and built (along with several volunteers) the Hjemkomst Viking ship. The design was based on the ...
The biggest lake (man made) in North Dakota is Lake Sakakawea, but the largest natural lake is Devils Lake.
North Dakota's highest point is the White Butte which is 3,508 feet (1,069 meters) above sea level.
western north central US . 45° 56′ N to 49° 00′ N, 96° 33′ W to 104° 03′ W
North Dakota is generally considered to be in the Midwestern Regionof the United States. North Dakota is also part of the Great Plains region and theNorth-Central region of the United States. North Dakota is also part of the High Plains region of theMidwestern United States. And all of these...
The major highways in North Dakota include Interstate 29, Interstate 90, and US Highways 2, 12, 52,81, 83, 85, and 281.
Yes. On average, North Dakota has 22 reported tornadoes per year. On November 1, 2000, a several tornadoes touched down in north Bismarck.
popular is an adjective that describes event and historical is the adjective that describes play
The most famous prehistoric animal to live there was Tyrannosaurus Rex. Champsosaurus -- an obscure type of reptile known as a choristoderan Brontotherium -- which sometimes goes by the names Brontops, Megacerops and Titanops -- a mammal distantly related to horses Hesperornis--pre-historic bird...
The Treaty of 1818 transferred the Red River valley of North Dakota (about one quarter of the present-day state) from the British to the United States and placed the boundary on the 49th parallel. Known as the Pembina Territory, it later became part of the Minnesota and Dakota Territories.
None, North Dakota is land locked as it is the geographical center of North America. If you're talking rivers, the Red River of the North flows from the south to the north along the eastern edge of the state separating it from Minnesota.
It was a battleground state during the Indian Wars and a potential nuclear battlefield during the Cold War.
South Dakotans pretty much do the same things people anywhere else do. The economy is dominated by wholesale and retail trade, and agriculture. Finance and insurance is the leading industry followed by manufacturing, health care and social assistance, retail trade, real estate/rental/leasing,...
Ethanol, oil and natural gas, wheat, canola, flax, honey, barley, Safflower oil,
Much of North Dakota is part of the Great Plains so the natural vegetation includes a variety of prairie grasses including big bluestem, little bluestem, Canada wild rye, western wheat grass, blue grama grass, rough fescue, sand bluestem, prairie sandreed, needle-and-thread, sand dropseed, Indian...
Answer . The ability to have a child has no bearing on whether you are an adult. You must be 18 or have been legally emancipated by a court order or marriage.
Xavier Street is the name of a street in Bismarck, North Dakota.
North Dakota's official State Animals are: State Animal: Nokota Horse State Fish: Northern Pike . State Bird: Western Meadowlark .
North Dakota is the 39th state; South Dakota is the 40th.. The true, technical, answer is unknown because no one really knows which state President Harrison signed the papers for first, but North Dakota is usually considered the 39th state due to the fact that it precedes South Dakota in...
The state in the US that's furthest north is Alaska . Alaska is also the furthest east and the furthest west. Hawaii is the furthest south.
Byron L. Dorgan was US Senator from North Dakota for a little over 18 years, from December 15, 1992 until January 3, 2011.
Journeyman carpenters in ND make $26.50 plus $1.20 vacation so $27.70.
It varies from more than 20" in the southeast to less than 10" in the western part of the state
If you look at the bottom of this, that, or any other "North Dakota" quarter you'll see that it shows the minting date - 2006 . In fact, if you look at any of the other State Quarters in your pocket change, they all have the minting date at the bottom. The date at the top is the date that each...
No. Even Fargo, the largest city in the state, may not be considered a "primate" for the state, as it has barely twice the metropolitan population of Bismarck (approximately 200,000 to 100,000 ratio).
There are large oil findings in the Bakken Oil Field in North Dakota, however, there is not much oil found in South Dakota.
Travelling via I-25 N, there are 1421 miles between El Paso and Bismarck. The straight line distance is about 1075 miles, which would be 3.55 inches on the map. (see related question)
from Philadelphia to North Carolin is 7 hours and 10 minutes.
The driving distance between Dallas, TX and Mandan, ND is about1,141 miles. It takes about 18 hours to drive the distance.
No, both states are subject to genuine winter conditiions includiing ice storms, blizzards and low temperatures. The lowest recorded temperature iin South Dakota is minus 58 degrees F at McIntosh on 17 February 1936 and for North Dakota the record low is miinus 60 degrees F.
The Badlands National Park.
Yes it does, Saskatchewan and Manitoba are above North Dakota.
To travel from Denver, Colorado to North Dakota, you would travel north and a short distance to the east.
Both states selected the American Elm.
It is 390 miles accoording to Google Maps.
The Big Sioux River is located in South Dakota and Iowa.
Fargo, Bismarck and Grand Forks.
The US state of North Dakota is home to the International Peace Garden along with the Canadian Province of Manitoba.