Where in Minnesota is warroad?
It is about 366 miles north of Minneapolis, less than ten miles from the Canadian border at the southwest corner of Lake of the Woods.
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Actually, the amount of snow kind of depends on WHERE in the stateyou are talking about. The southern parts of the state do not getas much or regular snow cover that the northern regions do. Thereis lots of hockey, downtown St. Paul is filled with differentevents and restaurants, and the north is fi…lled with state parksand scenery. The second largest tourist destination in Minnesota is actually acasino. We have several large casinos in the state, and the onemost visited is closed to the largest metro area of Minneapolis/StPaul. The state contains a wide variety of destinations and attractions.In the center of the state a confluence of prairie, hardwood, andbluffland merge to become a mecca for birdwatchers, especiallyduring migration. Northern MN boast many stunning views along the North Shore of LakeSuperior. Duluth is the hub of many conventions during the year anda wonderful vacation spot. Southern MN is host to the world class medical facility, MayoClinic, in Rochester - about 80 miles south of Minneapolis/St.Paul.Visitors can get there from GO Rochester Direct shuttle from theMSP airport. The cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul both boast many worthydestinations. Choose from a number of museums, parks, shopping,lakes and water activities. There is an extensive trail systemwhich makes walking, biking, and skating in these cities a realpleasure. The best way to find what might interest you is to use the ExploreMinnesota website which has a great searchable database ofinformation about destinations and activities in the state. (MORE)
usa, in the midwest In the United States of America. It is located along the northern border in the center of the country. It borders Canada, and the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, and Wisconsin. South of Canada north of Iowa east of North Dakota and west of Wisconsin.
Minnesota got it's nickname "The gopher state" by there being the first groundhogs day was and Minnesota's nickname was the "The groundhog state" until 1899.
Well, I'm pleasantly happy you asked. Minnesota is known for its many lakes, lots of trees and also the largest fresh water lake in the USA. Lake Superior. If you visit Minneapolis, Minnesota a great educational museum to go to is The Mill City Museum. Some other great places to go is the candy stor…e called candy-land, the children's museum and Montana! (MORE)
Minnesota became a state on May 11, 1858. So, 2008-1858=150.. So currently in 2008, MN is 150 years old. (If that is what you mean.)
Fast food restaraunts:. Taco Bell, McDonalds, Burger King, Sonic, KFC, Hardees, Wendy's, Jimmy Johns, Subway, pretty much all the major fast food places are here
Finland, Minnesota is a small town (population about 600) in Northern Minnesota. It is about 5 miles west of the north shores of Lake Superior. There are beautiful hiking trails all through this area. If you go, expect a very remote, rugged and outdoor experience. Bring some bug spray. : )
It's in the northern suburbs. Blaine is in anoka county...near Coon Rapids, Fridley, Mounds View, New Brighton, Spring Lake Park and Anoka. how do i know this? It's about 15 to 20 minutes from downtown Minneapolis/St Paul area.
The time in Minnesota is UTC - 5 hours from the 2nd Sunday of Marchuntil the 1st Sunday of November and UTC - 6 hours during the restof the year.
my sister said she saw one 5 miles south of glencoe, minn. but i grew up there and do not know of anyone else who has seen one. Jeff k.
The name comes from the Dakota Indian (Sioux) word for "whitish" or "clouded water," and refers to the Minnesota River in the southwestern part of the state.
The first thing to do is walk out your home's hall door. What way you turn next depends on where on Earth you are.
The first known settlers were the Anishinaabe, the Dakota, and other Native Americans. French fur traders are the first known Europeans to visit Minnesota in the 1600s. I am not sure BOOTY!
it is illegal to tease a skunk and also it in unlawful for a man to not tip his hat when passing a cow
The earliest know settlers were the original ancestors of the Native Americans that settled the area following the ice age. The Anishinaabe and Dakotas are the earliest known organized settlers of Minnesota. The first European settlers were fur traders from France.
Minnesota does not grow anything. The farmers of Minnesota grow a wide variety of crops, including corn, soybeans, wheat, hay, potatoes, beans, sunflowers, barley, oats, canola, flaxseed, sugarbeets (Minnesota is #1 among US states in sugarbeet acreage), a variety of vegetables, nursery/greenhouse… crops, Christmas trees, and others. As far as livestock, Minnesota farmers raise cattle (both beef and dairy, though they are a leading dairy cattle state), sheep, hogs, chickens, turkeys (#1 in turkey inventory), and other livestock. (MORE)
No, however Hubert H. Humphrey (D) was the 38th Vice-President of the United States, serving under President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Minnesota is a cold place (in the winters) it can get to about -25 to 25 degrees in the winter but in the summer it is a nice place to go 70 to 90 degrees great weather to be at one of are 10,000 lakes but be careful the sun in Minnesota last year I burnt my noses skin off from the sun so don't forg…et to wear sun screen or a winter coat. (MORE)
About 70 miles from "anywhere worth being".. 70 miles east of Fargo, ND.. 100 miles northwest of St. Cloud, MN.. etc...
Minnesota Fats was an American pool player of some note. ----- Minnesota Flats was a country band from the early 80's who won the Minnesota Music Award in '82 for Best Country Band. It consisted of Becky Reimer Thompson, Dan Lund, Jere Solinger, Chuck Atwood, and Kurt Werner.
In ANY state, a pardon for a conviction of a STATE prsecuted crime can only be issued by the Governor. You must petition the Governor of your state and give good reason(s) why it should be granted.
The Paul Bunyan statue in Bemidji. The Charles Lindbergh house in Little Falls. The James J. Hill house in St. Paul.
Minnesotans eat the same thing as any other state. But, however, one of Minnesota's nicknames is the Bread and Butter state.
One of the wars in Minnesota was the civil war. That was when the Dakota Indians and The white settlers went to war. But to understand you must think all the ways the people thought. Example: the government thought one thing but the fur traders thought another way, the white settlers thought anothe…r way and the Dakota thought differt to. So you have to look at all sides and see which one might be right or just think for yourselves. If you want to no more ask why did the Minnesota war start? . All little things made up this war that I just wrote about. If you want to know more just as How did the minnesota war start? (MORE)
You know you are from Minnesota if you were born there and you are proud of it, if you find yourself saying things like, "Ya, you betcha" or "Fer' Sure", if you have ever tried Lutefisk, or if you love freezing to death in the winter!!! (There are probably way more than this... but it's all person…al preference. Someone add something that I didn't think of please!!) (MORE)
If the will has been filed in probate then you can contact the court to obtain a copy. If your brother refuses to file the will for probate then some other family member should petition the court to be appointed the administrator of the estate as though your mother died without a will. It is likely …that your brother would then produce the will. If not, the court should be made aware of his possession of the will and refusal to file it. It is illegal to withhold a will from being probated. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in probate who could review the situation and explain your options. (MORE)
Minnesota isn't by a ocean and bays are next to a Ocean like Pennsylvania has a bay and Callifornia has one to and New York Maine and so on but Minnesota is more in the middle of the country
East of South Dakota and North Dakota. North of Iowa. South of Manitoba (Canada). It also is west of Lake Superior and Wisconsin.
Yes, Minnesota has several different biomes (e.g. the coniferous forest, deciduous forest, and prairie biome)
No... the Olympics have been held in the US 8 times, 4 winter and 4 summer. Winter: 1932-Lake Placid, NY 1960-Squaw Valley, CA 1980-Lake Placid, NY 2002-Salt Lake City, UT Summer: 1904-St. Louis, MO 1932-Los Angeles, CA 1984-Los Angeles, CA 1996-Atlanta, GA
No. There is way too much rainfall and water in the state for there to be any deserts there.
There is nothing "Wrong" with minnesota! If you mean the downsides than the extreme coldness and tornadoes. That's about it
There are only bull sharks in the Mississippi river. I have never heard of an attack as a minnesotan. Bull sharks are the only shark that can live in fresh water. Either way nobody would want to swim in the Mississippi.
You can get to Minnesota in many different ways. You can fly, drive, arrive by boat, arrive by train and these are four options. If you drive by land from the north you arrive via Canada (Manitoba or Ontario), driving from the US from the south you come in via Iowa, from the west via South or North …Dakota and from the east via Wisconsin. (MORE)
Minnesota can be fairly hot and humid during the summer months, with average highs around Minneapolis/St. Paul reaching 95 F during July and August. However, Minnesota is more known for being quite cold during winter, down to below 0 F in January and February in the northern portion.
These are the Nicknames: -The North Star state -The Gopher state -The Bread & Butter state -The Land of 10,000 Lakes -The Wheat state -New England of the West
There are three main ones, Coniferous forest, deciduous forest, and prairie grassland, those are what you are taught in school but the MN DNR websites says that there are four those three above and tall grass aspen parkland In a nut shell Coniferous Forest Deciduous Forest Prairie Grassland Tall A…spen Parkland (MORE)
extremely good. Minnesota is known for it's kind people and great schools. a very well known school district is in the metro city of Lakeville, in Dakota county.
Minnesota is the northern most state of the lower 48, the most lakes (10,000) in the lower 48, two major cities (St. Paul and Minneapolis) right next to each other, the most extreme weather, we have 90,000 miles of coastline (more that California, Hawaii, and Florida combined.
Some of the major freeways in the Twin Cities metro are: Interstate 35-E Interstate 35-W Interstate 94 Interstate 394 Interstate 494 Interstate 694 U.S. Route 169 U.S. Route 212 U.S. Route 61 U.S. Route 12 U.S. Route 10 U.S. Route 52 State Route 100 State Route 610 Stat…e Route 77 State Route 36 (Yes, all of the above are controlled-access freeways) Freeways in Rochester: U.S. Route 52 U.S. Route 63 (about 2-3 miles are of it are completely controlled-access.) U.S. Route 14 West Interstate 90 (runs less than a mile from the city limits, so I'll count it) Freeways in Duluth: Interstate 35 Interstate 535 U.S. Route 53 (concurrent with I-535) (MORE)
Yes. There are a total of 5 "Costco" in Minnesota. if you just type in "Costco" in google you will find their site, then click "locations" at the top of the page then you can type in your address or wherever you are and find the closest "Costco" to you. Hope this helped!
They walked across the ocean on the scum left from when the Germans swam here.
The whole state alternates between the North American Central Standard Time (UTC-6) and Central Daylight Saving Time (UTC-5). In the United States Daylight Saving Time begins on the second Sunday of March and ends on the first Sunday of November.
It depends on your definition of beach. There is no ocean beach,but with more than 12,000 lakes, you will find many hundred milesof beach in Minnesota.
383 miles taking this route: . Take MN-11 EAST, from Warroad, to U.S. 53 SOUTH, via MN-332 around International Falls. . Take U.S. 53 SOUTH to MN-33, and exit right onto MN-33 SOUTH to CLOQUET. . Take MN-33 SOUTH to I-35 SOUTH to MINNEAPOLIS, at Cloquet. . Take I-35 SOUTH to I-35 W SOUTH to M…INNEAPOLIS at the split-off. . Continue on I-35W SOUTH to Blaine. (MORE)
No, the word Minnesota is a noun , a proper noun, the name of a specific place.. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. The pronoun that takes the place of the noun Minnesota is 'it'. Example:. Minnesota is called 'Land of 10,000 Lakes', but it actually has 11,842 la…kes.. Note: Minnesota is a proper noun; proper nouns are always capitalized.. (MORE)
The distance between the above places is 4133 miles. This distance is point to point straight distance. The actual distance may vary according to the flight path chosen. Also this is not the airport to airport precise distance.
There are four Sioux (Dakota) communities in Minnesota and manymore who live in urban areas. There are 60,000 Native people inMinnesota and a large portion are Sioux. 35,000 in the St Paul/Minneapolis area. Probably another 40% list part native on thecensus. The US census does nt break it down by tr…ibe. . The four communities in Minn. are: Shakopee Mdewakanton, south of the Twin Cities Prairie Island - near Red Wing Lower Sioux -near Redwood Falls Upper Sioux - near the city of Granite Falls There are three main reasons why there are less Sioux in Minnisotathan there might be. 1) Starting around 1640 the Ojibwe came in contact with the French.Through their friendship with the French traders, the Ojibwe gainedguns. They drove their traditional enemies the Sioux to the westand out of much of Minnisota. 2)Smallpox. Around 1780 smallpox reached the Great Plains. TheComanche got it from the Spanish who brought it to the Shoshone ,their close relatives. From there it spread north across theplains. By October 22nd, 1781,it was at a Hudson's Bay Company poston the North Saskatchewan River. It is recorded in at leastthirteen different winter counts kept by plains Indians in theyears 1779-83. Usually at least 1/3-1/2 of the population died. 3) The original Minnesota Dakota Community was established bytreaty with the US in 1851. The treaty set aside a 10-mile widestrip of land on both sides of the Minnesota River as the permanenthome of the Dakota. After the U.S.-Dakota Conflict of 1862, alltreaties were torn up and the Dakota were forced from their homesin the state. The four communities were reestablished in their current localitiesby acts of Congress in 1886. The four Dakota Communities todayrepresent small segments of the original reservation that wererestored to the Dakota by Acts of Congress or Proclamations of theSecretary of Interior. (MORE)
It's in the north of the State - close to the towns of Bird Islandand Danube.
The address of the Warroad Historical Society is: 202 Main Ave Ne Po Box 688, Warroad, MN 56763