Bismark is the capitol of North Dakota
The North Dakota statue of Sacagawea is located on the grounds of the state capitol in Bismarck at the entrance to the North Dakota Heritage Center.
North Dakota state capitol is North Dakota's tallest building 74 metres which isn't big at all!
Because of the central location.
It had a central location.
Things about North Dakota include that it became the 39th state in the Union. The capitol is Mismark and the population of the state is under 700,000 people.
Bismarck is the state capital in North Dakota. The city is on the east bank of the Missouri River.
No, Fargo is not the capital city of North Dakota, but it is the largest city in North Dakota and is the county seat of Cass County. Bismarck is the capital city of North Dakota, and that is where the state capitol building is located. Bismarck is also the county seat of Burleigh County.
Major cities in North Dakota include the capitol city Bismarck. Other major cities include Fargo, Minot, Grand Forks, and Williston.
Theodore Roosevelt's Maltese Cross Cabin was located on the grounds of the North Dakota State Capitol from 1909 to 1959 when it was moved to the South Unit Visitor Center of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada are to the north of North Dakota and North Dakota is to the north of South Dakota.
North Dakota is farther north than South Dakota. North Dakota is directly north of South Dakota.
North Dakota is north of South Dakota.
The "V" on the South Dakota State Capitol is a Latin V reflecting the building's classical influences.
The main groups involved at the South Dakota State Capitol are the governor and the state legislature. The South Dakota Governor's office is located in the capitol building. The governor's main role is to approve or reject the laws enacted by the legislature and to carry out those laws. The state legislature, South Dakota House of Representatives and South Dakota Senate, meet in the capitol. The legislature's main role is to enact the laws of South Dakota. There are other offices in the capitol building but many more are located in the area around the capitol building.
The capitol of North Korea is Pyongyang.
The state of North Dakota has the initials of N.D. This state is the 39th state in the Union and its capitol city is Bismarck.
The answer is North Dakota. North Carolina is bordered by Virginia to the north. South Dakota is bordered by North Dakota to the north.
No, North Dakota does not "pay you to live there". If you are an employee of the state of North Dakota then you would get paid to work in North Dakota by the state of North Dakota.
The address for the South Dakota State Capitol is 500 East Capitol Avenue, Pierre, South Dakota, 57501.
North Dakota is closer to Canada than is South Dakota.
No, North Dakota is north of South Dakota. Both North Dakota and South Dakota were part of the Dakota Territory before they became two separate US states.
The US state of North Dakota is north of South Dakota.
The state of North Dakota is north (or above) the state of South Dakota.