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State Information: NORTH DAKOTA
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North Dakota Profile
Both rural and agricultural, with grain farms and cattle ranches, North Dakota gets its name from the Dakota division of the Sioux Indians who lived on the plains before the Europeans arrived. "Dakota" means "friend." French-Canadian soldier and fur trader Pierre Gaultier de Varennes was the first known white explorer to visit the home of the Dakota in 1738. North Dakota was one of the last areas of the frontier to be settled by non-Native Americans, and even today, it's not a highly populated state. North Dakota, whose capital is Bismarck, joined the Union in 1889 as the 39th state. Appropriately, the state flower is the wild prairie rose. ...Read more here: North Dakota - The Sioux State
- Capital City:
- Peace Garden State / Flickertail State/ Sioux State
- Liberty and Union, Now and Forever, One and Inseparable
- November 2,1889 (39th or 40th -- Admitted the same day as South Dakota)
- Origin of State's Name:
- Dakota is the Sioux Indian word for "friend."
- Largest Cities:
- Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks, Minot, Dickinson
- Border States:
- Minnesota, Montana, South Dakota
- Land Area:
- 68,994 sq. mi., 17th largest
- State Bird:
- Western Meadowlark
- State Flower:
- Wild Prairie Rose (rosa arkansana)
- State Tree:
- American Elm (ulmus americana)
- State Song:
- North Dakota Hymn
Featured Community Websites in North Dakota
- Clara Barton Neighborhood Association
- Crested Butte Neighborhood
- Edgewood First Addition
- Great Plains Produce Assn. Community FM (Fargo)
- GreatGrandparents for Autism Advocacy, ND. Fargo
- Hawthorne Neighborhood Association
- Longfellow Watch Association
- Madision Neighborhood Association Inc.
- Prairie Townhome Association
Real Estate & Home Values in North Dakota
Home Buyer and Seller Resources
- Does Mortgage Aid Hurt Your Credit?
- Loan Modification: Is it Right for You?
- Should You Refinance Your Mortgage?
- First Time Homebuyers Guide
- Financial Assistance for First Time Homebuyers
- Do You Qualify for an FHA Loan?
- Homeowners insurance: What you need to know
- Home Maintenance Checklist
- What Is A Short Sale?
- What Is A Deed-In-Lieu?
- Reverse mortgage: the pros and cons
- How to Sell Your Home In a Down Market
- 2009 Mortgage Bailout Explained
- Obama Stimulus Plan FAQ
- Fort Collins
Cities, Counties, and Zip Codes in North Dakota
North Dakota Schools
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- Jefferson Elementary School
- (701) 845-0622
- 1150 Central Ave N
- Valley City, ND 58072
- Langdon Area Elementary School
- (701) 256-3270
- 721 11th Ave
- Langdon, ND 58249
- Ben Franklin Middle High School
- (701) 446-3600
- 1420 8th St N
- Fargo, ND 58102
- Hazen Middle School
- (701) 748-6649
- 104 7th St Ne
- Hazen, ND 58545
- North Central High School
- (701) 266-5539
- 38 Forrest St
- Rock Lake, ND 58365
- Fordville Lankin High School
- (701) 229-3297
- 102 4th Ave W
- Fordville, ND 58231
Sex Offender Information for North Dakota
For most citizens, the easiest method to obtain accurate and timely sex offender information for their local area is to visit their state sex offender registry website. States are required to provide this information for free. You do not need to pay for this information.
In North Dakota, the registered sex offenders can be found at http://www.sexoffender.nd.gov/. Please be sure to read all the disclaimers provided by the state.
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