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The Peace Garden State
   is a nickname for the state of   
North Dakota
Unofficial nickname. Nicknamed for The International Peace Garden which straddles the international Boundary between North Dakota and the Canadian province of Manitoba.
North Dakota
   state capital is   
Bismarck
Theodore Roosevelt National Park
   is located in   
North Dakota
Founded in 1978, encompasses 110 miĀ².
Missouri River
   runs through   
North Dakota
I-94
   crosses   
North Dakota
I-29
   crosses   
North Dakota
North Dakota
   has the state flower   
Wild Prairie Rose
North Dakota
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
ND
North Dakota
   has the motto   
"Strength From The Soil"
North Dakota
   flag is   

The fan above the eagle represents the birth of a new nation.
North Dakota
   has the telephone area code   
701
On Bison
   is the fight song of   
North Dakota State University
Jack Dalrymple
   is Governor of   
North Dakota
Republican 2010
North Dakota
   lies to the north of   
South Dakota
North dakota wanted to change its name to just dakota.
North Dakota
   has   
A Pair of Grazing Bison, With the Badlands Set Behind
Joined union in 1889, quarter released in 2006
Fargo, Minot, Dickinson
   are all   
Cities in North Dakota
North Dakota
   the highest point is   
White Butte, 3,506 Feet
North Dakota State University
   is situated in   
Fargo
United States
University of North Dakota
   is situated in   
Grand Forks
United States
North Dakota
   has   
501 to 502
U.S.S. North Dakota
      
6 Crewman Awarded Medal of Honor for Actions in Sept. 1910 Fire
Commisioned April 1910 -- BB-29
Bismarck
   is situated in   
North Dakota
Fargo
   is situated in   
North Dakota
North Dakota
   has the   
Western Meadowlark
(Sturnella neglecta)1970
North Dakota
   has a population of   
639,715
49th among all States and Territories
Flickertail State
   is a nickname for the state of   
North Dakota
Unofficial nickname. Refers to the Richardson ground squirrels which are abundant in North Dakota. The animal flicks or jerks its tail in a characteristic manner while running or just before entering its burrow.
Roughrider State
   is a nickname for the state of   
North Dakota
Unofficial nickname. This name originated in a state-supported tourism promotion of the 1960s and 70s. It refers to the First U.S. Volunteer Cavalry which Theodore Roosevelt organized to fight in the Spanish-American War. In fact, the "Roughriders," which included several North Dakota cowboys, fought dismounted in Cuba due to logistical problems.
North Dakota State University
   is in   
Fargo
University of North Dakota
   is in   
Grand Forks
James River
   runs through   
North Dakota
710 miles long
Arrowwood
   is located in   
North Dakota
Protects a habitat that attracts large concentrations of migrating waterfowl
Audubon
   is located in   
North Dakota
Named in honor of John James Audubon, the nineteenth c. artist and naturalist
Des Lacs
   is located in   
North Dakota
Est. 1935 to protect an ecologically rich stretch of the Des Lacs River
J. Clark Salyer
   is located in   
North Dakota
Est. 1935, extends southward from the Canadian border
Long Lake
   is located in   
North Dakota
Tewaukon
   is located in   
North Dakota
Protects important wetland and prairie grassland habitats
Upper Souris
   is located in   
North Dakota
Primary focus is 9900 acre Lake Darling
Sullys Hill
   is located in   
North Dakota
National Game Preserve; protects herds of bison, elk and deer
Lostwood
   is located in   
North Dakota
Contains a mixed-grass landscape of rolling hills and scattered copses of quaking aspens
39th
   state to join the union was   
North Dakota
November 2, 1889
North Dakota
   joined the U.S.A in   
1889
November 2, 1889
North Dakota Sunrise
   was performed by   
Metamora
1985






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