North Dakota General Knowledge

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Last updated: October 9, 2018
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National park and habitat for bison and prairie dogs
Theodore Roosevelt
sports goods and entertainment store HQed in Fargo
Scheels
4,600 acres state park near Lake Sakakawea
Little Missouri
Largest city and home to North Dakota State
Fargo
State park home to a Native American village
Fort Abraham Lincoln
Small town on the Minnesota-North Dakota border
Grand Forks
Trading post and national historic site on the border
Fort Union
Popular state nickname: _____ ______ State
Peace Garden
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History museum in Fargo with historic village buildings
Bonanzaville
Capital and second largest city, known for art-deco
Bismarck
Small town/state park located on the Sheyenne River
Fort Ransom
Fourth largest city known for its airforce base
Minot
Historic landmark and fort in McLean County
Fort Mandan
North Dakota is the largest producer of this crop
Wheat
Less popular state nickname: _____ _____ State
Rough Rider
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Jul 29, 2020
Several of these were misleading:

Lake Sakakawea has four state parks, although yes, only one is that large.

Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site is the most prominent historical Native American village, although yes, it is not a state park.

Grand Forks is by no means a small town. It has over 50,000 people and is the third largest city in the state; according to the Census Bureau, it is metropolitan.

#6 refers to the Minnesota border; #7 refers to "the border" but it actually means the Montana border.

North Dakota has other nicknames which are also less popular: the Flickertail State and the Sioux State.