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North Dakota (ND) - Real Estate
North Dakota Association of REALTORS®
318 W Apollo Ave
Bismarck, ND 58503
(701) 355-1010 - (800) 279-2361 - Fax (701) 258-7211
Dakota Real Estate Commission
Bismarck, ND 58502-0727
(701) 328-9749 - Fax (701) 328-9750
North Dakota entered the union in 1889. It was the 39th state
to do so. Today the capital is Bismark.
The bordering states are Minnesota, Montana, South Dakota and Canada. The
largest cities are Fargo, Bismark, Grand Forks, Minot and Mandan.
Agriculture in North Dakota includes wheat, cattle, barley and sugar
beets. It is also the largest sunflower producing state. Industry
in the states includes mining, tourism, food processing and machinery.
Some of the state symbols are:
the wild prairie rose
the northern pike
the western meadowlark
the American elm
of Rugby is the geographical center of North America.
a Sioux word meaning friend or ally.
Dinosaur Museum in Dickinson houses twelve full scale dinosaurs, thousands
of rock, mineral and fossil specimens two complete dinosaurs.
Bull Burial State Historic Site located on the western edge of Fort Yates marks
the original grave of the Hunkpapa Sioux leader. During the Ghost Dance unrest
of 1890 an attempt was made to arrest him at his home on the Grand River in
South Dakota, and a skirmish ensued in which Sitting Bull was killed.
massive two-mile long Garrison Dam near Riverdale to the end of Lake Sakajawea
near Williston, Lake Sakajawea is nearly 200 miles long with a shoreline of
countless bays and inlets that cover 1,600 miles.
heritage of Grand Forks is preserved at the Myra Museum featuring an 1890's
home dedicated to pioneer women, a one-room school, carriage house, and the
city's original log Post Office.
and Clark expedition encountered their first grizzly (brown) bears in North
Dakota Hall of Fame is located in Bismark on the capitol’s ground floor. You
might be surprised at the number of famous people who were born here.
not the only place with a Walk of Fame. Fargo has over 100 blocks of
cement with many famous (and not so) prints and signatures.
town of Regent is the Enchanted Highway. This is an amazing stretch of
road as there are many huge metal sculptures along the road. Gary Greff
who had never considered himself an artist started creating these figures to
bring visitors to this small town. You will drive by a huge grasshopper here
and see graceful geese flying over there. There are six or seven huge
sculptures made of metal and Gary is not through. Currently he is working
on a Fisherman’s Dream. To find out more, go to www.enchantedhighway.net.
There really are places where there are wide open spaces and North
Dakota is certainly one of them. Culture and casual living exist
side by side and the cowboy is no stranger to the sophisticated city
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