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Capital: Bismarck
Nickname: The Peace Garden State
Inhabitants: 762,000
Largest city: Fargo
Airport: (MOT) Minot International Airport
Fun Fact: The city of Fargo gets its name from William George Fargo, the co-founder of American Express.
About North Dakota
North Dakota is the ideal state for adventurers and those who love the off-the-beaten-path. It is one of the least visited states in America. The biggest draw is the Theodore Roosevelt National Park where the prairies and the badlands intersect. The place where you can spot bison and bobcats, among other things. Immerse yourself in American history at Fort Union Trading Post and experience the diverse faces of the city of Fargo. See mcat-test-centers for a list of 2-year colleges in North Dakota including private technical schools and public community colleges within the state of North Dakota.

Brief History of North Dakota

Population: 683,932 thousand people (2011) Area: 183272.0 sq. km In the north-central United States is the state of North Dakota, which is the 48th most populous state in the country. Its capital is Bismarck. The largest cities are Fargo and Grand Forks. To the north of the city of Minot at a distance of 21… Read More »