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Learning About the U.S. State of North Dakota

The state of North Dakota has both grain farms and cattle ranches. The state borders with South Dakota to the south, Montana to the west, and the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba to the north. It got its name from the Dakota division of the Sioux Indians and “Dakota” means friend. The first white explorer in this area was Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, who was a French-Canadian soldier and fur trader. North Dakota joined the Union as the 39th state. It became known as The Peace Garden State because the International Peace Garden sits on the border between North Dakota and Manitoba, Canada.

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    Did the Sioux Indians give North Dakota its name?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    What does Dakota mean?

    • Large state
    • Friend
    • Mighty water
  • Question /

    Does North Dakota border two Canadian provinces?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    Was the first white explorer in the area Pierre Gaultier de Varennes?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    What is the capital?

    • Medora
    • Fargo
    • Bismark
  • Question /

    What is the state’s nickname?

    • The Peace Garden State
    • The Friendly State
    • The Bordering State
  • Question /

    What is the state song?

    • My North Dakota
    • North Dakota Home
    • North Dakota Hymn
  • Question /

    What is the state flower?

    • Meadow wildflower
    • Wild Prairie rose
    • Daisy
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    What is the state bird?

    • Woodland thrush
    • Western meadowlark
    • American robin
  • Question /

    What is the state tree?

    • American elm
    • Birch
    • Northern pine
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    What is the state animal?

    • Prairie fox
    • Nokota horse
    • Prairie mule
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    What is the state fish?

    • River trout
    • Salmon
    • Northern pike


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