Top Tourist Attractions in North Dakota: Travel Guide USA

Top Tourist Attractions in North Dakota: Travel Guide USA

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3 Popular Attractions In North Dakota

  • Fort Mandan – Lewis and Clark Interpretative Center: Historical landmark in Washburn, North Dakota.
  • North Dakota Facts

    • An attempt to drop the word North from the state name was defeated by the 1947 Legislative Assembly. Again in 1989 the Legislature rejected two resolutions intended to rename the state Dakota.
    • Sitting 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.
    • The American elm (Ulmus americana) is the official state tree and is commonly found across North Dakota. The American elm often reaches 120 feet or taller.
    • The International Peace Garden straddles the international Boundary between North Dakota and the Canadian province of Manitoba. In 1956 the North Dakota Motor Vehicle Department, on its own initiative, placed the words Peace Garden State on license plates; the name proved so popular that it was formally adopted by the 1957 legislature.
    Average daily maximum and minimum temperatures for selected cities in North Dakota[42]
    Location July (°F) July (°C) January (°F) January (°C)
    Fargo 82/59 28/15 18/0 −7/−17
    Bismarck 84/57 29/14 23/2 −5/−16
    Grand Forks 81/56 27/13 16/−3 −8/−19
    Minot 81/58 27/14 21/3 −6/−16
    West Fargo 82/59 28/15 16/-2 −9/−19
    Williston 84/56 29/13 22/0 −5/−17
    Dickinson 83/55 28/12 26/6 −3/−14
    Mandan 84/57 29/14 20/−1 −6/−18


    2011 rank in the U.S Commodity Percent of nation's production
    1 Beans, dry edible, all 25%
    1 Beans, navy 35%
    1 Beans, pinto 46%
    1 Canola 83%
    1 Flaxseed 87%
    1 Honey 22%
    1 Sunflower, oil 40%
    1 Wheat, durum 36%
    1 Wheat, spring 37%
    2 Sunflower, all 38%
    2 Sunflower, non-oil 24%
    2 Wheat, all 10%
    3 Barley 11%
    3 Lentils 17%
    3 Oats 8%
    3 Peas, dry edible 21%
    3 Sugarbeets 16%
    4 Safflower 1%
    6 Hay, alfalfa 6%
    6 Potatoes 4%
    8 Hay, all 4%
    10 Soybeans 4%
    12 Corn for grain 2%
    17 Hay, other 2%
    26 Wheat, winter 1%
    21 Sheep and lambs 1%
    17 Cattle and calves 2%
    15 Wool production 2%

    Top Tourist Attractions in North Dakota: Travel Guide USA
    Dakota Zoo, Fargo Theatre, Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, Fort Mandan Overlook State Historic Site, National Buffalo Museum, International Peace Garden, Knife River Indian Villages, Maah Daah Hey Trail, North Dakota Heritage Center, Plains Art Museum, Scandinavian Heritage Park, Theodore Roosevelt National Park

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