North Dakota

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The State Capital of North Dakota is ...
Grand Forks
Jamestown
Bismarck
Williston
The population of North Dakota is ...
838,000
738,000
638,000
938,000
Bordering states are?
Minnesota, South Dakota and Montana, with Canada to the north
Texas, Minnesota, Georgia, Canada
Texas, Montana, Canada, Utah
Montana, Georgia, Vermont, Canada
The state name originated from?
The Iroquois Indian word meaning "allies"
The Cheyenne Indian word meaning "allies"
The Dakota Indian word meaning "allies"
The Ohlone Indian word meaning "allies"
This state entered the union as the __ state?
41st
40th
37th
39th
A geographic landmark of North Dakota is?
Mount Rainier National Park
Wrangell Saint Elias National Park
Theodore Roosevelt National Park 
Joshua Tree National Park
A significant historic event was?
Originally the land of the Sioux Indian tribe
Originally the land of the Cherokee Indian tribe
Originally the land of the Navajo Indian tribe
Originally the land of the Seminole Indian tribe
The state nickname is?
The Pleasant Garden State
The Pleasure Garden State
The Peace Garden State
The People's Garden State
The state entered the union on which date?
November 2, 1899
December 2, 1899
November 2, 1889
December 2, 1889
Which of the following statements is true?
State Capital is named after Bismarck, an African leader
State Capital is named after Bismarck, an Italian leader
State Capital is named after Bismarck, a German leader
State Capital is named after Bismarck, an Indian leader

 

 
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