North Dakota's capital is Bismarck.
Liberia is the country, Monrovia is the capital, Monroe is the president. North Africa is a bit of a stretch, I think.
British Columbia's Capital is Victoria Alberta's capital is Edmonton Saskatchewan's capital is Regina Manitoba's capital is Winnipeg Ontario's capital is Toronto Quebec's capital is Quebec City New Brunswick's capital is Fredericton Nova Scotia's capital is Halifax New Found Land's capital is St.John's Prince Edward Island's capital is Charlottetown Yukon's capital is White Horse North West Territories capital is Yellow Knife Nunavut's capital is Iqaluit and Canada's capital is Ottawa.
The state capital of New Jersey is North Plainfield. The current governor is Anne Bonner.
North Carolina has mountains, flatlands, oceanfront (beaches) and is also the site of one of the first English settlements that just disappeared and was never seen or heard of again. Was it called Roanoke Island? (not sure)
Bismarck is the capital city of North Dakota. Bismarck is located at 46°48′48″N 100°46′44″W.
There are several definitions of "Dakotas". The Dakota are a North American Indian tribe, also known as Sioux. Dakota is a Siouan language spoken by the Dakota and the Assiniboin Indians. Dakota was the name of a US Territory which became the US states of North Dakota and South Dakota. Collectively, North Dakota and South Dakota are known as "the Dakotas".
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North Carolina, South Carolina, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
Due to its low population, North Dakota has one Representative in the House of Representatives in the US Congress.
North and South Dakota. The Dakotas region of the United States, in the Black Hills.
North Dekota, South Dakota, North Carolina and South Carolina
Virginia and the Dakotas.
In the United States, Raleigh is the capital of the state of North Carolina.
Montana if you are in Wyoming or southern or central Idaho Canada if you are in Canada or the dakotas or northern Idaho