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North Dakota's capital is Bismarck.

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Where is north dakotas capital city located at?

Bismarck is the capital city of North Dakota. Bismarck is located at 46°48′48″N 100°46′44″W.


What is north Dakotas' major farm products?

Wheat


What are Dakotas?

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".


What was the country that first claimed and explored north Dakotas?

France.


What are two of north Dakotas moist important grain crops?

corn and rice


What four states have north or south in there names?

North Carolina, South Carolina, North Dakota, and South Dakota.


What is North Dakotas only representative?

Due to its low population, North Dakota has one Representative in the House of Representatives in the US Congress.


Where is the location of the Sioux?

North and South Dakota. The Dakotas region of the United States, in the Black Hills.


What four states have North or South in their names?

North Dekota, South Dakota, North Carolina and South Carolina


Which two territories eventually divided in to a southern and northern state?

Virginia and the Dakotas.


What state has the capital of Raleigh?

In the United States, Raleigh is the capital of the state of North Carolina.


What is the north of Montana's border?

Montana if you are in Wyoming or southern or central Idaho Canada if you are in Canada or the dakotas or northern Idaho