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Notable People from North Dakota Notable Work/Position
Ronda Rousey Professional wrestler, mixed martial artist, first American to win an Olympic medal in women’s judo
Lawrence Welk Bandleader, accordionist, host of the “Lawrence Welk Show
Leonard Peltier American Indian activist, AIM member, imprisoned for murder of two FBI agents on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Peggy Lee Singer, songwriter, actress, Grammy Award winner and Lifetime Achievement Award recipient
Louis L’Amour Novelist, short-story writer of American West frontier life
Sacagawea Shoshone Indian woman who traveled thousands of uncharted miles with the Lewis and Clark Expedition as an interpreter
Wiz Khalifa Rapper, singer, songwriter, actor
Clinton J. Hill Secret Service agent who served under 5 U.S. presidents, noted for bravery by shielding Jacqueline Kennedy after motorcade shooting of President Kennedy in Dallas, TX

Searching for Someone in North Dakota

North Dakota is the 47th most populated state in the US. There are about 765,000 people and it includes 312,000 households. The average household size was 2.3 members in 2017. You can use White Pages to find people you need. The service is absolutely free. But if it is necessary to get the detailed information, you should purchase a premium account.

The predominant race in North Dakota is white, making up 84% of the population. The average age is 35.4. Women make up 48.8% of the total population and men make up 51.2% of the population. Fargo is the most populated city of North Dakota with 125,000 citizens.

Labor force is 387,000 people. Their median income is $61,843 per year. The most developed industries are agriculture, petroleum, oil production, mining, energy development, and food processing.

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
Univ. of North Dakota Grand Forks 3,409 55.4% 84.0% Air transportation, Nursing
North Dakota State Fargo 3,067 55.5% 92.8% Engineering, Business
Bismarck State College Bismarck 1,155 44.5% 100.0% Electric/Manuf. Engineering

 

North Dakota Real Estate

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The average home value increase is 1.5% per year. You can buy a home in North Dakota for $206,700 with the median price per square foot at $150. Rent is about $1,350. Listing price is over $227,000. Bismarck is the city with the most expensive property. The home value is about $265,000.

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Bismarck $263,500 $57,660
West Fargo $235,300 $76,925
Mandan $230,600 $61,817
Fargo $217,800 $63,353

North Dakota Facts

  • Official Name: North Dakota

  • Name Meaning: Dakota is the name of the Sioux tribe who lived in the region (present-day North and South Dakota were one territory until 1889). The word Dakota is Sioux for “friend” or “ally.”

  • Nickname: The Peace Garden State

  • Constitution Ratified: 1889

  • Statehood: November 2, 1889 (39th State)

  • Capital: Bismarck

  • Total Number of Counties: 53

  • Largest City: Fargo

  • Largest County (by population): Cass County

  • Population (as of 2018): 760,077

  • History: Many Native American Tribes lived in the area of North Dakota before the European explorers. The first European settlers were French. They could found fur trading posts with the Native Indians in the mid-1700s. France and the US signed the Treaty on Purchasing Louisiana Territory in 1803. It was a huge area and it included North Dakota, South Dakota, and parts of Montana and Wyoming. All the territories were officially established in 1861. South Dakota and North Dakota were admitted to the Union on November 2, 1889. Due to the fact that there are no records of which state document was signed first, so North Dakota was declared the 39th state and South Dakota the 40th state by alphabetical default.

Fast Facts

  • The Enchanted Highway has the world’s largest scrap metal sculptures. There are different sculptures every few miles. The highway distance is 32 miles.

  • There is the largest number of churches per capita in North Dakota.

  • Think “middle America” really exists. That is located in Rugby, ND. Rugby is the declared geographical center of North America .

  • The world record for the most snow angels made simultaneously was set in Bismarck in 2007.

  • The North Dakota government tried to omit the word “North” from its official name in 1947 and 1988.

  • Milk is the official beverage of North Dakota.

  • The U.S. and World Turtle Race Championships are held every July in Turtle Lake, ND.

  • There are 63 wildlife refuges in North Dakota. It takes 290,000 acres of land. There is no more US state with such a large number of wildlife refuges.

  • The Bank of North Dakota is the only state-owned bank in the United States.

  • Nakota is the official state horse breed. The horses are descendants of the wild horses. Their lineage can be traced to Sitting Bull’s favorite mounts. 

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