There are 13 North Dakota web directory related resources in this category!

  • Minot Air Force Base
    It is home to both the 5th Bomb Wing and the 91st Missile Wing, part of the Global Strike Command. Their slogan is "Only the Best Come North".

  • Devils Lake
    It is the state's largest natural body of water and got its name from the Native American name Miniwaukan, which was a misinterpretation of the Sioux name of Spirit Water. It is about 90 miles west of Grand Forks and has become known as the Perch Capital of the World.

  • GNDC
    The Greater North Dakota Chamber and Chamber of Commerce website. Offers information about governmental activities in this direction.

  • Granville, North Dakota 58741
    Located in McHenry County, the small city of Granville was founded, largely by homesteaders, in 1900. Biographies of its early settlers and an overview of its first businesses, churches, schools and organizations are presented.

  • Kulm, North Dakota 58456
    Kulm, North Dakota is in LaMoure County, about 40 miles south of Jamestown. Maps, photographs, a history and a profile of the small city are presented here.

    The North Dakota State Government website. Offers information about its residents, governmental projects and other resources which might interest the general public.

  • North Dakota State University
    Located in Fargo, North Dakota, this public university is known for its agricultural programs. Its main campus has been enhanced with several monuments including: We Will Never Forget Memorial, Noble's Golden Marguerite, and the Bjornson Memorial Obelisk.

  • Roseglen, North Dakota 58775
    Roseglen, North Dakota is an unincorporated community and a township in McLean County, ND. Surrounding townships are also part of the Roseglen area. A profile and history of the unincorporated town and township are featured.

  • SBDC
    Small Business Development Center in North Carolina. Offers information aimed at aiding small businesses develop and sustain themselves in North Dakota.

  • Spectrum Aeromed
    Manufacturing life support solutions including air ambulance equipment for rotor wing aircraft and fixed wings.

  • Theodore Roosevelt National Park
    Among the attractions in the park are petrified forests, canyons and rugged hills.

  • Ypsilanti Schools
    The last of school in the North Dakota townships of Ypsilanti and Corwin was closed in 1981. A brief history of the seven schools that once served the area is given, along with the names of every student, teacher, and superintendent who attended or served these schools.

  • Ypsilanti, North Dakota 58497
    Ypsilanti, North Dakota is an unincorporated community in both Ypsilanti and Corwin townships in Stutsman County. Biographies of its early settlers and a history of its first churches, schools, businesses and organizations are presented.

North Dakota, also nicknamed as the Peace Garden State, was the 39th state to join the United States on November 2, 1889. It is one of America's least populated states and was named after the Dakota Indian tribe. Due to huge oil reserves in the state, the economy is booming.

However, North Dakota's economy is still primarily based on agriculture and is the country's number one producer of spring wheat. It also produces potatoes, corn, sunflower, barley, honey, and flaxseed.

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Fargo is North Dakota's largest city and Bismark is the state's capital. Bismark became the capital in 1883 and is located in the south-central part of North Dakota along the Missouri River. The largest educational facilities are North Dakota State University in Fargo and the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks.