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dakota
north
by rayshawn gamble
contact @ rayshawngam@gmail,com
or 720-218-2113
designed by Péter Puklus for Prezi
history
north Dakota is home to many native americans before the european settlement.
ecnomic
geographic
the east, the Red River Valley is known for its fantastic farmland and dark, rich topsoil. central part of the state, called the Drift Prairie, ancient glaciers formed many lakes and flattened the land.
goverment
Capital: Bismarck
State Abbreviation: ND
Governor: Jack Dalrymple (Republican)
U.S. Senators: 2
Heidi Heitkamp (Democrat)
John Hoeven (Republican)
U.S. Representatives: 1
Republicans: 1
State Senators: 47
State Representatives: 94
Counties: 53
awsomness
Dakota magic casino is a fun place to gamble slot machines to win the lottery. and if you go sign up for MAGIC PLAYERS CLUB
road trip distince
maps
The Mandarin, Hidatsa, and Arikara lived in the area around the Missouri
road map
elevation map
topograpic map
population map
North Dakota is made up of three separate regions, each with its own unique features,
magic casino to north Dakota mountains = 258
north Dakota mountains to arikara = 335
arikara to soil farm =249
Dakotas greatest recourse is its recourse is its soil their Farms and ranches take up about 90 percent of the state’s land.So if you are a planter well do to north dakota
state flag
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