North Dakota, United States

North Dakota, United States

Country USA
Capital city Bismarck
Area 183,272 km²
Population 774,948 people (2021)
4.23 people/km²
Governor Jack Dalrymple (R)
Time zone Central: UTC -7/ -6
ZIP code N.D
ISO 3166-2 US-ND
Official site www.nd.gov
North Dakota

Counties in North Dakota

Population density in North Dakota

North Dakota (in English: North Dakota) is a state in the USA, whose zip code is ND. The administrative center is the city of Bismarck. North Dakota has a population of 756,927. (2015)

Geography

North Dakota borders Minnesota to the east, South Dakota to the south, Montana to the west, and the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba to the north.

Administrative division

Counties

North Dakota consists of 53 counties . They are:

  1. Adams
  2. Barnes
  3. Benson
  4. Billings
  5. Bottino
  6. Bowman
  7. Burke
  8. Burleigh
  9. Golden Valley
  10. Grand Forks
  11. Grant
  12. Griggs
  13. Divide
  14. Dicky
  15. Dunn
  16. Eddie
  17. Emmons
  18. Cas
  19. Cavalier
  20. Kidder
  21. Lamore
  22. Logan
  23. Mackenzie
  24. Mackintosh
  25. McLean
  26. McHenry
  27. Mountrail
  28. Morton
  29. Mercer
  30. Nelson
  31. Oliver
  32. Pembina
  33. Pierce
  34. Ramsay
  35. Ransom
  36. Renville
  37. Richland
  38. Rollet
  39. Sergeant
  40. Sioux
  41. Slope
  42. Stark
  43. Steel
  44. Stutsman
  45. Towner
  46. Trail
  47. Wales
  48. Williams
  49. Walsh
  50. Ward
  51. Foster
  52. Hettinger
  53. Sheridan

Cities

  • Bismarck
  • Valley City
  • Grand Forks
  • Grafton
  • Jamestown
  • Dickinson
  • App
  • West Fargo
  • The mine
  • Rugby
  • Williston
  • Fargo
  • Hettinger

Population

year Population
1870 2405
1880 36,909
1890 190,983
1900 319 146
1910 577 056
1920 646,872
1930 680,845
1940 641 935
1950 619,636
1960 632,446
1970 617 761
1980 652 717
1990 638,800
2000 642,200
2007 639,715

Races

(2000)

  • 93.79% – white
  • 5.49% – Indians
  • 0.85% – black
  • 0.78% – Asians

(2005)

  • 93.19% – white
  • 5.81% – Indians
  • 1.04% – black
  • 0.89% – Asians

Ethnic composition

(2000)

  • 43.9% – Germans
  • 30.1% – Norwegians
  • 7.7% – Irish
  • 5% – Americans
  • 5% – Swedes
  • 4% – French

Religion

(2001)

  • 86% – Christians

Economics

North Dakota is primarily an agricultural state: the cultivation of wheat, rye, sunflower, barley, seed grasses, flax, and also animal husbandry (meat and wool production) is developed.

The state is in the first place in the USA in reserves of lignite coal, also natural gas and uranium. In 1951, oil deposits were discovered.

The state is home to the company “Bobcat”, known for the production of small-sized agricultural and construction equipment.

Bismarck (North Dakota)

Country USA
State North Dakota
Area 87.38 km²
Highness height 514 m
Population 61,272 people (2010)
Founding May 14, 1872
ZIP code 58501–58507
Telephone code 701
Official site www.bismarcknd.gov
Bismarck

North Dakota Statehouse in Bismarck

Missouri River

Bismarck is a city in the USA and the capital of North Dakota. It bears the name of German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck. Its population is 58,333 people (2006). County Center of Burleigh County. It is located on the Missouri River. The local paper is the Bismarck Tribune. Bismarck Municipal Airport serves the needs of the city. An important trading center for wheat and cattle. It occupies an area of ​​71 km².

History

Founded in 1872. It was named after the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1873. The discovery of gold in 1874 in the nearby town of Black Hills led to a wave of immigration. Administrative center of Dakota Territory from 1883, and from 1889 — of North Dakota.

Population

year Population
1910 4913
1920 7122
1930 11,090
1940 15,496
1950 18,541
1960 27,670
1970 34,703
1980 44,485
1990 49,256
2000 55,532
2006 58,333

Races

(2000)

  • 94.78%- white Americans
  • 3.39%- Indians
  • 0.45%- Asians
  • 0.28%- African Americans

Ethnic composition

(2000)

  • 57.9% – Germans
  • 18.2% – Norwegians
  • 7.7% – Russians
  • 7.2% – Irish
  • 5.0% – English
  • 4.3% – Swedes

North Dakota, United States

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