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Also known as the Peace Garden State, North Dakota used the
'Roughrider State' in tourism promotions during the 1960s.
The state capital of North Dakota is Bismarck.
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This river-fording spot was long used by Native Americans, until
the community was settled by whites in 1872.
The Northern Pacific named the community after the German chancellor
Prince Otto von Bismarck in the hope of attracting German investment in the railway when
it reached the Missouri.
Gold was discovered in the nearby Black Hills in 1874, and Bismarck
developed into an important outfitting and transport centre for miners.
Bismarck's major points of interest are the State Capitol and the
North Dakota Heritage Centre, containing the state's major museum and exhibits of Great
South of Bismarck is the Standing Rock Indian
Reservation, where the Sioux chief Sitting Bull was killed on December 15, 1890 and buried
at Fort Yates.
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North Dakota gets its name from the Dakota Sioux
States neighbouring North Dakota are: Minnesota,
South Dakota and Montana. North
Dakota also borders Canada.
Much of North Dakota is devoted to farmland and you'll find very few
tourists until you get to the Badlands. Make the most of it.
Fishing and hunting opportunities abound in North Dakota, especially
for game birds such as duck, grouse, pheasant, and goose.
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Fort Lincoln State Park:
Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, on the other side of the Missouri River near Mandan, is
the site of a former military post which was commanded by Lieutenant Colonel George A.
Custer; before he rode out to the Battle of Little Bighorn in Montana.
Theodore Roosevelt National
President Theodore Roosevelt so adored the Badlands that he bought the Elkhorn Ranch.
Although many people lazily appreciate the park's 36 mile scenic
automobile route from behind the wheel of their cars, there are plenty of hiking trails
for the more active.
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