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Notable People from North DakotaNotable Work/Position
Ronda RouseyProfessional wrestler, mixed martial artist, first American to win an Olympic medal in women’s judo
Lawrence WelkBandleader, accordionist, host of the “Lawrence Welk Show
Leonard PeltierAmerican Indian activist, AIM member, imprisoned for murder of two FBI agents on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Peggy LeeSinger, songwriter, actress, Grammy Award winner and Lifetime Achievement Award recipient
Louis L’AmourNovelist, short-story writer of American West frontier life
SacagaweaShoshone Indian woman who traveled thousands of uncharted miles with the Lewis and Clark Expedition as an interpreter
Wiz KhalifaRapper, singer, songwriter, actor
Clinton J. HillSecret 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

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North Dakota is the 47th most populated state in the U.S. The total population of North Dakota is 760,077 residents with 311,525 households. The average household size is 2.3 members (based on 2017 census data). To refine your search for someone in North Dakota, consider the age, gender, and demographic of your subject to ensure you’re on the right track.

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The predominant race in North Dakota is white, making up 84% of the state’s population. The median age is 35.4, with 48.8% of the total population female and 51.2% male. The most populated city is Fargo with 124,844 people.

The economy of North Dakota employs 387 thousand people. The median income is $61,843. Leading economic industries include agriculture, petroleum, oil production, mining, energy development, and food processing.

Top 3 SchoolsCity# of GraduatesGraduation RateAcceptance RateMost Popular Degrees
Univ. of North DakotaGrand Forks3,40955.4%84.0%Air transportation, Nursing
North Dakota StateFargo3,06755.5%92.8%Engineering, Business
Bismarck State CollegeBismarck1,15544.5%100.0%Electric/Manuf. Engineering

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Home values in North Dakota have gone up 1.8% in the past year and are anticipated to rise 1.3% in 2019. The median home value is $206,700 with the median price per square foot at $150. The median rent price is $1,345. The median listing price for homes statewide is $227,000. The city with the highest home value is Bismarck, with a median home value of $263,500.

CityAvg. Home ValueAvg. 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: North Dakota was home to indigenous Native American tribes before the arrival of European explorers. The French were first to lay claim to the area. They established fur trading posts with the Native Indians in the mid-1700s. In 1803, the United States acquired much of the land west of the Mississippi from France with the Louisiana Purchase. North Dakota, South Dakota, and parts of Montana and Wyoming were designated the U.S. Dakota Territory in 1861. Both North and South Dakota were admitted to the Union on November 2, 1889; there is no record 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 boasts the world’s largest scrap metal sculptures on display every few miles. The two-lane highway stretches 32 miles in the southwest portion of the state.
  • The state of North Dakota has the highest number of churches per capita.
  • Think “middle America” is a mythical place? It actually exists in Rugby, ND. Rugby is the declared geographical center of North America (and it has the landmark plaque to prove it).
  • The world record for the most snow angels made simultaneously was set in Bismarck in 2007.
  • The North Dakota state legislature unsuccessfully attempted to omit the word “North” from its official name in 1947 and 1988.
  • Milk is the official state beverage. What could be more satisfying after a hard day of fracking?
  • The U.S. and World Turtle Race Championships are held every July in Turtle Lake, ND. Why isn’t this event an Olympic sport already?
  • 63 wildlife refuges cover over 290,000 acres of land in North Dakota, more refuges than any other state in the country.
  • The Bank of North Dakota is the only state-owned bank in the United States.
  • North Dakota has its own state horse breed, the Nakota. The Nakota horses are descendants of the wild herds that roamed the state; their lineage can be traced to Sitting Bull’s favorite mounts.


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