There is more to North Dakota than meets the eye. Holed up in a part of the
country that doesn’t get much attention, North Dakota is a heaven for
anyone who’s ever whistled along to "Don’t Fence Me In." North
Dakota is a single wide, open space that covers flat farmland, forests and
lakes (with some of best bass, perch and walleye fishing in the world) all the
way to the lunar landscapes of the North Dakota badlands.
Outside North Dakota’s big cities, North Dakota’s residents are
spread out pretty thin, but their diversity matches their isolation. Almost 5%
of North Dakotans are Native Americans. North Dakota has one of the largest
Native American populations of any state. Educational excellence is another of
North Dakota’s pleasant surprises. North Dakota has one of best primary
and secondary education systems in the country; even given the state’s
small population, North Dakota maintains 11 public colleges.
Now that you are moving to North Dakota there are a couple facts you will
want to keep in mind when you move:
North Dakota Moving Information
Moving to North Dakota requires a little bit of knowledge and know-how.
Understanding the process and knowing how to have a successful move makes the
experience better. 123Movers works with long distance moving companies in North
Dakota that cares about delivering great moving services.
Some of the movers within our networks are members of The North Dakota Motor Carriers
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North Dakota that believes in educating customers and becoming advocates for
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State Related Facts
- North Dakota’s state capital is Bismarck.
- In 1889, North Dakota and South Dakota were slated to become states on the
same day. But given the intense rivalry between the two territories,
President Benjamin Harrison could not decide which one to formally admit
first. So he had his Secretary of State shuffle the admission papers so he
would not know which one he was signing.
- North Dakota grows more sunflowers than any other state in America.
- Several attempts have been made in North Dakota’s legislature to
drop the North and rename the state Dakota. All have been defeated.