Statehood Day in North Dakota and South Dakota
Statehood Day in North Dakota and South Dakota is held on November 2. 1889. This event in the first decade of the month November is annual. Help us
Big, but less populated. Although it is the third least populous state in the country, North Dakota is the 19th largest state, area-wise. North Dakota is known for its Badlands, now part of the 70,000-acre Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Theodore Roosevelt National Park is one of the main highlights of any trip to North Dakota. Named after the naturalist, rancher, and 26th president of the United States, the national park still encompasses the same landscapes that once enamored Roosevelt himself. North Dakota leads the nation in production of spring wheat, durum wheat, dry edible peas, dry edible beans, honey, flaxseed and canola.
South Dakota ranks 16th in size among the 50 states. Sioux Falls Is South Dakota's Largest City. South Dakota Has More Shoreline Than Florida. South Dakota is known by the nickname “The Mount Rushmore State”, after its most famous attraction, the carvings of four presidents' faces on Mount Rushmore. South Dakota is paradise for anyone who loves the outdoors.
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