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North Dakota Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

Fun free North Dakota trivia quiz questions with the answers.

 

North Dakota Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

North Dakota was the 39th state admitted to the Union on what date?
A:  November 2, 1889.

Which two Canadian provinces border North Dakota on its northern border?
A:  Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

What U.S. State borders North Dakota to the east?
A: Minnesota.

What state borders North Dakota to the south?
A: South Dakota.

What state shares North Dakota's western border?
A: Montana.

What city is North Dakota's state capitol?
A: Bismarck.

 What is the biggest city in North Dakota?
A: Fargo.

 

North Dakota is the 3rd least "what" when compared to the other states?
A:  Populous.

The primary public universities are located in what two cities?
A:  Grand Forks and Fargo.

The U.S. Air Force operates air bases near what two cities?
A:  Minot and Grand Forks.

In North Dakota, what is marked with a stone marker in Rugby, North Dakota?
A:  The "Geographic Center of the North American Continent".

How big is North Dakota in square miles?
A:  70,762.

What is the North Dakota State bird?
A:  Western Meadowlark.

What is the highest elevation in the state?
A: White Butte at 3,506 feet.

 

In the United States, Lake Sakakawea is the third largest what?
A: Man-made lake.

What is the North Dakota State fish?
A:  Northern pike.

What is the name of the largest natural lake in North Dakota?
A: Devils Lake.

President  Benjamin Harrison, signed proclamations admitting North and South Dakota to the United States on what date?
A:  November 2, 1889.

 As of July 1, 2013, what was the population of North Dakota?
A:  723,393.

The word "Dakota" is a corruption of a Sioux Indian word  that means what?
A:  "allies" or "friends".

What is the North Dakota State horse?
A:  Nokota horse.

 

Native American social gatherings, called "powwows", are an important aspect of Indian culture, and occur regularly where?
A:  Throughout the State.

 Powwows were held most commonly in the spring, to celebrate the beginning of new life and the end of the what?
A: Winter cold.

What is the North Dakota State flower?
A:  Wild Prairie Rose.

One of the biggest powwows in the United States, the United Tribes International Powwow, is held each September in what city?
A:  Bismarck.

A powwow comes  with parades and dancers and it is traditional for male dancers to wear regalia decorated with beads, quills and what?
A: Eagle feathers.

What is the North Dakota State tree?
A:  American Elm.

Some of the Germans who had settled in Russia for generations were unhappy and in the nineteenth century how many immigrated to the U.S. by 1900?
A:  About 100,000.

 

North Dakota has the greatest number of "what", per capita, of any other state?
A:  Churches.

What is is the largest industry in North Dakota?
A: Agriculture.

What is the North Dakota State fossil?
A:  Teredo Petrified wood.

North Dakota is the fastest growing state in U.S. by what measure?
A:  GDP.

Bank of North Dakota in Bismarck, is the only "what" in the country?
A:  State owned bank.

What is the North Dakota State grass?
A:  Western Wheatgrass.

What percentage of North Dakota's land area is in farms?
A: About 90%.

 

With the third largest in the nation, how many acres of cropland does North Dakota have?
A:  27,500,000.

North Dakota is the largest producer in the country of what?
A: Many cereal grains.

What are the North Dakota State nicknames?
A:  Roughrider State, Flickertail State, Peace Garden State, Sioux state.

North Dakota  is the leading producer of many oilseeds including what percentage  of the U.S. canola crop?
A: 92%.

The state is the second leading grower of sugarbeets, which are grown in the what?
A:  Red River Valley.

What is the North Dakota State slogan?
A:  Legendary.

North Dakota is the largest producer of what natural and sweet product in the country?
A: Honey.

 

In what year was oil was discovered near Tioga, North Dakota?
A: In 1951.

What is the North Dakota State song?
A:  North Dakota Hymn.

By 1984, how many barrels of oil was being produced in North Dakota??
A:  53 million barrels of oil a year.

How much oil do the reserves of the Bakken Formation hold?
A: Up to 400 billion barrels.

What is the North Dakota State dance?
A: Square Dance.

North Dakota is the second largest producer of oil in the country with an average of  how many barrels per day being produced?
A:  575,490 barrels per day.

How many hospitals does North Dakota have?
A:  44.

 

What is the North Dakota State fruit?
A:  Chokecherry.

In North Dakota, which insurance company is the largest medical insurer in the state?
A:  Blue Cross Blue Shield .

The North Dakota Interstate Highway system, is paved in what material instead of blacktop, because of the extreme weather conditions it is exposed to?
A:  Concrete.

What is the North Dakota State beverage?
A:  Milk.

In what North Dakota city is world's largest statue of a Holstein cow located?
A: New Salem.

What city in North Dakota has the world's largest statue of a bison?
A: Jamestown.

Fort Yates is located on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation and claims to be the burial place of Hunkpapa Lakota leader known as who?
A: Sitting Bull.

How many  public colleges and universities does North Dakota have?
A: 11.