North Dakota is an essentially agricultural state: the first national producer of wheat, barley, flax and sunflower, the other resources are potatoes, oats, fodder plants, sugar beet.

Breeding (cattle, sheep) is also very important. The underground of the State hides immense reserves of oil, natural gas, salt and lignite.

Industry

Industrial development is recent and still limited. In addition to mining, the main industrial sectors are oil refining, agri-food (sugar, salt, mills, canning factories, dairy products), mechanics, typography. Tourism also rests on numerous sites: military forts built in the 19th and 19th centuries – Abercrombie fort, Clark fort -, Sitting Bulletin’s tomb, Writing Rock historical park (megalith bearing Indian inscriptions), Theodore Roosevelt national park.

Search for private schools in North Dakota? Here is a directory of K-12 schools in the state of North Dakota listed county by county. Please follow the link below to see all private K12 schools in your county of North Dakota.

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Major Cities in North Dakota

Bismarck

Bismarck, formerly Edwinton, city and capital of the state of North Dakota in the United States. It has about 57,000 residents. The city was founded in 1873 as a center for the gold rush in the Black Hills, and he was the state capital in 1889.

Bismarck is also the center of the halibut belt in the United States. In addition, the city has a varied industry and a university.

Private Schools in North Dakota by County