Native American Life in North Dakota?

Answer Native American culture is an important part of North Dakota's history and its future. Native Americans are the largest minority population in North Dakota, with 39,525 people as of 2008, and the p... Read More »

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Plants & Animals Native to North Dakota?

North Dakota is still primarily a rural state. It boasts mountains, grasslands and prairies, which all provide an array of ecosystems that support an eclectic list of wildlife. While some species, ... Read More »

South Dakota Native American Laws?

South Dakota is home to a majority of the Yankton Sioux Native American population. The Yankton Siouxs, like all Native American tribes in the United States, are a sovereign population with their o... Read More »

Is mount rushmore in north dakota or south dakota?

The Black Hills of South Dakota are home to Mount Rushmore National Memorial. The park is near Redstone, South Dakota, and about 35 miles south of the Rapid City Regional Airport, according to the ... Read More »

Are elm trees native to North America?

The American elm tree (Ulmus Americana) grows native to much of eastern North America. Elm trees grow from southern portions of Canada southwards to central Florida and as far west as states like T... Read More »