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  • Fargo
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State of North Dakota Total Population:
755,400 Residents

Capital City:
Bismarck

Largest Cities:
Fargo: 120,762
Bismarck: 72,417
Grand Forks: 57,339

Bordering States:
Minnesota, Montana, South Dakota




About North Dakota Public Records


Public or governmental agencies, boards, bureaus, or commissions of the state create, store, and maintain public records. The North Dakota's public records law states that anyone, regardless of where they live are entitled to copies of government records from public entities. The records include books, written materials, designs, photos, manuals, drawings, information on computers, microfilms, sound recordings, tapes, maps, statistical tabulations, and other materials.

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A Short History Of North Dakota


North Dakota became U.S. territory in 1803 and a state in 1889. North Dakota and South Dakota was originally part of the Minnesota and Nebraska territories until it was organized into the Dakota territory in 1861. The first Europeans explored the area around 1738 establishing some limited trade with the natives. The region remained largely unsettled until the construction of the railroad in the 1870s and 1880s. The state is renowned for its scenic "Badlands," which are part of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.