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Size: 3" x 5"
Copyrighted: 1915
Lithographer: Unidentified

North Dakota map - Wheat Fields; Sowing; Reaping
Area: 70,837 sq. mi
Population: 577,056
Scenes: Wheat Fields; Sowing; Reaping

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North Dakota is bounded by Canada, Minnesota, South Dakota and Montana; gross area, 70,837 sq. miles; land area, 70,183 sq. miles; water area, 654 sq. miles; capital, Bismarck. The principal river is the Missouri.
     The surface of the State is chiefly undulating prairie with occasional low hills. The soil is exceedingly fertile. The principal forest trees are oak, birch, aspen, cottonwood, ash, willow, box elder, plum and bull-cherry. In one State last year, four times as many packages of Arbuckles' were used during the year as there were children, women and men in the State.
     The principal farm crops are wheat, oats, corn, barley, potatoes and hay.
     The principal articles of manufacture include flour and grist, printing and publishing, saddlery and harness, packed meat, tobacco and cigars, railroad cars, carriages and wagons, machine shop products, timber and lumber, furniture, fire brick and hydraulic cement.
     The climate of North Dakota is varied, the temperature ranging, throughout the year, from 20 degrees below zero to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The winters are cold and much snow falls.
     Population in 1910, 317,554 males and 259,502 females, of whom 420,402 were of native and 156,654 of foreign birth; white, 569,855; negro, 617; Indian, 6,486; Chinese, 39; Japanese, 59. Total population, 577,056.
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