North Dakota County Map
North Dakota is also known as the “Peace Garden State” after the International Peace Garden park which is a symbol of peaceful relationship between the US and Canada. This map represents the political geography of the state with well researched data. The map expanse is elaborated with placements of cities and networks of highways.
It also encompasses the urban layout of 3 major cities in insets which includes Fargo, Grand Forks and state capital Bismarck. Each frame is elaborated with the latest street information and location of landmarks. Prominent terrain features, parks and airports are also marked notably.
Details on the map
The North Dakota Map depicts the physical and political layout of the state with in-depth factual detailing. In planimetric layout the map shows international demarcations and state boundaries along with placements of many primary cities and secondary cities. Physical attributes like mountain peaks, plains, rivers, lakes, badlands, and Red River valley can also be located with ease.
Airports, national parks, state parks and recreational areas are also indicated with clarity. Primary and secondary highways are specifically numbered and can be identified in a glance. Separate frames highlight an elaborate know-how of three cities which includes a useful city map of Bismarck, the state capital, the largest city Fargo and urban settlement of Grand Forks. The map is also furnished with a city/town index, county index, driving distance chart, miniature United States locator indicating the placement of North Dakota and a digitized flag of the State.
Location on the map
North Dakota lies in the center of the North American Continent in the mid-western part of the United States. It shares a water boundary with Minnesota in the east with the Red River. South Dakota and Montana can be placed on the south and west respectively. North Dakota shares international borders with Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba in the north.
Region Location on North Dakota Map
According to the USCB, North Dakota falls under the Midwest region of the United States in the West North Central, Division 4. The other states under this division are Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Counties in North Dakota
North Dakota is divided into 53 counties. McKenzie County is the largest county in terms of land area whereas Cass County is the largest by population.
Time Zone in North Dakota
North Dakota follows two time zones. The Eastern part of the state falls under the Central Time Zone and follows the Central Standard Time (CST), which is 6 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time. The Western part of the state falls under the Mountain Time Zone and follows the Mountain Standard Time (MST) which is 7 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.
ZIP Code of North Dakota
The Range of Zip code in North Dakota is 58001-58856.
Major cities of North Dakota
North Dakota is the nineteenth largest state of the US in terms of land area but the fourth smallest in terms of population. The economy of the state is anchored by its rich natural resources and oil extraction. The main frame marks all primary and secondary cities with readable fonts in their true location.
It draws attention to Capital City Bismarck and the cities of Fargo and Grand Forks with a box highlighter which are elaborated in insets. Urban placement of the state is elaborated in a detailed tabular index of Cities and counties. Distance markers help locate the smallest towns and cities in the state.
Bismarck City Frame
The State capital Bismarck is the seat of Burleigh County and the second largest city of the state in terms of population. It is located on the east bank of the Missouri River and is rated as the seventh fastest growing small city in the US. The points of interest in the city that can be placed on the inset include Kirkwood Mall, Civic Center, North Dakota State Capitol, and St Alexius Medical Center.
The Cathedral District is the historic neighborhood which can be placed in downtown Bismarck. Other attractions of the city are Sertoma Park, Fort Abraham Lincoln, golf Courses and other recreational areas. Interstate 94 and US route 83 serve the city along with Bismarck Municipal airport, BNSF Railways and Amtrak passenger rail service.
Fargo City Frame
Fargo is the seat of Cass County and the largest city of North Dakota. Fargo is the cultural, industrial and educational center of the state and is the home to North Dakota State University. The city is located in the west banks of the Red River of the North in the Red River Valley.
It is the principal city of Fargo- Moorhead Metropolitan Area which includes West Fargo, Moorhead, and Dilworth. Points of interest of the city include Plains Art Museum, Fargo Air Museum, parks and recreational areas. The economy of the state is dominated by food processing, manufacturing, health and education. Interstate highway 29 and 94 and US Highway 81,10 and 52. Airports, rail routes and defense installations are also indicated on the frame.
Grand Forks City Frame
Grand Forks is the third largest city of North Dakota and the seat of Grand Forks County. It is geographically located on the east bank of the Red River of the North in the Red River Valley region. The city was named Grand Forks for its location at the fork of Red River and Red River Lake.
The city is home to Grand Forks Airforce Base and the University of North Dakota. Civic centers, notable buildings, historic sites, recreational areas, and parks are prominently marked on the frame. The City is served by Grand Forks International Airport, Interstate 29, US Route 2 and 81, BNSF railways and Amtrak passenger rail service. All highways are specifically numbered for easy orientation.
The legend lays out details on major airports, national parks, military installation and highways, important roads and other details of the title frame.
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|POD Size||17.75 x 15.25 in|
|Publisher Name||Globe Turner|