10 Largest Cities in North Dakota Fargo (125,233) Bismarck (73,829) Grand Forks (55,041) Minot (47,309) West Fargo (37,856) Williston (30,611) Dickinson (23,570) Mandan (22,971)
List of the 10 Biggest Cities in North Dakota
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The oil- rich Bakken shale formation has made North Dakota the second-largest crude-producing state behind only Texas. The U.S. hit a milestone this year, producing more crude oil than any other country, and North Dakota is a big reason for that.
There are now 42 million people who identify as Black or African American living in America, making up 12% of the total population. According to the most recent American Community Survey, the Black population in north dakota is 21,577 – at 2.9% of the total population of north dakota.
Bismarck (/ˈbɪzmɑːrk/) is the capital of the U.S. state of North Dakota and the county seat of Burleigh County. It is the second-most populous city in North Dakota after Fargo . The city’s population was estimated in 2019 at 73,529, while its metropolitan population was 128,949.
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As might be expected due to North Dakota’s solid agricultural base, food processing is North Dakota’s most important manufacturing industry . Major food products include bread and pasta, frozen potato products and seed oils (flaxseed, sunflower seed).
Annual average precipitation across the state ranges from around 14 in (35.6 cm) in the west to 22 in (55.9 cm) in the east. Snow is the main form of precipitation from November through March, while rain is the most common the rest of the year. It has snowed in North Dakota during every month except July and August.
North Dakota is the forty-second richest state in the United States of America, with a per capita income of $17,769 (2000).