The Great Plains stretch across the length of North Dakota. These vast expanses were once filled with millions of buffalo. Today the North Dakota plains are an important agricultural site, producing large amounts of corn, wheat, and other grains. Students will learn all about the state's natural features, such as the badlands and the Missouri River. This book also explores history, festivals, and local culture.
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