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Q: What is the name of North Dakota State mascot?
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North Dakota's nick name is the Peace Garden State because the International Peace Garden is located on the border between North Dakota, US and Manitoba, Canada. The North Dakota Motor Vehicle Department decided to put the words "Peace Garden State" on the license plates in 1956. The name was so popular that the North Dakota state legislature formally adopted it as the state nick name in 1957.


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How did North Dakota get its nickname?

The official nickname of North Dakota, as adopted by the North Dakota State Legislature in 1957, is the Peace Garden State. The nick name was chosen because the International Peace Garden is located on the border of North Dakota with Canada.


What does the North Dakota nickname mean?

The official nickname of North Dakota, as adopted by the North Dakota State Legislature in 1957, is the "Peace Garden State". The nick name was chosen because the International Peace Garden is located on the border of North Dakota, US and Manitoba, Canada.


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