North Dakota: People Living on the Land. Uniquely designed and developed online learning.
Welcome. We invite you—students, teachers, and lifelong learners—to explore these resources on North Dakota’s people, places, events, and fascinating history. North Dakota Studies promotes teaching and learning about geography, history, and civics in North Dakota. Through North Dakota Studies and National History Day in North Dakota, we are leading facilitators of student driven research.
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The North Dakota Studies program at the State Historical Society of North Dakota promotes teaching and learning about the geography, history, government, current issues, and citizenship of North Dakota.
A series of 4th Grade North Dakota Studies units is available as a resource on the people, places, events, and fascinating history of North Dakota.
The North Dakota Studies program at the State Historical Society of North Dakota offers resources on the people, places, events, and fascinating history of North Dakota.
To complement and extend the North Dakota Studies experience, North Dakota: People Living on the Land has been uniquely designed and developed to be both a chronological and thematic approach to studying North Dakota Studies. Read, analyze, and become your own historian.
North Dakota History is designed to promote and encourage a better understanding of the state’s history and is available for high school students and lifelong learners. It is a discussion of the state's geography, history, and agriculture and is an ideal resource to help schools meet the high school course requirement for North Dakota Studies.
In addition to the many resources available from the North Dakota Studies program at the State Historical Society of North Dakota, other government agencies and organizations also have excellent resources to assist those interested in learning more about North Dakota.
Workshops and learning opportunities for teachers, student programs, and a host of friendly websites help to promote the history and culture of North Dakota.