1. Few and Far Between, North Dakota's Jews Work With Chabad - November 20, 2012
  2. North Dakota Welcomes Full-Time Chabad Presence - November 22, 2012
  3. Big Sky country Montana, gets a mikvah. Chabad emissaries in Montana, one of the least Jewish states in US, build ritual bath that will serve a vast area that in cludes Idaho, North Dakota and South Dakota - July 18, 2009
  4. Jewish Settlement in North Dakota Collection 
  5. Jewish Life in North Dakota
  6. A German Jewish Woman Settles in North Dakota
  7. Chabad of North Dakota
  8. B'nai Israel Reform Synagogue in Grand Forks, North Dakota
  9. B'nai Israel Synagogue & Montefiore Cemetery
  10. Temple Beth El of Fargo, North Dakota - Facebook
  11. Temple Beth El Fargo, Reform
  12. Jewish Students Protest Bias in North Dakota - May 9, 2008
  13. Foreign Student Starts Hillel Group at North Dakota State - September 27, 2004
  14. Fargo temple hires first rabbi in 10 years - November 29, 1997
  15. Rabbi Binyamin (Benjamin) Papermaster (1860 - 1934) served as an Orthodox rabbi in North Dakota for 43 years.
  16. The Jewish Week - Fargo 
  17. Fargo Hebrew Congregation (Orthodox) - 1896 - 2002
  18. Finding Aid to the Fargo Jewish Federation Financial Statement, 1953


North Dakota (Listeni/ˌnɔrθ dəˈktə/) is a state in the Midwestern region of the United States, along the Canadian border. The state is bordered by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan to the north, Minnesota to the east, South Dakota to the south and Montana to the west. North Dakota is the 19th most extensive but the 3rd least populous and the 4th least densely populated of the 50 United States. North Dakota was created from the northern portion of the Dakota Territory and admitted to the Union on November 2, 1889, simultaneously with South Dakota.

The state capitol is located in Bismarck and the largest city is Fargo. The primary public universities are located in Grand Forks and Fargo. The U.S. Air Force operates air bases at Minot AFB and Grand Forks AFB.

For more than a decade, the state has had a strong economy, with unemployment lower than the national average and strong job and population growth. Much of the growth has been based on development of the Bakken oil shale fields in the western part of the state. The state has also seen strong economic growth in the technology and service sectors.