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Jerry Cooper; with Glenn Smith. Citizens as Soldiers: A History of the North Dakota National Guard. University of Nebraska Press. 2005. 447pp.

Charles N. Glaab (editor). The North Dakota Political Tradition. Iowa State University Press. 1981. 220pp.

Melvin E. Kazeck. North Dakota: A Human and Economic Geography. North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies. 1956. 264pp.

James E. Leahy; Suzanne Lord. The North Dakota State Constitution: A Reference Guide. Praeger. 2003. 264pp.

Clement Augustus Lounsberry. Early History of North Dakota: Essential Outlines of American History. Liberty Press. 1919. 645pp.

Elwyn B. Robinson. History of North Dakota. University of Nebraska Press. 1966. 599pp.

Darrin J. Rodgers. Northern Harvest: Pentecostalism in North Dakota. North Dakota District Council of the Assemblies of God. 2003. 346pp.

D. Jerome Tweton; Theodore B. Jelliff. North Dakota: The Heritage of a People. North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies. 1976. 242pp.

Robert I. Vexler (editor). Chronology and Documentary Handbook of the State of North Dakota. Oceana Publications. 1978. 148pp.

Robert Poole Wilkins; Wynona H. Wilkins. North Dakota: A Bicentennial History. New York: W. W. Norton. 1977. 218pp.

Daniel Everett Willard. The Story of the Prairies: Or, The Landscape Geology of North Dakota. Rand, McNally. 1907. 377pp.

Mary Ann Barnes Williams. Origins of North Dakota Place Names. Bismarck Tribune. 1966. 354pp.

Clyde L. Young. Government of North Dakota and the Nation. American Book Company. 1922. 290pp.




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