1815-98; Prus. chancellor of the German Empire (1871-90), which he unified: called the Iron Chancellor
capital of N.Dak., on the Missouri River
Origin of Bismarckafter Bismarck, in recognition of financial aid to the local railroad by German investors
The capital of North Dakota, in the south-central part of the state on hills overlooking the Missouri River. It was originally a camp for laborers building the Northern Pacific Railroad.
Named for the German statesman Otto von Bismarck.