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Jul 19, 2021

[Answer] What is the name for the strip of land jutting north from the border of Minnesota?

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...1. North Sota 2. Northwest Angle 3. Area 51 4. South Manitoba




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Northwest Angle - The U.S. border with Canada from Washington to Minnesota coincides with the 49th parallel, a circle of latitude in the Northern Hemisphere. But then there’s a northern extension of Minnesota’s border. That’s the Northwest Angle, on the northern shore of the Lake of the Woods. It exists because of some confusion on geography when the U.S. and Great Britain drew up treaties in the 19th century. The Northwest Angle is the only part of the contiguous U.S. above the 49th parallel, and it is not accessible from the U.S. by land. One must drive through Canada or cross the Lake of the Woods, which can be done by car when the water is frozen solid.:


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