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1 Heritage Simulation By: Olivia, Luis, Dalton, and Andrew W.( ODLA Dynamite)

2 Mount Rainier Mount Rainier is a massive stratovolcano. Mount Rainier is a massive stratovolcano. It is located 54 miles southeast of Seattle. It is located 54 miles southeast of Seattle. The elevation of Mount Rainier is 14,411 ft. The elevation of Mount Rainier is 14,411 ft. The last eruption that Mount Rainier has had was more then a century ago. The last eruption that Mount Rainier has had was more then a century ago. Mount Rainiers National Park was established on March 2 nd,1899. Mount Rainiers National Park was established on March 2 nd,1899. The size of Mount Rainiers National Park is 235,625 acres. The size of Mount Rainiers National Park is 235,625 acres. Its climbed by at least 2,500 people a year! Its climbed by at least 2,500 people a year!

3 Crater Lake Crater Lake is located in Oregon, about 80 miles east of Medford. Crater Lake is located in Oregon, about 80 miles east of Medford. The size of Crater Lakes National Park is 183,224 acres. The size of Crater Lakes National Park is 183,224 acres. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. There is an average of at least 44 ft. of snowfall each year. There is an average of at least 44 ft. of snowfall each year. There of 5 trillion gallons of water in Crater Lake. There of 5 trillion gallons of water in Crater Lake.

4 Death Valley Death Valley National Park is a national park located east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Death Valley National Park is a national park located east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Death Valley is located in California. Death Valley is located in California. The highest point in Death Valley National Park is Telescope Peak at 11,049 ft. The highest point in Death Valley National Park is Telescope Peak at 11,049 ft. The lowest part of Death Valley is -282 ft. in Badwater. The lowest part of Death Valley is -282 ft. in Badwater. The Highest temperature it has ever been in Death Valley is 134 degrees F on July 10, The Highest temperature it has ever been in Death Valley is 134 degrees F on July 10, 1913.

5 Grand Canyon The Grand Canyon is an astounding277 miles long and up to 18 miles wide. The Grand Canyon is an astounding277 miles long and up to 18 miles wide. The Grand Canyon took 3-6 million years to form. It was formed by the Colorado River. The Grand Canyon took 3-6 million years to form. It was formed by the Colorado River. The Colorado River flows at a average speed of 4 miles per hour. The Colorado River flows at a average speed of 4 miles per hour. There are 70 species of mammals, 250 species of birds, 25 types of reptiles, and 5 species of amphibians. There are 70 species of mammals, 250 species of birds, 25 types of reptiles, and 5 species of amphibians. It was made a National Monument in 1908,and became a National Park in It was made a National Monument in 1908,and became a National Park in It is populated by six Native American tribes: Hopis, Navajos, Havasupai, Paiute, Pueblo, and Hualapai. It is populated by six Native American tribes: Hopis, Navajos, Havasupai, Paiute, Pueblo, and Hualapai.

6 Yellowstone Yellowstone is 3,472b square miles long. Yellowstone is 3,472b square miles long. Yellowstones National Park is 2,221,766 acres. Yellowstones National Park is 2,221,766 acres. The highest point in Yellowstone is 111,358 ft. The highest point in Yellowstone is 111,358 ft. The lowest point is 5,282 ft. The lowest point is 5,282 ft. Yellowstone is 96% in Wyoming. Yellowstone is 96% in Wyoming. The highest temperature recorded is 98 F. The lowest is - 66 F. The highest temperature recorded is 98 F. The lowest is - 66 F. Yellowstone is the worlds largest national park. Yellowstone is the worlds largest national park. Yellowstone is longer then Rhode Island and Delaware combined. Yellowstone is longer then Rhode Island and Delaware combined.

7 Mt. Rushmore Gutzon Borglum was the sculptor Gutzon Borglum was the sculptor of Mt. Rushmore. of Mt. Rushmore. Carving began on Mt. Rushmore in Carving began on Mt. Rushmore in It was completed in It was completed in The granite faces tower over 5,500 ft. above sea level. The granite faces tower over 5,500 ft. above sea level. Each of the presidents heads were as tall as a 6 story building. Each of the presidents heads were as tall as a 6 story building. The presidents on Mt. Rushmore are George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. The presidents on Mt. Rushmore are George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.

8 Badlands The Badlands are located in South Dakota and North Dakota The Badlands are located in South Dakota and North Dakota It was established as Badlands National Monument on the 4 th of March in It was established as Badlands National Monument on the 4 th of March in The park is made up of about 244,000 acres. The park is made up of about 244,000 acres. 75 million years ago the Badlands was a shallow ocean. Traces of the ocean can still be seen. 75 million years ago the Badlands was a shallow ocean. Traces of the ocean can still be seen. The Pierre Shale is rich with the fossils of prehistoric creatures. The Pierre Shale is rich with the fossils of prehistoric creatures.

9 New Orleans New Orleans is located in Southeastern Louisiana straddling the Mississippi River New Orleans is located in Southeastern Louisiana straddling the Mississippi River New Orleans is a major U.S port and the largest metropolitan area in the state of Louisiana. New Orleans is a major U.S port and the largest metropolitan area in the state of Louisiana. New Orleans has a population of 1,235,650 as of New Orleans has a population of 1,235,650 as of New Orleans is the city of jazz. New Orleans is the city of jazz.

10 Chicago Louis Jolliet a Canadian explorer and Jesuit Jacques Marquette were the first Europeans to discover the Chicago area in Louis Jolliet a Canadian explorer and Jesuit Jacques Marquette were the first Europeans to discover the Chicago area in The first permanent settlement was founded in 1781 by Jean Baptiste. The first permanent settlement was founded in 1781 by Jean Baptiste. The location of the mouth of the Chicago River was chosen for its strategic value for a trading post. The location of the mouth of the Chicago River was chosen for its strategic value for a trading post. In 1833 Chicago was officially incorporated as a town. In 1833 Chicago was officially incorporated as a town.

11 Great Smoky Mountains It is the most visited national park system. It is the most visited national park system. The park includes 500,000 acres. The park includes 500,000 acres. The park also includes 800 miles of hiking trails, 10 campgrounds, and 1,500 types of plants. The park also includes 800 miles of hiking trails, 10 campgrounds, and 1,500 types of plants. Some 1,500 bears live in the national park. Some 1,500 bears live in the national park. The idea for the park came from a wealthy family in Knoxville, Tennessee. The idea for the park came from a wealthy family in Knoxville, Tennessee.

12 Manassas Battlefield The battlefield is located in Manassas, in Prince Williams County. The battlefield is located in Manassas, in Prince Williams County. Virginia preserves the site of two major Civil War battles. Virginia preserves the site of two major Civil War battles. The battles of Bull Run were fought between August 28 th and August 30,1862. The battles of Bull Run were fought between August 28 th and August 30,1862.

13 The White House The White House is located in Washington D.C. in Maryland. The White House is located in Washington D.C. in Maryland. The White House is a world- wide symbol of the presidency in the U.S.A. The White House is a world- wide symbol of the presidency in the U.S.A. The White House was built between 1792and The White House was built between 1792and There are 132 rooms in the White House. There are 132 rooms in the White House. Every president in the U.S.A since John Adams. Every president in the U.S.A since John Adams.

14 Boston Harbor It is located in Massachusetts Bay home to the port of Boston a major shipping facility in the northeast. It is located in Massachusetts Bay home to the port of Boston a major shipping facility in the northeast. Boston Harbor is a natural harbor. Boston Harbor is a natural harbor. It was discovered in 1614 by John Smith. It was discovered in 1614 by John Smith. The harbor itself comprises 540 square miles with 180 miles of shoreline and 34 harbor islands. The harbor itself comprises 540 square miles with 180 miles of shoreline and 34 harbor islands.

15 Statue of Liberty The Statue of Liberty was designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi. The Statue of Liberty was designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi. The Statue of Liberty was built from 1884 to The Statue of Liberty was built from 1884 to The Statue of Libertys face was modeled after the sculptors mother, Charlotte. The Statue of Libertys face was modeled after the sculptors mother, Charlotte. Ellis Island is also part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument. Ellis Island is also part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument.

16 Salem Massachusetts The population of Salem Massachusetts was 40,407 at the 2000 census. The population of Salem Massachusetts was 40,407 at the 2000 census. Salems nickname is Witch City. Salems nickname is Witch City. Salem may be widely known as the site of the Salem witchcraft trials of Salem may be widely known as the site of the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692.

17 Thank You For Watching! Made by…..Olivia, Luis, Dalton, and Andrew W. Made by…..Olivia, Luis, Dalton, and Andrew W.


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