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What is the major physical feature in the northeast?
The Appalachian Mountains
Where is the Birthplace of the Constitution?
What type of climate does the northeast have?
Agriculture in the northeast includes fruits, vegetables, ______ _______, and chickens.
Where was the start of the Industrial Revolution in the US? (city AND state)
Where is the country music capital?
Which of the following Hispanic influences do NOT come into Florida? Cuban, Puerto Rican, Mexican
What sort of climate is Western Texas and Oklahoma?
Why are more companies moving south? (2 answers here)
Lower standard of living Less crowded
What is the natural resource? And in what state is it king of?
Who allegedly started the Great Chicago Fire?
Mrs. OLearys cow
Where is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (city AND state)?
What is the major manufacturing center along the Great Lakes called?
Who bought the Louisiana Purchase? From whom did s/he buy it from?
What period of time did the Dust Bowl occur in?
The Great Depression (1930s) 500
Who was forced from the east by the US government to the barren lands of the southwest?
Name a national park in the rocky mountain states.
Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Glacier, Grand Canyon
What are the three natural resources?
Gold, copper, and silver 300
Who settled in Utah seeking Religious freedom?
The Mormons 400
What sort of climate is in the southwest?
Where is the Iditarod Dog Sled Race held every year (state)?
What year was the Gold Rush in San Francisco?
Name two national parks
Yosemite, Denali, and Olympic
What is the highest peak in the United States (located in the pacific states)?
What are two of the five natural resources?
Timber Water (fish) Oil Silver Gold
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What city is this? San Francisco Name the state with the star.
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United States Geography: 4 Regions I. Introductory Facts about the U.S. Land A.The U.S. is the 4th largest country in land size. B.The U.S. is the 3rd.
the Pacific Ocean the Atlantic Ocean the Gulf of Mexico Alaska Hawaii Canada Mexico the Appalachian Mountains the Rocky Mountains the Cordillera the Sierra.
Chapter 4 Section 2 An Economic Leader. American Economics – The United States is what type of economic system? _______________________ – Market – Being.
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Chapter 6 Review United States. The majority of enslaved Africans worked on __________________________________.
Texas Regions. Coastal Plains 1. Land is flat to gently rolling –a. 0 to 500 feet above sea level 2. Rich soil and mild, wet climate: –a. Farming, ranching,
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