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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Famous Landmarks Major Rivers Major Mountains Great Lakes States
France’s Giant Statue
What was the Eiffel Tower?
What is the World Trade Center?
This was built to Protect the Chinese
What is the Great Wall of China?
Found in the New York Harbor
What is the Statue of Liberty?
Texas battles the Mexican Army
What is the Alamo?
This River flows through Missouri
What is the Missouri River?
This River flows through Ohio
What is the Ohio river?
This River flows through Mississippi
What is the Mississippi river?
This river flows south through Texas into the Gulf of Mexico
What is the Rio Grande?
This river flows across Nebraska
What is the Platte river?
This mountain range stretches from Arizona all the way up into Canada
What are the Rocky Mountains?
This mountain range stretches from Mississippi all the way up into Maine
What are the Appalachian Mountains?
This mountain range is the highest point in North America
What is Mount McKinley?
The highest mountain found in Nepal China
What is Mount Everest?
This large mountain lies along the western side of South America
What are the Andes Mountains?
This lake is the largest of all five Great Lakes
What is Lake Superior?
This great lake is only located in the United States
What is Lake Michigan?
This is the second largest of the five great lakes
What is Lake Huron?
This lake received its name from a tribe of Native Americans
What is Lake Erie?
The North part of this lake is found in Canada and the South is found in New York
What is Lake Ontario?
This is the largest state in the United States
What is Alaska?
This state has the Alamo
What is Texas?
This state has the Liberty Bell
What is Pennsylvania?
This state has the statue of Liberty
What is New York?
Lincoln is the capital of this state
What is Nebraska?
This is a picture of my Salt Map
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