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What kind of community is Pocantico Hills, NY? Suburban.
What did Henry Hudson find? The Hudson River.
What are the 2 parts of the legislative branch? House of Representatives and the Senate.
What moved people and goods rapidly on the Erie Canal? Steamboats.
What type of community is farm land? Rural
What did Jacques Cartier explore? St. Lawrence Seaway.
What are the first 10 Amendments called? Bill of Rights.
What linked the northeastern and southeastern cities? Railroads.
What are the three types of communities? Suburban, Rural, Urban.
What did Samuel de Champlain discover? Lake Champlain.
Why does the government make us pay taxes? For schools, police and fire protection.
In what order, from earliest to latest, did transportation in New York State develop? Steamboat, train, automobile.
Name an example of an urban community? New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles
Who did Christopher Columbus sail for? Spain.
What bill did Abe Lincoln sign? The Emancipation Proclamation.
What made pulling seeds from cotton faster? The cotton gin.
How many boroughs are in New York City and what are their names? There are 5 and their names are Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island.
What did Giovanni da Verrazzano explore? The east coast of America.
What is the symbol of the Republican party? An elephant.
What was the machine made and used during the industrial revolution? Power looms.
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