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To Next Slide Unit 2 Chapter 5 Lesson 4 Linking Waterways
To Next Slide River that is deep and wide enough for ships to use. Navigable river
To Next Slide A rocky place in a river where a sudden drop in elevation causes fast- moving dangerous water. rapid
To Next Slide Canal A waterway dug across land.
To Next Slide A part of a canal in which the level of the water can be raised or lowered. lock
To Next Slide What are town meetings? Meetings where peope make decisions about their communities
To Next Slide How is farmland on the Coastal Plain different than farmland in New England? Coastal Plain is mostly rich soil, in New England is mostly rocky and poor.
To Next Slide Why were many factories built in the Appalachians? They are rich in the resources factories need.
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Lesson 2 Transportation and Growth After the U.S. got its independence, the MAS grew and changed quickly Only two ways to move people…by boats or roads!
Vocabulary. peak The top of a mountain canal a ditch dug across land that often connects two waterways.
Canada’s Physical Regions.
To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 11 Lesson 1 Water Changes Deserts 20 Questions!
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 1 A Land of Different Lands 20 Questions!
Northeast Region: Test Review. How to use this review: There will be 2 sections: vocabulary and free response/short answer For the vocabulary section.
PA Early Industrial Growth and Development Chapter 4 Lesson 13 – Mountains of Pennsylvania Hinder Industrial Growth Lesson 14 – Canal Fever Lesson 15 –
Vocabulary Preview. Physical Features A physical feature is a type of land or waterway.
Chapter 8 Lesson 1 Test – Monday, January 10, 2011.
Alabama’s Natural Environment
Land and Water in Your Area. The surface features of a place. geography.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Rivers Change the Land 20 Questions!
“Coastal Plains to the Mountains”
Chapter 5 Lesson 1 A. Geography of the Colonies 1. The 13 Colonies
The Next Step in Colonies
To Next Slide Social Studies Chapter 6 Life in the British Colonies 20 Questions! T. Sams Piedmont Elementary.
To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 10 Lesson 3 A Changing Region 20 Questions!
Geography of the United States
Alabama’s Natural Environment Chapter 2. Lesson 1 – Alabama’s Regions Our state has many different kinds of landforms. The green areas on the map are.
Social Studies Chapter 5 Lesson 1 MAINE Mountains found in almost every state of the Northeast Appalachian Mountains.
Interactions of People and Environment Objective: The student will compare and contrast life in the New England, Mid-Atlantic, and Southern colonies,
The Northeast Region Government History Landmarks.
To Next Slide Unit 6 Chapter 13 Lesson 1 Along the Pacific Coast 20 Questions!
Colonial Regions New England Mid-Atlantic Southern.
Ch. 19: The Worlds of North and South. Introduction Northerners and southerners shared –The same language –The same types of churches –A fierce pride.
Unit 2 Lesson 5. Crops The first settlers leaving St. Louis headed west across the Great Plains. They began to farm the land and raise chickens, hogs,
Video and Notes. The Erie Canal is a man-made waterway that travels across the state of New York. The Erie Canal connects the Hudson River in the East.
Geography Terms World History.
From our countries earliest days, rivers were used to transport goods. – Example: Chesapeake Bay was used for shipping tobacco Rivers greatly aided the.
Canada: Physical Geography
Unit 5-A New Country Lesson 31: Moving West.
The Continent of Europe 1.Europe is a peninsula - an area of land with water on 3 sides 2. Almost all of Europe is within 300 miles of coastline 3. What.
Vocabulary Quiz Cloze Review. When goods are produced in large numbers using an assembly line it is called _____________________________. To __________________________.
Chapter 4 Notes. Difficulties of living in Mesopotamia Food Shortages in the Foothills Uncontrolled Water Supply in the River Valley Difficulties in Building/Maintaining.
Questions for chapter 1-1, page 16 Which country is located on both the continents of Europe and Asia? How does the land size of Europe differ from the.
Chapter 6 Lessons 1 & 2 Test Thursday, December 10 th.
Britain Leads the Way Chapter 5 Section 2. Key Terms 1.capital 2.enterprise 3.entrepreneur 4.putting-out system 5.Eli Whitney 6.turnpike 7.Liverpool 8.Manchester.
Ancient Mesopotamia- Geography of the Fertile Crescent
MaineAugustaME ConnecticutHartfordCT MassachusettsBostonMA Rhode IslandProvidenceRI VermontMontpelierVT New HampshireConcordNH.
North America: From Coast to Coast: Chapter 3 Section 1.
North America 6 th Grade Western Hemisphere Mr. Hackney.
Census: official count of the population First census of U.S. (1791): 4 million people Second census (1820): 10 million people Major movement west of.
Unit 2 Review. Louisiana Purchase ► In 1803, the United States nearly doubled in size when the government purchased the vast plains region between the.
EUROPE CHAPTER 1 VOCABULARY REVIEW CLICK ONCE TO SEE THE DEFINITION, CLICK AGAIN TO SEE THE VOCABULARY TERM.
Louisiana Geography Chapter 2, Lesson 1.
Unit 3 – The Impact of the Industrial Revolution on New York State This glossary includes vocabulary words, definitions, and pictures. These slides can.
To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 12 Lesson 2 People and Mountains 20 Questions!
People and the Environment
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