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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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United States Of America Physical Geography:
~ The U.S.A is the third largest country in the world, compared to Russia and Canada.
~The U.S.A has the Great Lakes and the largest groups of freshwater lakes in the world.
~ U.S.A have important trade between their neighbor, Canada.
~U.S.A has one important river and it is the Mississippi River.
~The U.S.A have two main mountains area and they are the Appalachian Mountains (on the East side of the States) and the Rocky Mountains (on the West side of the States).
~The Rocky Mountains are above14,000 ft.
~The Rocky Mountains is a line of high peeks called Continental Divide. Group:
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Tynice Robinson American Culture History and Culture:
~Native Americans were first on the United States.
~After Columbus came in 1492. Other Europeans set up Colonies, in the 1500's. A
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~The trees in the forest provide lumber that is used in constructing buildings.
~The United States lies in danger because of getting hit by an average of six hurricanes a year.
~Some hurricanes look like large doughnuts with a hole, or eye in the middle of the storm.
~Tornadoes ally is a region of the great plains that experiences a high number of tornadoes or twisters.
~In 1850 the population of the United States exceeded 23 million and the country stretched all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Continue:
~The trees in the forest provide lumber that is used in constructing buildings.
~The United States lies in danger because of getting hit by an average of six hurricanes a year.
~Some hurricanes look like large doughnuts with a hole, or eye in the middle of the storm.
~Tornadoes ally is a region of the great plains that experiences a high number of tornadoes or twisters.
~In 1850 the population of the United States exceeded 23 million and the country stretched all the way to the Pacific Ocean. ~Boston, New York became major seaports.
~Some living in those British colonies lived on plantations.
~Plantation examples: tobacco, rice, or cotton.
~Declaration of Independence, "all men are created equal" and "have the right to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness".
~That still didn't change anything, no one was treated equal.
~In 1781, the force under George Washington defeated the British Army at the battle of Yorktown in Virginia.
~The first that traveled were called Pioneers.~Late 1800's and early 1900's a lot of immigrants came to the U.S. for better jobs. America today:
~Midwest is one of the most productive farming regions in the world.
~Millions of Americans vacation in the south.
~Many cities in the south trade goods and services with Mexico, countries in central and South America. * * * * * * Questions? *The West is the longest region in the United States.
*The West also has rich deposits of coal, oil, gold, silver, cooper, and other minerals.
*The U.S.A. has many valuable natural resources.
*Today world leaders are working with the united States to combat terrorism.
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