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Geography Chapter 6

PAMS Grade 6 Geography - Chapter 6 Vocabulary

include mountain ranges and river valleys from Maine to Alabama Appalachians
divides North America's rivers into East and West flowing Continental Divide
highest mountain in North America Mount McKinley
warm all year Tropical savanna
hot summers, drought, blizzards, violent weather Steppe
very cold, most of Alaska Tundra
territory controlled by people from a foreign land Colony
basis of the limited democratic government of the United States Constitution
speaking more than one language bilingual
first industrial area of the United States New England
states that border each other contiguous
the American Indian name for Mt. McKinley Denali
an area surrounded by higher ground basin
a series of mountain ranges separated by high plains and valleys Rocky Mountains
islands off the coast of Alaska Aleutian Islands
violent weather, such as hail and tornadoes Humid Subtropical
to add to Annex
tallest trees in the world, in California Redwood
cloth products textiles
snowy winters and warm, humid summers Humid Continental
a large farm that grows mainly one crop to sell plantation
mineral found in the west and the Appalachians coal
farmers produce a variety of crops instead of one main crop diversify
a farming area above the wheat belt Corn Belt
a huge, densely populated urban area megalopolis
a farming area that produces mass ammounts of dairy Dairy Belt
farming region from Texas to Canada Wheat Belt
strip away soil and rock to find coal and other resources strip mining
a smaller river that flows into a larger river tributary
learned system of shared beliefs and behaviors culture
Jewish place of worship synagogue
the value of imports is more than the value of exports trade deficit
the same temperature all year long tropical
Islamic place of worship mosque
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