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Five Themes

Five Themes of Geography Review

TermDefinition
Region The Southern U.S. is sometimes called the Bible Belt, because it has a high percentage of people who are Christian.
Movement Pioneers traveled West on the Oregon trail in the 1840s.
Movement People in Montana can access CNN and get news about Israel.
Human-Environment Interaction Many people plant trees on Arbor Day.
Location Paris, France is located at 48* N, 2* E
Place Much of Hawaii has a tropical climate.
Region The United States is part of the Western Hemisphere
Location Chicago is located at 41* N, 87* W
Place The White Mountains run through Northern New Hampshire.
Movement Many people from China moved to the U.S. during the Gold Rush.
Human-Environment Interaction The Erie Canal was built in the 1820s. It starts in the Great Lakes and travels to the Atlantic Ocean.
Human-Environment Interaction People who live in Alaska wear thick layers of clothing.
Place/Region French is the official language in Montreal, Quebec.
Place Los Angeles has about 12.8 million residents.
Movement Citrus fruits are shipped to the Northeast year round.
Location Massachusetts is North of Connecticut
Location Florida is south of South Carolina and north of Cuba.
Place The Mississippi River starts in Minnesota.
Region/Movement Many Acadians, French settlers from Canada, helped establish Louisiana.
Human-Environment Interaction/Place The Golden Gate Bridge spans the Golden Gate strait in San Francisco.
Created by: j.otto