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Appalachian Mountains Main mountain range in the East.
Great Lakes Make up the largest group of freshwater lakes in the world.
Mississippi River America's largest and most important river.
Tributary A small stream or river that flows into a larger stream or river.
Rocky Mountains Main mountain range in the West.
Continental Divide An area of high ground that divides the flow of rivers towards opposite ends of a continent.
Colony A territory inhabited and controlled by people from a foreign land.
Boston/New York New cities in the British colonies along the Atlantic coast.
Plantations A large farm that grows mainly one crop.
Pioneers First settlers who travel west.
Bilingual People who speak two languages.
Megalopolis A string of large cities that have grown together.
Washington D. C. Capital of the United States.
Detroit Leading automobile producer.
Chicago One of the busiest shipping ports.
Seattle Washington's largest city--home to many important industries.
Terrorism The threat or use of violence to cause fear for political or social reasons.
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