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GA Geography

Social Studies

descriptionregion
Greatest precipitation in GA Blue Ridge
Starting point of Savanna and Chattahooche rivers Blue Ridge
Brasstown Bald (highest point in GA) Blue Ridge
Apple capitals (Ellijay and Gilmore county) Blue Ridge
Named for blue tips of mountains Blue Ridge
limestone and granite Blue Ridge
Fort Mountain State Park Valley and Ridge
Cherokee homes Valley and Ridge
Carpet capital of the world (Dalton) Valley and Ridge
New Echota (first capital of Cherokee Nation) Valley and Ridge
James Vann- First principal chief of modern Cherokees (his home was the principal land) Valley and Ridge
Stonewall built by native americans Valley and Ridge
Appalachian Mountains that go from GA to Canada Appalachian Plateau
lookout mountain "Lovers Leap" Appalachian Plateau
Sand mountain and lookout mountain are transition point between Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia *TAG* Appalachian Plateau
Cloudland canyon- deep gorge with waterfalls Appalachian Plateau
tufting (method that makes carpets) valley and ridge
Worlds busiest airport (Hartsfield Jackson) Piedmont
Ga heartland Piedmont
"foot of the mountain" Piedmont
Delta headquarters Piedmont
MLK birthplace Piedmont
I85, I75, and I20 connect in downtown ATL Piedmont
Olympics held here in 1996; improved ecomony Piedmont
Stone Mountain *carvings of confederates* Piedmont
Home of UGA, Emory, and GA tech *major universities* Piedmont
GA red clay Piedmont
Hi- Tech jobs = high population Piedmont
CDC headquarters Piedmont
half of population in this region Piedmont
fall line between piedmont and this region coastal plain
inner and outer sections of this region coastal plain
warm springs (constant 88 degrees) coastal plain
little white house coastal plain
cotton fields (most widely grown crop in GA) coastal plain
Vidalia onions (state veggie, very sweet, famous worldwide, GA is only producer) coastal plain
Savanna, GA (first city and state capital bc of james oglethorpe) coastal plain
peanuts, pecans, and corn coastal plain
okefenokee swamp coastal plain
Created by: jennah211
 

 



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