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US Major Waterways

Rio Grande River Southern US (Above Mexico
Mississippi and Missouri Rivers used to transport farm and industrial products
Gulf of Mexico provided the French and Spanish with exploration routes to Mexico and other parts of America
Ohio the gateway to the west
Atlantic, Pacific, and Gulf Coasts provided access to other parts of the world
Atlantic Ocean served as the highway for explorers, early settlers, and latter Immigrants
Great Lakes inland ports cities grew in the midwest
Columbia River explored by the Spanish
Pacific Ocean an early exploration destination
St. Lawrence River forms part of the northeastern border with Canada and connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean
Created by: AinsleyFlash