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Social Studies


Along the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico Coastal Plain
Oldest mountains in North America Appalachian Mountains
hundreds of lakes carved by glaciers Canadian Sheild
rolling flatlands,rivers,broad rivers valleys, and grassy hills Interior Lowlands
dry grasslands that gradually increase in elevation westward Great Plains
tallest mountains in North America Rocky Mountains
areas of vary elevations containing isolated mountain ranges Basin and Range
rugged mountans along the Pacific Coast that stretch from California to Canada Coastal Range
gateway to the west Ohio River
transportation arteries for farm and industrial products. They were links to ports and other parts of the world Mississippi and Missouri Rivers
explored by Lewis and Clark Columbia River
explored by the Spanish Colorado River
forms the border with Mexico Rio Grande
forms border with Canada and connects the Grate Lakes to the Atlantic St. Lawrence
highway for explorers, early settlers, and later immigrants Atlantic Ocean
inland port cities developed in the Midwest along them Great Lakes
provided French and Spanish explorers with routes to Mexico and outher parts of America Gulf of Mexico
land surrounded on 3 sides by water peninsula
a large flat area of land that is higher than the surrounding land plateau
a stream or river that flows into a larger river tributary
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