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Geography Test 4

What is the only part of of the United States Columbus ever visited? Puerto Rico
What body of water separates North America from Asia? Bering Sea
Why were the first French settlers most interested in the New World? Fur Trade
What 's the world's largest canyon? The Grand Canyon
Which Canadian province is known for its French culture and heritage? Quebec
Who was a famous Canadian missionary to China? Jonathan Goforth
What is the world's largest Gulf? Gulf of Mexico
What mountain range is called the "backbone of North America"? The Rockies
Who are the Amerindian group of northern Canada who traditionally lived in igloos and depended on hunting for food, clothing, and fuel? Inuit
What explorer conquered the Aztecs and claimed Mexico for Spain? Hernando Cortes
What countries are located on the mountainous island of Hispaniola? Haiti and Dominican Republic
What saucer-shaped basin surrounds Hudson Bay? Canadian Shield
Which Canadian province is the smallest? Prince Edward Island
Which Canadian province is the only one that borders the Pacific Ocean? British Columbia
What river forms part of the U.S.-Mexican Border? Rio Grande
What is North America's largest River? Mississippi River
What are the five Great Lakes? Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario
How do ships on the St. Lawrence Seaway bypass the Niagara Falls? By using the Welland Ship Canal
Who has a naval base at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba? United States
Where did Fidel Castro established the Western Hemisphere's first communist dictatorship? Cuba
The Great Lakes and what form the world's longest inland seaway? St. Lawrence River
What's the capital of Jamaica? Kingston
What is North America's largest inland body of salt water? Great Salt Lake
What is the world's largest freshwater lake in area? Lake Superior
What is North America's largest desert in area? Great Basin
What is the highest point in North America? Mt. McKinley
What is the largest body of water entirely in Canada? Great Bear Lake
What is Canada's highest point? Mt. Logan
What is the world's largest prairie? Great Plains
What is Canada's longest river? Mackenzie River
Created by: Muddee
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