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Chapter 4 Study

Chapter 4

Which river divides the U.S. into two main regions? Mississippi
Which mountain range stretches from Alabama to Canada? The Appalachian Mountains
TRUE OR FALSE? At times, groups of Native Americans fought over land and resources True
TRUE OR FALSE? Trade between the US and other countries began in port cities. True
Which member of the US government can set aside land for use as a national park? Congress
REVENUE The income generated by a business
RUST BELT A nickname for closed factories across the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic and New England
LOCKS Gated passageways used to raise or lower boats in a waterway
CIVIL RIGHTS Basic rights that belonged to all citizens, such as the right to be treated equally under the law
ATLANTIC COASTAL PLAIN A coastal plain that stretches from the northeastern U.S to Mexico
What river do the Great Lakes flow into? The Louis River
What type of fuel is coal? Fossil Fuel
TRUE OR FALSE: Native Americans are indigenous to North America. True
What was New York’s original name? New Amsterdam
Which federal agency provides aid to people affected by disasters? The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Where did the first English colonists settle when they first came to America? How did the populations and settlements change between 1600s to the mid 17002? They settled along the Atlantic coast of North America and grew quickly.
What is the Great Migration and how did it affect the population in the North? Approximately six million black people migrated from the American South to Northern, Midwestern, and Western states roughly from the 1910s until the 1970s.
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