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The Geography of the United States
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Charleston, SC: The South’s First Port

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New Orleans, LA: The Big Easy

New Orleans, LA: The Big Easy

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Topography of the Midwest

Topography of the Midwest

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Chicago Skyline: The “Second” City

Chicago Skyline: The “Second” City

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The Great Plains

The Great Plains

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Topography of the West

Topography of the West

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Los Angeles: The City of Angels?

Los Angeles: The City of Angels?

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Hollywood: City of Lost Dreams

Hollywood: City of Lost Dreams

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Bodies of Water

Bodies of Water

Chesapeake Bay

Great Salt Lake

Lake Okeechobee

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Rivers

Rivers

Hudson R.

Potomac R.

Mississippi R.

Ohio R.

Missouri R.

Arkansas R.

Colorado R.

Columbia R.

Yukon R.

Rio Grande R.

St. Lawrence R.

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The Mississippi: America’s Great River Road

The Mississippi: America’s Great River Road

The “Big Muddy”.

2,350 miles.

Draining all or part of 31 states & 2 Canadian provinces.

Covers 40% of the U. S.

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Mississippi Riverboat

Mississippi Riverboat

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Great Mississippi Flood, 1993

Great Mississippi Flood, 1993

St. Louis, MO before the flood

St. Louis, MO during the flood

St. Louis, MO after the flood

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Great Salt Lake

Great Salt Lake

2000 square miles.

10’ – 28’ deep.

6 times saltier than the oceans.

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Lake Okeechobee, FL

Lake Okeechobee, FL

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The Gulf of Mexico

The Gulf of Mexico

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