the main mountain range in the East
the largest group of freshwater lakes in the world
North America's longest river
a stream or river that flows into a larger stream or river
an enormous mountain range in the West
an area of high ground that divides the flow of rivers towards opposite ends of a continent
a territory inhabited and controlled by people from a foreign land
a major seaport in the British colonies during the mid 1700's (in Massachusetts)
a major seaport in the British colonies during the mid 1700's
a large farm that grows mainly one crop
the first settlers in the West
having the ability to speak two languages
a string of large cities that have grown together
the United States capitol
located in Michigan, and the nation's leading automobile producer
Washington's largest city and home of a major software company
violent attacks that cause fear
the third largest city in the U.S. and one of the busiest shipping ports in the Great Lakes
government in which one person possesses unlimited power
to establish a colony
an official enumeration of the population with details as to age, occupation, etc.
official supervision of rivers, forests, and other natural resources in order to preserve and protect them through prudent management
of the same time; existing or occuring at or dating from the same period of time as something or somebody else
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