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World Geography: Chapter 5 Vocabulary
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One of two major mountain chains in the eastern United States and Canada, extending 1600 miles from New Foundland south to Alabama.
A vast grassland of central north america that is largely treeless and ascends to 4000 feet above sea level.
A northern part of the interior lowlands that is rocky, flat region covering nearly two million square miles and encircling Hudson Bay.
A major mountain system of the united states and Canada, extending 3000 miles from Alaska south to new mexico.
The line of the highest points in north america that marks the separation between rivers flowing eastward and westward.
A group of five freshwater lakes of central north america between the united states and Canada; the lakes are Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior.
Canada's longest river, which is a part of a river system that flows across the northwest territories to the arctic ocean.
Permanently frozen ground.
Wind that blows from west to east.
A large subtropical swampland in Florida of about 4000 square miles.
A person with no permanent home who moves according to the seasons from place to place in search of food, water, and grazing land.
A land bridge thought to have connected what are now Siberia and Alaska.
St. Lawrence Seaway
North America's most important deep-water ship route, connecting the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean by way of the St. Lawrence River.
A section of a waterway with closed gates where water levels are raised or lowered, through which ships pass.
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