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US Geography, Geography - US
Mississippi River
Hudson River
Appalachian Mountain Range
Rocky Mountain Range
river flowing north to south, from Minnesota to the Gulf of M…
river flowing from Northeast New York south into the Atlantic…
eastern mountains from Maine to Alabama; used by British to b…
western mountains from Idaho to New Mexico
Mississippi River
river flowing north to south, from Minnesota to the Gulf of M…
Hudson River
river flowing from Northeast New York south into the Atlantic…
52 terms
US Geography
Northeast States
Southeast States
Midwest States
Southwest States
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rh…
Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennes…
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota
Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona
Northeast States
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rh…
Southeast States
Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennes…
US Geography, Geography - US
Mississippi River
Hudson River
Appalachian Mountain Range
Rocky Mountain Range
river flowing north to south, from Minnesota to the Gulf of M…
river flowing from Northeast New York south into the Atlantic…
eastern mountains from Maine to Alabama; used by British to b…
western mountains from Idaho to New Mexico
Mississippi River
river flowing north to south, from Minnesota to the Gulf of M…
Hudson River
river flowing from Northeast New York south into the Atlantic…
59 terms
US Geography, Geography - US
Mississippi River
Hudson River
Appalachian Mountain Range
Rocky Mountain Range
river flowing from Northeast New York south into the Atlantic…
eastern mountains from Maine to Alabama; used by British to b…
western mountains from Idaho to New Mexico
Mississippi River
Hudson River
river flowing from Northeast New York south into the Atlantic…
52 terms
Geography - US
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
Alabama
Alaska
US Geography
Mississippi River
Hudson River
Appalachian Mountain Range
Rocky Mountain Range
river flowing north to south, from Minnesota to the Gulf of M…
river flowing from Northeast New York south into the Atlantic…
eastern mountains from Maine to Alabama; used by British to b…
western mountains from Idaho to New Mexico
Mississippi River
river flowing north to south, from Minnesota to the Gulf of M…
Hudson River
river flowing from Northeast New York south into the Atlantic…
15 terms
US Geography
Geography
Capital
Country
City
Studying where different places are in the world
A city that has the main offices of government. The capital o…
An area of land that is controlled by it's own government
An area where many people live and work
Geography
Studying where different places are in the world
Capital
A city that has the main offices of government. The capital o…
66 terms
US Geography
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
Alabama
Alaska
25 terms
US Geography
What region's climate depends on the s…
What region's climate is mainly hot an…
What region's climate has hot summers…
What region's climate has hot summers…
West
Southwest
Midwest
Northeast
What region's climate depends on the s…
West
What region's climate is mainly hot an…
Southwest
18 terms
US Geography
atlantic
pacific
huron
ontario
ocean on the east
ocean on the west
lake to the right of Michigan
Lake to the left of New York
atlantic
ocean on the east
pacific
ocean on the west
28 terms
US Geography
Northeast States
Southeast States
Midwest States
Southwest States
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rh…
Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennes…
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota
Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona
Northeast States
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rh…
Southeast States
Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennes…
11 terms
US Geography
geography
climate
globe
latitude
The study of our physical world and how we react with it.
The pattern of weather measured over time in an area.
A model of earth
Imaginary line called a parallel that circles Earth from west…
geography
The study of our physical world and how we react with it.
climate
The pattern of weather measured over time in an area.
72 terms
US Geography
Capital of Alabama
Capital of Alaska
Capital of Arizona
Capital of Arkansas
Montgomery
Juneau
Phoenix
Little Rock
Capital of Alabama
Montgomery
Capital of Alaska
Juneau
19 terms
US Geography
contiguous
territory
Atlantic Coastal Plain
Appalachian Mountains
Sharing an edge or boundary; touching
Area of land controlled by a nation.
Low, flat area on the east coast that borders the Atlantic oc…
A mountain range that stretches from eastern Canada south to…
contiguous
Sharing an edge or boundary; touching
territory
Area of land controlled by a nation.
7 terms
US Geography
Mountains
Plateaus
Valley
Landform
An area of land that rises very high above the land around it…
A large, flat area of land that is higher than other areas of…
An area of low land between hills or mountains.
A natural feature (such as a mountain or valley) of the Earth…
Mountains
An area of land that rises very high above the land around it…
Plateaus
A large, flat area of land that is higher than other areas of…
47 terms
US Geography
Which states are in the western region…
What do you shade blue on physical and…
What do you shade brown on physical ma…
What is the longest river in the US?
Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico,…
Water.
Mountains.
Missouri.
Which states are in the western region…
Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico,…
What do you shade blue on physical and…
Water.
72 terms
US Geography
Capital of Alabama
Capital of Alaska
Capital of Arizona
Capital of Arkansas
Montgomery
Juneau
Phoenix
Little Rock
Capital of Alabama
Montgomery
Capital of Alaska
Juneau
52 terms
US Geography
Northeast States
Southeast States
Midwest States
Southwest States
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rh…
Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennes…
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota
Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona
Northeast States
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rh…
Southeast States
Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennes…
24 terms
Physical Geography US: Ness
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Appalachian Mountains
Rocky Mountains
The ocean that touches the East Coast of the United States, l…
The ocean that touches the west coast of the United States, l…
A mountain system in eastern North America.
The chief mountain range of western North America.
Atlantic Ocean
The ocean that touches the East Coast of the United States, l…
Pacific Ocean
The ocean that touches the west coast of the United States, l…
24 terms
US Geography
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Appalachian Mountains
Rocky Mountains
ocean that touches the East Coast of the United States, locat…
ocean the touches the west coast of the United States
a mountain system in eastern North America
the chief mountain range of western North America
Atlantic Ocean
ocean that touches the East Coast of the United States, locat…
Pacific Ocean
ocean the touches the west coast of the United States
17 terms
US Geography
Maryland
Florida
California
Washington
Maryland
Florida
21 terms
Geography - US & Canada Vocabulary
Colonies
Plantations
Bilingual
Megalopolis
Territories controlled by people from a foreign land.
Large farms that produce one major crop often export.
Able to speak two languages.
A group of cities in the northeastern United States that has…
Colonies
Territories controlled by people from a foreign land.
Plantations
Large farms that produce one major crop often export.
30 terms
World Geography US and Canada
Appalachian Mountains
Assimilation
Beringia
Canadian Shield
A mountain range in eastern North America which creates a bar…
The process of adjusting to the customs and attitudes of a gr…
A region around Russia, Alaska and Northern Canada, where the…
A large area of exposed rock that forms the core of North Ame…
Appalachian Mountains
A mountain range in eastern North America which creates a bar…
Assimilation
The process of adjusting to the customs and attitudes of a gr…
12 terms
US Geography
Why is the Midwest called America's br…
What is the capital of the Unites Stat…
What region of the United States has t…
In what region of the USA would you fi…
It Grows the Most grain
Washington DC
Northeast
Midwest
Why is the Midwest called America's br…
It Grows the Most grain
What is the capital of the Unites Stat…
Washington DC
72 terms
US Geography Test
Alabama... Montgomery
Alaska... Juneau
Arizona... Phoenix
Arkansas... Little Rock
Alabama... Montgomery
Alaska... Juneau
11 terms
US Geography
compass rose
landmark
coast
border
A symbol that shows directions on a map
important building, monument, object, or place in a country
the land next to the ocean
an imaginary line that divides two countries or states
compass rose
A symbol that shows directions on a map
landmark
important building, monument, object, or place in a country
10 terms
US Geography
100th anniversary of the National Park…
Yellowstone
The Grand Canyon
Thermal
What major event was celebrated throughout 2016 in the nation…
What was the US's first national park, established in 1872?
A famous story by Marguerite Henry features a donkey named Br…
Many of the most fascinating features at Yellowstone National…
100th anniversary of the National Park…
What major event was celebrated throughout 2016 in the nation…
Yellowstone
What was the US's first national park, established in 1872?
20 terms
US Geography Locations
Mississippi River
Great Lakes
Chesapeake Bay
Gulf of Mexico
Mississippi River
Great Lakes
24 terms
US Geography
Which hemisphere is the United States in
United States distance from coast to c…
New England Region States
Largest city in New England Region
Western Hemisphere
3,000 miles
Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, &…
Boston
Which hemisphere is the United States in
Western Hemisphere
United States distance from coast to c…
3,000 miles
14 terms
US Geography
climate
compass
isthmus
landform
aspects of weather, such as temperature, rainfall, and wind,…
a tool or instrument for finding directions by first locating…
a narrow strip of land connecting two larger land areas
a physical feature of Earth's surface such as a mountain or a…
climate
aspects of weather, such as temperature, rainfall, and wind,…
compass
a tool or instrument for finding directions by first locating…
48 terms
US geography
New Mexico
Virginia
West Virginia
Vermont
Santa Fe
Richmond
Charleston
Montpelier
New Mexico
Santa Fe
Virginia
Richmond
18 terms
Us geography
China and India
Longest non militarized border
Lake Michigan
"nor'easters"
More populated than the U.S
Canada and U.S
Completely within U.S
Terrible storms
China and India
More populated than the U.S
Longest non militarized border
Canada and U.S
US, Geography Quiz Review
Mississippi River
Hudson River
Appalachian Mountain Range
Rocky Mountain Range
river flowing north to south, from Minnesota to the Gulf of M…
river flowing from Northeast New York south into the Atlantic…
eastern mountains from Maine to Alabama; used by British to b…
western mountains from Idaho to New Mexico
Mississippi River
river flowing north to south, from Minnesota to the Gulf of M…
Hudson River
river flowing from Northeast New York south into the Atlantic…
US GEOGRAPHY
Original 13 colonies
Treaty of Paris
Mexican Cession
Gadsden Purchase
Y: 1783 (Great Britain)
Y: 1783 (Paris)
Y: 1848 (Mexico)
Y: 1853 (Mexico)
Original 13 colonies
Y: 1783 (Great Britain)
Treaty of Paris
Y: 1783 (Paris)
US Geography
Push and Pull factors
Free enterprise
Market economy
Representative democracy
The reasons that immigrants left their home country (push) an…
The government has very little involvement with business and…
Businesses have the choice of what they will sell, and people…
A democracy in which the people elect specific people to repr…
Push and Pull factors
The reasons that immigrants left their home country (push) an…
Free enterprise
The government has very little involvement with business and…
14 terms
US Geography
Cardinal Points
intermediate points
Australia
Asia
North, East, South and West
in between points on the compass rose, such as northeast, sou…
The smallest continent in the world
The largest continent in the world
Cardinal Points
North, East, South and West
intermediate points
in between points on the compass rose, such as northeast, sou…
US Geography
Northeast
Southeast
Southwest
West
Region of the US including New Hampshire.
Region of the US including Florida.
Region of the US including Texas.
Region of the US including California.
Northeast
Region of the US including New Hampshire.
Southeast
Region of the US including Florida.
103 terms
US geography
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
Alabama
Alaska
23 terms
US Geography
Arkansas River
Colorado River
Columbia River
Mississippi River
Arkansas River
Colorado River
5 terms
US Geography
Great Lakes
Water that borders the USA
Our neighbors
Mountains
Lake Superior... Lake Huron... Lake Michigan... Lake Erie... Lake Ontario
Pacific Ocean in the West... Atlantic Ocean in the East... Gulf of…
To the North is Canada... To the south is Mexico
To the East is the Appalachian Mountains... To the West is the R…
Great Lakes
Lake Superior... Lake Huron... Lake Michigan... Lake Erie... Lake Ontario
Water that borders the USA
Pacific Ocean in the West... Atlantic Ocean in the East... Gulf of…
24 terms
US Geography
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Appalachian Mountains
Rocky Mountains
ocean that touches the East Coast of the United States, locat…
ocean the touches the west coast of the United States
a mountain system in eastern North America
the chief mountain range of western North America
Atlantic Ocean
ocean that touches the East Coast of the United States, locat…
Pacific Ocean
ocean the touches the west coast of the United States
28 terms
US Geography
Valley
gulf
peninsula
plateau
an area of low land between hills or mountains
partially enclosed body of water
A piece of land that is surrounded by water on three sides.
an area of high, flat land
Valley
an area of low land between hills or mountains
gulf
partially enclosed body of water
25 terms
US Geography
Region
County
Country
State
An area with similar characteristics that may or may not shar…
Administrative district within a state.
Territory occupied by a nation.
A territory with a local government controlled by a larger co…
Region
An area with similar characteristics that may or may not shar…
County
Administrative district within a state.
39 terms
US Geography
Atlantic Coastal Plain
Appalachian Mountains
Great Plains
Rocky Mountains
Atlantic Coastal Plain
Appalachian Mountains
US geography
Boston
New York City
Trenton
Philadelphia
Massachusetts
New York
New Jersey
Pensylvannia
Boston
Massachusetts
New York City
New York
40 terms
us geography politics and culture
THE THREE PARTS OF THE GOVERNMENT:... • t…
THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR PRESIDENCY:... • h…
THE FUNCTIONS OF THE PRESIDENT:... • the…
THE CONGRESS:... • Law is made, commerce…
THE THREE PARTS OF THE GOVERNMENT:... • t…
THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR PRESIDENCY:... • h…
US Geography
Canada
Mexico
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
North of US
South of US
Ocean East of US
Ocean West of US
Canada
North of US
Mexico
South of US
US Geography
Coastal Plains
Appalachian Mountains
Great Plains
Interior Plains
A flat, low-lying land.
A system of mountains formed about 480 million years ago. Als…
Flat land, prairie, steppe, and grasslands.
A vast physiographic region. Fairly flat, with low hills.
Coastal Plains
A flat, low-lying land.
Appalachian Mountains
A system of mountains formed about 480 million years ago. Als…
8 terms
Geography of the US
Aquifer
Mesa
A road
Condensation
An underground layer of rock or soil that holds water.
flat-topped rocky hill with steep sides
is NOT an example of a natural boundary between states?
Which stage of the water cycle does water vapor cool and form…
Aquifer
An underground layer of rock or soil that holds water.
Mesa
flat-topped rocky hill with steep sides
7 terms
Geography of US
Landform
Climate
Latitude and Equator
Longitude and Prime Meridian
A physical feature of land
The weather of a certain area recorded over a long period of…
The lines of latitude run east and west around the globe. The…
Longitude is an imaginary line that runs north and south arou…
Landform
A physical feature of land
Climate
The weather of a certain area recorded over a long period of…
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