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Cultural Landscape of the United States and Canada


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U. S. Capitol building in Washington, DC


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Capital building in Richmond


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Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA


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Independence Hall in Philadelphia, PA

Site of the signing of the Declaration of Independence


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St. Louis Arch in St. Louis, MO. Gateway to westward expansion


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Wheat fields in north central USA and south central Canada


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Skyscrapers in larger U. S. cities


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Shopping Malls are found in every large city in the U. S. A


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Great Plains

Atlantic Coastal Plain

Gulf Coastal Plain


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Los Angeles


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Houston, TX


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Los Angeles, CA


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New York City


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Chicago, IL


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Capital of the United States

Washington. DC


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Vancouver, BC


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Ottawa

Capital of Canada


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Montreal


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Toronto


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Site and Situation


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Richmond, VA developed where the James River met the fall line. Ships could no longer go upstream so the city of Richmond was established.

Richmond, VA


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Omaha, Nebraska and Sacramento, CA developed because they were on the Transcontinental Railroad.

Sacramento, CA

Omaha, NE


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Pittsburgh, PA developed where three rivers converge.

Pittsburgh,PA


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Quebec City

Quebec City developed where the St. Lawrence River narrowed.


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Quebec, City

Montreal

Vancouver, BC

Ottawa

Toronto

Chicago, IL

Sacramento, CA

N.Y. City

Pittsburgh,PA

Omaha, NE

Richmond, VA

Wash. DC

Los Angeles, CA

Houston, TX


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