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The states mountains and rivers

The States, Mountains, and Rivers

Cover Page by Allie Reisman


Northeast states

Northeast States

This region includes Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.


Connecticut

Connecticut

State Capital: Hartford

Region: Southern New England

Two Important Places:

Gillete Castle State Park

Yale University

By Sydney Meyer


Massachusetts

Massachusetts

Cranberries

  • Capital: Boston

  • Region: Southern New England

    Two Most Important Things:

  • This state was one of the original 13 colonies.

  • Almost half the cranberries grown in the United States are grown here.

Michaela Myers


Rhode island

Rhode Island

Capital- Providence

Region- Southern New

England

Two places you

should visit in Rhode

Island:

Newport and Block

Island

By Krista Bauer


Maine

Maine

State capital is Augusta.

This state is in the Northern New England region.

Two great things to see here are Mount Katahdin and Acadia National Park.

By: Louis Moore


New hampshire

New Hampshire

  • The state capital is Concord.

  • The region it is located is Northern North England.

  • A place to visit is Dartmouth College.

  • Another place to visit is White Mountain National Park.

Map of Hew Hampshire

By Allie Reisman

observatory


Vermont

Vermont

By Trenton Brogan

Map of Vermont

  • The capital of Vermont is Montpellier. It is located in the region known as the Northern New England Region.

  • One place to go if you visit there is Mount Mansfield .

  • Another place to visit is the White Mountains.

The White Mountains

Fall in Vermont


New jersey

Indian Woman Cooking

New Jersey

Capital: Trenton

Region: Upper Atlantic

Two Most Important Things:

Its great beaches are its second largest industry.

Waterloo Village, a peek into the past is located in it.

Abigail Sallee

A Beach


New york

  • Two most important things about this state:

    • Niagara Falls

    • Statue of Liberty

New York

State Capital: Albany

Region: Northern New England

By Emma S.


Delaware

Delaware

  • Capital: Dover

  • Region: Mid-Atlantic

Region: Mid-Atlantic

By: Landyn Mann

Historical building in New Castle

which is a city in Delaware


Maryland

Maryland

By: Rileigh Dickson

  • Capital: Annapolis

  • Region: Mid- Atlantic

Two Important Facts:

Fort McHenry National Monument

U.S. Naval Academy

U.S. Naval Academy

Francis Scott Key watches Fort McHenry


Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Two Important Places:

Capital: Harrisburg

Region: Mid-Atlantic

Independence National Park and the Liberty Bell

Hershey’s World of Chocolate

By Sydney Meyer


Southeast states

Southeast States

  • The southeast region of the United States includes the states of: Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennesse, Arkansas, Louisiana, and West Virginia.


Virginia

Virginia

Capital: Richmond

Region: Atlantic

Trivia Fact

George Washington lived in Mt. Vernon

Dylan Cain


West virginia

West Virginia

State Capital: Charleston

Region: Atlantic

Trivia Fact

West Virginia’s state tree is the sugar maple, the state bird is the cardinal, and the state flower is the rhododendron.

Region: Atlantic

The cardinal, rhododendron, and sugar maple.

By: Emma T.


North carolina

North Carolina

Capital: Raleigh

Region: Lower Atlantic

Trivia Fact

Michael Jordan graduated from the University of North Carolina.

Dylan Cain


South carolina

A Garden

South Carolina

Capital: Columbia

Region: Lower Atlantic

Two Most Important Things:

Brook greens garden is located in it.

The Hallelujah Singers that sings gospel music and tells stories about slaves from the earliest time

Abigail Sallee


Kentucky

  • Two most important things:

    • Kentucky Derby

    • Mammoth Cave

Kentucky

Capital: Frankfort

Region: South East

By: Emma S.


Georgia

Georgia

  • Capital: Atlanta

  • Region: Southeast

Region: Southeast

By: Justin

Linkmeyer

Stone Mountain


Tennessee

Tennessee

Capital: Nashville

Region: Southwest

Two Important Places:

Great Smoky Mountain National Park

Shiloh National Military Park

By Sydney Meyer


Alabama

Alabama

  • Two most important things

    • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led a large march for blacks.

    • It was the first state to call 911

  • By: Kyra Hull

Capital: Montgomery

Region: The South


Mississippi

Mississippi

B

By Jonathon Ward

  • The capital of Mississippi is Jackson.

  • Mississippi is in the region of the south.

  • The two most important things about this state is the Vicksburg National Park, another is Jefferson Davis home.

Mississippi

Jefferson Davis


Florida

Florida


Louisiana

Louisiana

  • Two most important things

    • It is famous for its Mardi Gras

    • 1915 New Orleans's jazz was spread through Chicago.

  • By: Kyra Hull

Capital: Baton Rouge

Region: South Central


Arkansas

Hot Springs

Arkansas

Capital: Little Rock

Region: South Central

Two Most Important Things:

It has The Ozarks located in it with Whitaker Point.

It has Hot Springs National Park located in it.

Abigail Sallee


Midwest states

Midwest States

  • The Midwest states are made of Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan.


Illinois

Illinois

Capital: Springfield

Region: Midwest

Trivia Fact

Ray Kroc established the first Mc Donald’s in Des Plaines, Illinois

Dylan Cain


Indiana

Indiana

State Capital: Indianapolis

Region: Eastern Great Lakes

Region: Eastern Great Lakes

Trivia Fact

Abraham Lincoln spent 14 years of his youth life in Indiana.

By: Emma T.

Abraham Lincoln


Michigan

Michigan

  • Two Most Important Things

    • Mackinac Bridge

    • Great Lakes (Huron and Michigan)

State Capital: Lansing

Region: Eastern Great Lakes

By: Emma S.


Minnesota

Minnesota

  • Two most important things

    • You can wade across the Mississippi River

    • 1674 Daniel Greysolon Seiur Duluth claimed most of Minnesota for France.

  • By: Kyra Hull

Capital: St. Paul

Region: Western Great Lakes


Wisconsin

Map of Wisconsin

Wisconsin

By Emily Greiwe

  • The state capital of Wisconsin is Madison.

  • Wisconsin is in the Western Great Lakes.

  • A place you can visit in Wisconsin is Apostle Islands National Lake Shore.

  • Wisconsin is also known for their cheese.

Wisconsin is known for their cheese

Apostle Islands


The states mountains and rivers

Ohio

  • Capital: Columbus

  • Region: Eastern Great Lakes

Region: Eastern Great Lakes

By: Landyn Mann

Some buildings in Columbus which

is the capital and the largest city of Ohio.


Missouri

Missouri

By: Rileigh Dickson

  • State Capital: Jefferson City

  • Region: South Central

Two Important Things :

Gateway Arch

Ozark Mountains

Gateway Arch

Ozark Mountains


North dakota

North Dakota

State capital is Bismarck.

In the Great Plains regions.

One place to see is the Red River.

Another place to see is the Theodore Roosevelt.

By: Louis Moore


South dakota

South Dakota

Capital- Pierre

Region- Great Plains

Two places you

should visit in South

Dakota:

Mount Rushmore

and Custer State Park

By Krista Bauer


Nebraska

Nebraska

State capital is Lincoln, Nebraska.

Nebraska is in the Great Plains regions.

One man-made landmark to visit in Nebraska is Carhenge.

One natural feature in Nebraska to visit is Chimney Rock.

By Kyle Bumbala


The states mountains and rivers

Iowa

Capital: Des Moines

Region: Western Great Lakes

Trivia Fact

Iowa is the 29th American State

Dylan Cain


The southwest states

The Southwest States

The Southwest region are the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma.


Arizona

Arizona

  • The capital of Arizona is Phoenix.

  • Arizona is in the West region.

  • The two most important things about Arizona is the Grand Canyon and Tombstone.

By Kyle Bumbala


Nevada

Nevada

By Trenton Brogan

  • The capital of Nevada is Carson City.

  • Its location is in The West.

  • The Hoover Dam is in Nevada.

  • Also if your visiting I would go to lake Tahoe.

Hoover Dam

Nevada map

Lake Tahoe


The states mountains and rivers

Utah

  • The state capital is Salt Lake City.

  • Region: West

  • You would want to see:

  • The Great Salt Lake

  • Bryce Canyon National Park.

Bryce Canyon

Emily Eberhardt


Texas

Texas

  • The capital of Texas is Austin.

  • Texas is in the Southwest region.

  • The two most important things in Texas is the Alamo and Big Bend National Park.

Texas

Alamo

Big Bend National Park

By Chase Hogg


Oklahoma

Oklahoma

  • The capital of Oklahoma is Oklahoma City.

  • The two most important things about Oklahoma is Woodlark Ranch, museum and Wildlife Preserve, and the Chickasaw Recreation Area.

  • This states region is located in the South Central.

Oklahoma

By Chase Hogg

Oklahoma City


The west states

The West States

The western states are California, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, Colorado, Montana, Idaho, Alaska, and Hawaii.


California

The capital is Sacramento.

The region it is located in is The Pacific.

A place to visit is Yosemite National Park.

You would also like to go to Hollywood.

California

Map of California

By Allie Reisman

Yosemite National Park


Colorado

Rocky Mountains

Colorado

  • The state capitol is Denver.

  • Region: The Southwest

  • You would want to see:

  • Rocky Mountain National Park

  • Mesa Verde National Park

Mesa Verde National Park

Emily Eberhardt


New mexico

New Mexico

  • The capital of New Mexico is Santa Fe.

  • New Mexico is in the Southwest region.

  • The two most important things about New Mexico is El Camino Real and the Aztec Ruins National Monument.

By Kyle Bumbala


Montana

Montana

  • Capital: Helena

  • Region: The Great Plains Two Most Important Things:

  • You can take part in wagon trains.

  • Glacier National Park is located here.

Glacier National Park

Michaela Myers


Wyoming

Wyoming

  • The capital of Wyoming is Cheyenne.

  • The two most important things about Wyoming are the Yellowstone National Park, the other important thing is the Buffalo Bill Historical Center.

  • This states region is located in the Great Plains.

Wyoming


Washington

Washington

  • The state capitol is Olympia.

  • Region: The Northwest

  • You would want to see:

  • Olympia National Park

  • Mount Rainier National Park

Seattle

Emily Eberhardt


Oregon

Map of Oregon

Oregon

By Trenton Brogan

  • The capital of Oregon is Salem.

  • Its in the region know as the Northwest.

  • Two places to go there are Crater Lake National Park and Mount Hood.

Mount hood

Crater Lake


Idaho

Map of Idaho

By Emily Greiwe

Idaho

  • The capital of Idaho is Boise.

  • Idaho is located in the Northwest Region.

  • Craters of the Moon National Monument is in Idaho.

  • If you ever go to Idaho you can visit the Shoshone Falls.

Shoshone Falls

Craters of the Moon National Monument


Alaska

Alaska

  • Capital: Juneau

  • Region: Northwest

Region: Northwest

Mount McKinley

Totem Pole

By: Justin Linkmeyer


Hawaii

Hawaii

By: Rileigh Dickson

  • State Capital: Honolulu

  • Region: The Pacific

    Two Important Things:

    Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

    Haleakala National Park

Halekala National Park

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park


Rivers

Rivers

There are 6 main river drainages in the United States.


Ohio river

Ohio River

Location: Southern Indiana

Illinois, and Ohio and Northern Kentucky and West Virginia.

Dylan Cain


Snake river

Rises in Wyoming and near the Continental Divide in Yellowstone National Park.

It is the chief branch of the Columbia River.

125 miles long

Used by pioneers while traveling the Oregon Trail.

Snake River

Shoshone Falls

By Allie Reisman


Mississippi river

MississippiRiver

  • Called Old Man River

  • Rushes out of Lake Itasca in Northwestern Minnesota

Emily Eberhardt


Columbia river

Columbia River

Columbia River

  • Located in Washington, Oregon, and Canada.

  • Flows 1,996 km total

  • Second longest river in the Western Hemisphere.

  • Flows into the Pacific Ocean

Michaela Myers


Rio grande river

Rio Grande River

The Rio Grande is the 3rd largest river. It is about 1,885 miles long.

Rio Grande is Spanish for Great River.

By: Kyra Hull


Colorado river

ColoradoRiver

  • The Colorado River rises in the Rocky Mountains and flows into Utah and down into Arizona until it gets to the Gulf of California.

  • It flows through and has carved out the Grand Canyon.

Emily Eberhardt


Missouri river

MissouriRiver

  • It is the 2nd longest river in the United States.

  • It runs through Red Rock Creek in Rocky Mountains into the Southwestern Montana.

Emily Eberhardt


Mountain ranges

Mountain Ranges

  • There are three main mountain ranges in the United States.

  • They include the Rocky Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains, and the Sierra Nevada.


Rocky mountains

Rocky Mountains

The Rocky Mountains are run through many parts of the U.S. and Canada The states the Rocky Mountains are in include Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Washington, and Alaska. In Canada the Rockies go through Alberta and British Columbia. The Rocky Mountains are the biggest mountain range in North America.

By Krista Bauer


Appalachian mountains

Appalachian Mountains

The Appalachian Mountains are mainly in the United States. The Appalachian Mountains are in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Vermont, New Jersey, New York, New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts. This mountain range is the second biggest in North America.

By Krista Bauer


Sierra nevada mountains

Sierra Nevada Mountains

The Sierra Nevada is a huge mountain range in California. It is about 400 miles long. Its width is somewhere between 40 and 70 miles. This mountain range has many peaks that rise more than 14,000 feet high.

By Sydney Meyer


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