Exploring Puerto Rico with the Five Themes of Geography
Puerto Rico is an island in the West Indies that is a territory of the United States. This book will help readers find out how the culture of Puerto Rico has been affected by both Spanish and American influences. In the Human-environment interaction section, read about the natural resources that Puerto Ricans have available to them.
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