The New York Public Library Amazing U.S. Geography: A Book of Answers for Kids
John Wiley & Sons, Jul 17, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 176 pages
The New York Public Library
AMAZING U.S. Geography
Follow a chinook over the Rocky Mountains. Trace the course of the Mississippi River from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. Discover where gold is mined and fish are farmed in the United States. Explore our fascinating nation from Alabama to Wyoming, and find answers to all your questions about U.S. geography...
Where is the highest waterfall in the United States? See page 33.
What is a sand sea? See page 40.
Why does California have so many earthquakes? See page 41.
Why are people from new England called Yankees? See page 69.
How many U.S. presidents were born in Ohio? See page 89.
Where did the Santa Fe Trail begin? See page 96.
How large is mammoth Cave in Kentucky? See page 108.
How hot are the Hot Springs in Arkansas? See page 116.
Also in The New York Public Library Answer Books series:
Amazing African American History
Amazing Hispanic American History
Amazing Women in American History
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