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1
50 States Geography
  • Review

2
Territorial Expansion
3
1-9
Name the region
4
1
5
8
7
2
6
3
9
Word bank on your paper
4
The States
5
10-59
What state is this?
51
10
52
50
15
23
53
29
11
49
16
34
24
54
48
20
59
55
30
56
25
17
35
47
18
36
57
46
21
45
26
31
37
12
44
58
38
27
32
43
22
19
40
42
39
28
33
41
13
14
Write the number on your paper
6
The Physical Features
7
60-79
Physical Feature?
67
60
78
76
75
68
77
66
74
61
73
79
69
72
65
62
64
63
70
71
Write the number on your paper
8
Climate, History Landmarks, etc
NE or S or MW or W??
9
The Largest Cities
80-83
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Los Angeles, San Francisco, Phoenix, Seattle, Las
    Vegas, Salt Lake City
  • 81. Miami, Atlanta, Tampa, Charlotte,
    Jacksonville, Richmond, Houston
  • 82. Boston, New York City, Philadelphia,
    Pittsburgh, Baltimore
  • 83. Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Minneapolis, St.
    Paul, Cleveland, Kansas City

10
The Physical Features
84-87
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Great Plains, Piedmont and Interior Plain
  • 85. Tall mountain ranges, great plains,
    tall-grass prairies, deserts, volcanoes
  • Broad valleys and rolling hills, low mountain
    ranges
  • 87. Relatively flat, consisting either of plains
    or of rolling and small hills

11
Climate and Weather
88-91
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Warm/humid summers, bitterly cold winters, 4 main
    seasons, Noreasters
  • 89. Warm or hot summers, mild winters, hurricanes
  • Humid, continental climate, tornadoes, great
    variance between seasons from northern to
    southern portions of regions
  • 91. Semiarid in general, great variance in
    seasonal temperature and rainfall, earthquakes

12
The Resources
92-95
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Citrus fruits, tobacco, cotton, oil refineries
  • 93. Timber, minerals, fish, pineapples
  • Corn, dairy, minerals, industry
  • 95. Mushrooms, fish/seafood, textile factories

13
The Landmarks
96-99
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Ivy League Universities, Historical Sites,
    Washington D.C., New York City
  • 97. Sears Tower, Ford Motor Company, Gateway
    Arch, Great Lakes
  • Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Pearl Harbor, Mount
    McKinley, Yellowstone National Park
  • 99. New Orleans, Great Smokey Mountains,
    Everglades National Park, Myrtle Beach

14
The Groups of People
100-103
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Native Americans, European Settlements, African
    Americans (slaves)
  • 101. Native Americans, French fur Traders,
    European colonists
  • Native Americans, European Settlers, Spanish
    Settlers, Asian Immigrants
  • 103. Native Americans, Pilgrims, Puritans,
    European Immigrants

15
The Historical Events
104-107
NE or S or MW or W??
  • 1849 Gold Rush, Compromise of 1850, Gadsden
    Purchase, Dust Bowl
  • 105. Early colonial settlements, Declaration of
    Independence and Constitution written here,
    American Revolution, September 11, 2001attacks
  • Jamestown Settlement, Trail of Tears, Mexican
    War, Civil War battles and Reconstruction
  • 107. Start of Lewis and Clark exploration,
    Bleeding Kansas, Underground Railroad

16
Territorial Expansion
1 Oregon Country 6 Texas Annexation
2 Mexican Cession 7 US in 1783
3 Gadsden Purchase 8 Original 13 States
4 Land ceded from Britain in 1818 9 Florida Cession
5 Louisiana Purchase
17
The States
40 Alabama 13 Alaska 19 Arizona 32 Arkansas
12 California 21 Colorado 55 Connecticut 57 Delaware
41 Florida 42 Georgia 14 Hawaii 16 Idaho
35 Illinois 36 Indiana 30 Iowa 26 Kansas
37 Kentucky 33 Louisiana 52 Maine 58 Maryland
53 Massachusetts 48 Michigan 29 Minnesota 39 Mississippi
31 Missouri 15 Montana 25 Nebraska 17 Nevada
51 New Hampshire 56 New Jersey 22 New Mexico 49 New York
44 North Carolina 23 North Dakota 47 Ohio 27 Oklahoma
11 Oregon 59 Pennsylvania 54 Rhode Island 43 South Carolina
24 South Dakota 38 Tennessee 28 Texas 18 Utah
50 Vermont 45 Virginia 10 Washington 46 West Virginia
34 Wisconsin 20 Wyoming
18
The Physical Features
64 Rio Grande 76 Lake Ontario
65 Mississippi River 68 Lake Michigan
69 Ohio River 67 Lake Superior
60 Columbia River 78 Lake Huron
66 Missouri River 77 Lake Erie
74 Delaware River 75 Cape Cod
62 Pacific Ocean 61 Rocky Mountains
72 Atlantic Ocean 79 Appalachian Mountains
70 Gulf of Mexico 71 Florida Keys
63 Arctic Ocean 73 Outer Banks
19
Climate/History/Landmarks, etc . . .
Largest Cities Physical Features Climate Weather Resources
W 80 S 84 NE 88 S 92
S 81 W 85 S 89 W 93
NE 82 NE 86 MW 90 MW 94
MW 83 MW 87 W 91 NE 95

Landmarks Groups of People Historical Events  
NE 96 S 100 W 104  
MW 97 MW 101 NE 105  
W 98 W 102 S 106  
S 99 NE 103 MW 107  
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Title: 50 States Geography


1
50 States Geography
  • Review

2
Territorial Expansion
3
1-9
Name the region
4
1
5
8
7
2
6
3
9
Word bank on your paper
4
The States
5
10-59
What state is this?
51
10
52
50
15
23
53
29
11
49
16
34
24
54
48
20
59
55
30
56
25
17
35
47
18
36
57
46
21
45
26
31
37
12
44
58
38
27
32
43
22
19
40
42
39
28
33
41
13
14
Write the number on your paper
6
The Physical Features
7
60-79
Physical Feature?
67
60
78
76
75
68
77
66
74
61
73
79
69
72
65
62
64
63
70
71
Write the number on your paper
8
Climate, History Landmarks, etc
NE or S or MW or W??
9
The Largest Cities
80-83
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Los Angeles, San Francisco, Phoenix, Seattle, Las
    Vegas, Salt Lake City
  • 81. Miami, Atlanta, Tampa, Charlotte,
    Jacksonville, Richmond, Houston
  • 82. Boston, New York City, Philadelphia,
    Pittsburgh, Baltimore
  • 83. Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Minneapolis, St.
    Paul, Cleveland, Kansas City

10
The Physical Features
84-87
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Great Plains, Piedmont and Interior Plain
  • 85. Tall mountain ranges, great plains,
    tall-grass prairies, deserts, volcanoes
  • Broad valleys and rolling hills, low mountain
    ranges
  • 87. Relatively flat, consisting either of plains
    or of rolling and small hills

11
Climate and Weather
88-91
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Warm/humid summers, bitterly cold winters, 4 main
    seasons, Noreasters
  • 89. Warm or hot summers, mild winters, hurricanes
  • Humid, continental climate, tornadoes, great
    variance between seasons from northern to
    southern portions of regions
  • 91. Semiarid in general, great variance in
    seasonal temperature and rainfall, earthquakes

12
The Resources
92-95
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Citrus fruits, tobacco, cotton, oil refineries
  • 93. Timber, minerals, fish, pineapples
  • Corn, dairy, minerals, industry
  • 95. Mushrooms, fish/seafood, textile factories

13
The Landmarks
96-99
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Ivy League Universities, Historical Sites,
    Washington D.C., New York City
  • 97. Sears Tower, Ford Motor Company, Gateway
    Arch, Great Lakes
  • Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Pearl Harbor, Mount
    McKinley, Yellowstone National Park
  • 99. New Orleans, Great Smokey Mountains,
    Everglades National Park, Myrtle Beach

14
The Groups of People
100-103
NE or S or MW or W??
  • Native Americans, European Settlements, African
    Americans (slaves)
  • 101. Native Americans, French fur Traders,
    European colonists
  • Native Americans, European Settlers, Spanish
    Settlers, Asian Immigrants
  • 103. Native Americans, Pilgrims, Puritans,
    European Immigrants

15
The Historical Events
104-107
NE or S or MW or W??
  • 1849 Gold Rush, Compromise of 1850, Gadsden
    Purchase, Dust Bowl
  • 105. Early colonial settlements, Declaration of
    Independence and Constitution written here,
    American Revolution, September 11, 2001attacks
  • Jamestown Settlement, Trail of Tears, Mexican
    War, Civil War battles and Reconstruction
  • 107. Start of Lewis and Clark exploration,
    Bleeding Kansas, Underground Railroad

16
Territorial Expansion
1 Oregon Country 6 Texas Annexation
2 Mexican Cession 7 US in 1783
3 Gadsden Purchase 8 Original 13 States
4 Land ceded from Britain in 1818 9 Florida Cession
5 Louisiana Purchase
17
The States
40 Alabama 13 Alaska 19 Arizona 32 Arkansas
12 California 21 Colorado 55 Connecticut 57 Delaware
41 Florida 42 Georgia 14 Hawaii 16 Idaho
35 Illinois 36 Indiana 30 Iowa 26 Kansas
37 Kentucky 33 Louisiana 52 Maine 58 Maryland
53 Massachusetts 48 Michigan 29 Minnesota 39 Mississippi
31 Missouri 15 Montana 25 Nebraska 17 Nevada
51 New Hampshire 56 New Jersey 22 New Mexico 49 New York
44 North Carolina 23 North Dakota 47 Ohio 27 Oklahoma
11 Oregon 59 Pennsylvania 54 Rhode Island 43 South Carolina
24 South Dakota 38 Tennessee 28 Texas 18 Utah
50 Vermont 45 Virginia 10 Washington 46 West Virginia
34 Wisconsin 20 Wyoming
18
The Physical Features
64 Rio Grande 76 Lake Ontario
65 Mississippi River 68 Lake Michigan
69 Ohio River 67 Lake Superior
60 Columbia River 78 Lake Huron
66 Missouri River 77 Lake Erie
74 Delaware River 75 Cape Cod
62 Pacific Ocean 61 Rocky Mountains
72 Atlantic Ocean 79 Appalachian Mountains
70 Gulf of Mexico 71 Florida Keys
63 Arctic Ocean 73 Outer Banks
19
Climate/History/Landmarks, etc . . .
Largest Cities Physical Features Climate Weather Resources
W 80 S 84 NE 88 S 92
S 81 W 85 S 89 W 93
NE 82 NE 86 MW 90 MW 94
MW 83 MW 87 W 91 NE 95

Landmarks Groups of People Historical Events  
NE 96 S 100 W 104  
MW 97 MW 101 NE 105  
W 98 W 102 S 106  
S 99 NE 103 MW 107  
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