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Name all the land features such as mountains, plains, deserts etc.

  • Indiana History -

    Indiana doesn't have mountains or deserts. But this article describes the land features of Indiana.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indiana#Geography

  • Indiana History -

    On my homework it said name many plains and lakes etc.

  • Indiana History -

    I want to know more about it's land features like name some lakes or regions.

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