North & Central America

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important physical and man-made features of the united states including: Coastal Plains, Great Plains, Continental Divide, The Great Basin, Death Valley, Gulf of Mexico, St. Lawrence River, The Great Lakes, New York city, Boston Massachusetts, Philadephia Pennsylvania, The Erie Canal

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