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Determining Cause and Effect Death Valley is the driest, hottest spot in the United States. How do you think the Rocky Mountains, to its west, have affected its climate? 2. Identifying Relationships How does the location of the Interior Plains help to make it America’s breadbasket? 3. Making Comparisons 4. 1. What specific examples would you use to show the different geographical and cultural aspects of the country? Compare the advantages and disadvantages of using globes and maps. Identifying Relationships The theme of movement has a strong connection to history in the United States.
It also provides a fairly accurate picture of the relationship between landmasses and water. Today scientific technology has improved the process for mapping the earth even more. LANDSAT maps, created by How often do you use a map? Maps fill our daily lives. Maps of many different kinds are used in this book to help you see the connection between the geography of the United States and its history. Maps that show a wide range of general information about an area are called general-purpose maps. Two of the most common types are physical and political maps.
90° W CANADA 50° N Wash. Oreg. CA 110° W Mississip pi 120° W SC AD ES 130° W 0 Pacific Coast Canadian Shield Appalachian Mountains Coastal Plains 250 250 500 miles 500 kilometers 160° W 150° W 140° W Region The land of the United States varies greatly from the Pacific Coast to the Atlantic Coast. According to the map, in what region is Kansas? 22 UNIT 1 America’s Beginnings: Prehistory–1700 Picturing H istory ᭡ HI-MAUI, MOLOKAI ISLAND Hawaii has many distinctive features, such as its climate and topography, that make it unique among the 50 states.