North America

The historical geography of North America is very diverse and includes many geographic features and cultural traditions.

Monks Mound in Cahokia

Cahokia Mounds

Photo Monks Mound at Cahokia is an imposing pre-Columbian earthwork structure in North America. Even the name of the tribes who built Cahokia is unknown. However, the name of this large settlement was invented relatively recently. The mounds and the city are surrounded by mysteries, and rather dark, associated with bloody wars and mass sacrifices. …

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Atlantic Ocean

Atlantic Ocean

The Atlantic Ocean is the second largest ocean on Earth and is located between America to the west and Europe and Africa to the east. It also borders the Arctic Ocean to the north and the Southern Ocean to the south. The Atlantic Ocean has a total area of about 106.4 million square kilometers and …

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Illinois State

Illinois (State)

Illinois is located in the central United States, on the banks of the Mississippi River. Illinois has an area of about 150 thousand square kilometers and a population of more than 12 million people. The capital of Illinois is the city of Springfield, and the largest city is Chicago, the third largest city in the …

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Nashville Tennessee

Nashville (Tennessee)

Nashville is the capital and largest city of Tennessee, located in the southern United States. The city is known as the “music capital” of the United States, as it is home to many famous recording studios and music venues where performers from around the world perform in concerts. Nashville is also famous for its history, …

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Kansas (State)

The state of Kansas is located in the center of the United States and is one of the Great Plains states. It borders Nebraska to the north, Missouri to the east, Oklahoma to the south, and Colorado to the west. The population is about 2.9 million and the capital is the city of Topeka. The …

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a small state located in the Caribbean Sea. It consists of the main island of Saint Vincent and more than 30 small islands and atolls, including the island of the Grenadines. The capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is Kingstown, which is located on the southwest coast of …

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Acapulco Mexico

Acapulco (Mexico)

Acapulco is one of the first resort towns in Mexico and has quickly become popular with locals and tourists from around the world. The city has many hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, casinos and stores. Tourists can engage in a variety of sports such as surfing, windsurfing, and diving, as well as try more extreme activities such …

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Missouri River

Missouri River

The Missouri is one of the largest rivers in North America, flowing through several U.S. states, including Montana, Nevada, and Missouri. The Missouri River is the longest river in North America, about 2,341 miles (3,767 km) long. The Missouri River is a major tributary of the Mississippi River and together with it forms the largest …

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Louisiana (State)

Louisiana is a state in the southern United States located on the Gulf Coast. The state capital is the city of Baton Rouge, and the largest city is New Orleans. Louisiana has a population of about 4.6 million people. Louisiana is known for its rich cultural heritage, which includes French, Spanish, and African influences, jazz …

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Arkansas (state)

Arkansas (State)

The eastern boundary of Arkansas is the west bank of the lower Mississippi River. The natural conditions of the area allow for successful agriculture, and among the minerals are oil and gas. Arkansas is a state in the southern United States, bordering Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Tennessee. The state’s main city is Little Rock, …

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