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Wampanoag
Indians who lived in the Everglades
Known for their burial grounds
Hopewell
Peace loving Indian tribe who kept pictorial chronicles of their history
Delawares
Iriquios tribe whose name means "man-eater"
Mohawks
Indian tribe who joined the Pilgrims for Thanksgiving
Wampanoags
Landform in eastern North America, extending 1500 miles from Canada to Alabama
Appalachian Mountains
second largest ocean
Atlantic Ocean
largest known underground cave system in the world
Mammoth Cave
famous narrow passageway which peioneers traveled as they went west
Cumberland Gap
bird that once was suggested by Benjamin Franklin to become our national bird
turkey
area sloping from eastern edge of the Appalachians to the Atlantic Coastal Plain, hilly and rolling
Piedmont Plateau
marshy area of tall grasses and swamps in southern Florida
Everglades