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Tobacco is grown in the ________ River Valley.
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High rocky land jutting into the sea is called this.
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Because of all its industry, the Middle Atlantic States region is called this.
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Name the capital of New Hampshire.
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What is the major body of water in Maryland and Virginia that is fed by the Susquehanna and Potomac Rivers?
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This is a fishing vessel.
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This mountain range begins in New England and extends into the Middle Atlantic states.
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This term means the manufacture of cloth.
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This is both the highest point in New England and the windiest place in the U.S.
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This is a source of cranberries.
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What are the reasons Pittsburgh became a steel-producing center?
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Trees that lose their leaves in the fall are called this.
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This is the largest city in New England.
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This is a source of granite.
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Farms in New Jersey on which vegetables are grown for markets are called this.
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Name the capital of Vermont.
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The landform area that borders the Atlantic Ocean in the middle region is this.
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Name two fruits grown in the eastern part of Maine and Massachusetts.
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Name the two great lakes which border the Middle Atlantic states.
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Name the capital of Rhode Island.
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Give three reasons why Boston is an important city.
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This term is referring to cities and suburbs.
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Name three uses for the trees in New England.
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Identify the New England States on a blank map and list their capitals.
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