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This city in Alabama is the leading steel producer in the Southeast.
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What is the capital of Georgia?
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This used to be major crop in the South in the 1800s and is still grown in Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee.
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What is the capital of North Carolina?
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This is the lanform region that is between the mountains and the coastal plain.
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What is the Capital of Tennesse?
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SA. What is meant by megalopolis?
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What is the capital of New York?
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This is the name given to low-lying coastal land that is often flodded with seawater.
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What is the capital of Florida?
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This type of climate is one that is neither extremely hot nor extremely cold.
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These mountains stretch from Virginia to Alabama in the Southeast region.
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Identify the 15 states that make up the two regions on a map.
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What is the capital of New Jersey?
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Florida's major crop is this.
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What is the capital of Virginia?
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This river forms the western boundary of the Southeast region.
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What is the capital of Alabama?
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This is the name of both the capital of West Virginia and a port city in South Carolina.
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What is the capital of South Carolina?
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Kentucky and West Virginia lead the nation in the mining of this.
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What is the capital of Maryland?
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SA. Give three reasons why New York is an important city.
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