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What underlies the Yucatan Penninsula?
Limestone
How many states does Mexico have?
31
What did christopher columbus name the caribbean islands?
West Indies
When was the Mexican Revolution?
1910
What are the crops of the Caribbean islands?
Sugarcane, coffe, bannanas,
fruits, and cotton
What are the physical features of Mexico?
It is moutainous, and has a rugged central pleatau. The capital is Mexico city, and southern Mexico is the poorest reigon.
mixed Catholic and african beliefs
Santeria
What is NAFTA?
The North American Free Trade Agreement
The most populous country in Central America, half the people are indians.
Guatamala
The poorest reigon in the Americas. Has many people living there.
Haiti
Many People in this country live in poverty. A few families own the best land.
El Slavador
This country has a long history of stable, democratic governments.
Costa Rica
People in the U.S. are banned to go to this country.
Cuba
Maya ruins, coral reefs, and costal resorts attract many tourists.
Belzie
15% of the land is good for farming.
Honduras
Thew away the countries dictator and ruled for many years. Is a democracy today.
Nicaragua
The countries capital is the first permanent European settlement in the Western Hemisphere
Dominican Republic
Early Indian Communities
Ejios