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  • 1. Idaho The State of the Natural wonders Nicky Vandenhoeck
  • 2.  
  • 3. History
    • 1805 Lewis and Clark
    • 1860 Gold Rush
    • Indian Problem
  • 4. Geography
    • 2 Parts
    • North: Forested & Glacial lakes
    • South: Irrigation programs 1980s
    • “ famous potatoes”
  • 5. Boise
    • The state capital
    • Fort Boise
    • Basque Museum
    • Mormoons
  • 6. Craters of the moon national monument
    • Looks like wasteland
    • lava cones, lava tubes, buttes, craters, …
  • 7. Sawtooth National recreation area
    • north of Ketchum and Sun Valley
    • traces of the abandoned gold-mining settlements
  • 8. Coeur d’Alene
    • William Tecumseh Sherman
    • world’s longest single-stage gondola
  • 9. Montana
    • History
    • Geography
    • Accommodation
    • Attractions
  • 10.  
  • 11. History
    • Western frontier
    • Montana’s Indian reservations
    • The Crow Fair & Rodeo
    • Little Bighorn River
  • 12. Geography
    • Eastern of Montana
    • Western of Montana
  • 13. Accommodation
    • Hot Spring Resort
    • Ranches
  • 14. Attractions
    • Hiking
    • Fish Lakes Canyon: Turner Falls
    • Sled dog team
  • 15. Glacier National Park
    • Waterton Lakes National Park  Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park World Heritage Site
    • Going-to-the-Sun Road
  • 16. Glacier National Park
  • 17. Oregon
    • “ Beaver State”
  • 18.  
  • 19. Oregon, The Beaver State
    • Oregon
      • Orejon = Big ear
    • Beaver State
      • Beaver
        • Admirable qualities
        • Official State Animal
  • 20. Orgeon
    • 22 Official State Symbols
      • State bird: Western Meadowlark
      • State fish: Chinook Salmon
      • State animal: American Beaver
      • State tree: Doughlas-fir
  • 21. History
    • 13,200 years ago
      • Human activity
    • 8000 B.C.
      • Settlements across the state
    • 16th century
      • Home to many Native American groups
        • Bannock, Chasta, Chinook,…
  • 22. History
    • 1778 James Cook Northwest Passage
    • 1895 Oregon admitted to the Union
    • Oregon Trail
    • Polorising conflicts
  • 23. Geography
    • 7 Areas
      • Oregon Coast
      • Willamette Valley
      • Rogue Valley
      • Cascade Mountains
      • Klamath Mountains
      • Columbia River Plateau
      • Basin and Range Region
  • 24. Geography
    • Snake River
    • Columbia River
    • The most diverse landscape
    • Population 3,7 million (2006)
    • 97,000 square miles = 251 square km
    • Generally mild climate
  • 25. Economics (Facts)
    • Film shoots
      • The Ring
      • Free Willy
    • Matt Groening
    • Nike, Inc.
    • Salmon-fishing industry
    • No sales tax
  • 26. Tourism - Astoria
    • Views of
      • Pacific Ocean
      • Columbia River
      • Youngs Bay
    • Astoria-Megler Brigde
      • 4,1 miles
  • 27. Tourism - Portland
    • Economic hub
    • Cultural embassy
    • Art & Music festivals
      • Oregon Shakespeare Festival
  • 28. Tourism – Cascade Mountains
    • Mount Hood
    • Columbia River Gorge
    • Crater Lake National Park
    • Skiing
    • Backcountry recreation opportunities
    • Scenic drives & circle tours
  • 29. Tourism – Columbia River
    • Columbia River Gorge
      • 80 miles
    • Columbia River
      • 1,200 miles
    • Windsurfing & Sailing
    • River cruises
    • Nature hiking
  • 30. Washington
    • “ The Evergreen state”
  • 31. Washington
    • Geography
    • History
    • Mount Rainier
    • Seattle
    • Points of interest
    • Events and Facts
  • 32.  
  • 33. Geography
    • Western Washington wet climate volcanoes
    • Eastern Washington dry climate forested and mountainous
  • 34. History
    • Tribes of Native Americans
    • George Washington Bush
    • November 11, 1889
    • Seattle trade with Alaska
    • Boeing Company
    • Atomic Bombs
    • 1980, Mount St. Helens
  • 35. Mount Rainier
    • “ Tahoma”
    • Admiral Peter Rainier
    • second tallest mountain
    • active volcano
    • Mount Rainier National park
  • 36. Seattle
    • Noah Sealth
    • Duwamps
    • The Great Seattle fire
  • 37. Points of interest
    • Space Needle 1962
    • The Seattle Asian Art Museum(SAM)
    • The Hammering Man
    • Pike place market
    • Pioneer Square
  • 38. Events and Facts
    • Bumbershoot
    • Seafair
    • Original Starbucks
    • Bill Gates’ House

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