 Mount Mckinley
 Death Valley
 Lake superior
 Greenland
 Denali National Park
 The Grand Canyon
 Crater Lake
 Mount Whitney
 Yosemite Falls
 Old Faithful
 Roanoke
 Jamestown, Virginia
 A narrow channel of water which joins other bodies of water
 A large piece of broken glacier
 A large mass of ice and snow
 A large area located in a temperate zone, covered
 Dried up plants which are blown across the prairie
 A natural spring which has water temperature above 98 degrees
 A column of hot spring water shot up out of the earth
 California - redwood
 The Giant Sequoia
 Forests, fertile soil, fishing, mining
 Natural gas, coal, silver, copper, petroleum
 Coyotes, pronghorns
 Florida
 Vikings
 Ponce De Leon
 Coronado
 Hopei, Apache, Sioux, Cherokee, Navajo
 Allies
 English, French
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North america

  1. 1.  Mount Mckinley
  2. 2.  Death Valley
  3. 3.  Lake superior
  4. 4.  Greenland
  5. 5.  Denali National Park
  6. 6.  The Grand Canyon
  7. 7.  Crater Lake
  8. 8.  Mount Whitney
  9. 9.  Yosemite Falls
  10. 10.  Old Faithful
  11. 11.  Roanoke
  12. 12.  Jamestown, Virginia
  13. 13.  A narrow channel of water which joins other bodies of water
  14. 14.  A large piece of broken glacier
  15. 15.  A large mass of ice and snow
  16. 16.  A large area located in a temperate zone, covered
  17. 17.  Dried up plants which are blown across the prairie
  18. 18.  A natural spring which has water temperature above 98 degrees
  19. 19.  A column of hot spring water shot up out of the earth
  20. 20.  California - redwood
  21. 21.  The Giant Sequoia
  22. 22.  Forests, fertile soil, fishing, mining
  23. 23.  Natural gas, coal, silver, copper, petroleum
  24. 24.  Coyotes, pronghorns
  25. 25.  Florida
  26. 26.  Vikings
  27. 27.  Ponce De Leon
  28. 28.  Coronado
  29. 29.  Hopei, Apache, Sioux, Cherokee, Navajo
  30. 30.  Allies
  31. 31.  English, French
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