PennsylvaniaAqua GemsBy:Kate
LocationRelative: New York to the North, New Jersey to the East, Maryland to the South, and Ohio to the West.Absolute:40* ...
Regions1. Northeast Regions2. Great Lake Regions3. The Appalachian Region
PlaceLandmark: The Liberty Bell, and Independence  Hall.Landform: The Appalachian Mountains, Allegheny  River.Climate: 27*...
Tradition             Lenni LenapeAt Lenni Lenape festival people wear colorful fabrics,  feathers, and beads. They have t...
MovementTransportation: Lake Erie, Route 80, Route  70, Route 90, Atlantic Ocean, and  Horseshoe Curve.Exports: Mushrooms,...
H/E InteractionAdapt: They adapt to Lake Erie by swimming and owning  boats. They also by adapt to Lake Erie by water spor...
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Pennsylvania Aqua 5

  1. 1. PennsylvaniaAqua GemsBy:Kate
  2. 2. LocationRelative: New York to the North, New Jersey to the East, Maryland to the South, and Ohio to the West.Absolute:40* 25* North, 76* 87* West, Harrisburg, PA
  3. 3. Regions1. Northeast Regions2. Great Lake Regions3. The Appalachian Region
  4. 4. PlaceLandmark: The Liberty Bell, and Independence Hall.Landform: The Appalachian Mountains, Allegheny River.Climate: 27*F to 71*FPennsylvania is Humid continental. That is hot in the Summer and cold in the Winter.
  5. 5. Tradition Lenni LenapeAt Lenni Lenape festival people wear colorful fabrics, feathers, and beads. They have this festival to honor the Indians that lived there before them. This takes place in Allentown. You watch them perform. This takes place at the Historical Society in Allentown. It is also the place where they hold the corn festival.
  6. 6. MovementTransportation: Lake Erie, Route 80, Route 70, Route 90, Atlantic Ocean, and Horseshoe Curve.Exports: Mushrooms, corn, hay and coalAgriculture: Mushrooms, stone, limestone, apples, soybeans, oats, potatoes, grapes, peaches, strawberries, milk, eggs, ketchup
  7. 7. H/E InteractionAdapt: They adapt to Lake Erie by swimming and owning boats. They also by adapt to Lake Erie by water sports. People adapt to the Appalachian Mountains by snow skiing, and heating in their house.Modify: Mountains for ski resorts. Rivers and Lakes for swimming.Depend: Appalachian Mountains for skiing. Blue Marsh Lake for fishing. Raystown Lake for boating.

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