Us Geography

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Presentation’s Plan:

• The following presentation we will
take the USA as its subject that’s
to say, that we are going to study:

• The major states

• The Geographical aspect

• The agricultural aspect

The agricultural aspect

•WASHINGTON’S HIGHEST DOLLAR CROP
IS APPLES. THIS STATE PRODUCES 57%
OF ALL THE APPLES IN THE NATION AT A
FARMGATE VALUE OF 1,75 BILLION DOLLAR.

•MILK IS THE SECOND MOST VALUABLE
AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY, FOLLOWED
BY WHEAT , POTATOES AND CATTLE AND
CALVES.

•WASHINGTON ALSO PRODUCES OYSTERS,
MUSSELS, CLAMS, GEODUCKS, AND TROUT

Washington

SUNFLOWERS RANKS FOURTH IN THE
NATION.

•COLORADO PRODUCES MORE THAN
100 MILLION POUNDS OF PINTO BEANS
EACH YEAR

•COLORADO’S LEADING VEGETABLE
CROPS ARE POTATOES, CABBAGE,
AND ONIONS.

Colorado

•FLORIDA PRODUCES 70% OF THE
ANNUAL US PRODUCTION OF CITRUS

•ABOUT 95% OF COMMERCIAL ORANGE
PRODUCTION IN THE STATE IS
DESTINED FOR PROCESSING, MOSTLY
AS ORANGE JUICE.

•FLORIDA IS CONSISTENTLY RANKED
IN THE TOP 12STATES IN FRESH
SEAFOOD PRODUCTION.

Florida

•TEXAS TOP Texas
CROPS:
GREENHOUSE, NURSERY
PRODUCTS AND VEGETABLES


•AGRICULTURAL IS THE
SECOND LARGEST ECONOMIC
ACTIVITY IN THE STATE.

Industrial aspect

California

• Leading industries include agriculture,
manufacturing (transportation
equipment, machinery, and
electronic equipment), biotechnology,
aerospace-defense, and tourism.
Principal natural resources include
timber, petroleum, cement, and

New York

• The state ranks seventh in the
nation in manufacturing, with
586,400 employees in 2005. The
principal industries are printing and
publishing, industrial machinery and
equipment, electronic equipment,
and instruments. The convention and

Virginia

• The most valuable services industry is
community, business and personal services,
which produces income through private
health care, hotels and motels, computer
programming and engineering companies and
repair shops.

• The greatest growth is the technology sector,
with business for computer programmers,
consultants, engineers and researchers

New Mexico

• The principal manufacturing industries
include food products, chemicals,
transportation equipment, lumber,
electrical machinery, and stone-clay-
glass products.

American
history

Introduction

Discovery
First settlers
13 colonies
Tea party
War of independence
Slavery
Conclusion

Discovery

In the fifteenth Century people only knew three continents:
Europe , asia, Africa. They knew nothing about such a big continent as America.
the man who discovered American was born in 1451 in Italy.
his name was Christopher colummbus.he became sailor at an early age.Knowing that the earth was round. He decided to reach India sailing to the west.he tried to arrange an expedition but did not have money.annd nobody wanted to help him.

At last the King of Spain gave him money for the expedition. He sat a sail in 1492. the voyage was very dangerous and difficult. On the 12th of octobre his ship reached the land.
When they landed, the saw strange trees and flowers.Men and
Women with olive-colored skins gathered around the sailors and looked at them with great surprise. Columbus was sure that he had discovered a new way to India.

Spanish, Dutch, and French colonization

Spanish explorers were the first Europeans to arrive in what is now the United States with Christopher Columbus' second expedition, which reached Puerto Rico on November 19, 1493; others reached Florida in 1513.[4] Quickly Spanish expeditions reached the

Appalachian Mountains, the Mississippi River, the Grand Canyon[5] and the Great Plains. In 1540, Hernando de Soto undertook an extensive exploration of Southeast. Also in 1540 Francisco Vázquez de Coronado explored from Arizona to central Kansas.[6] The

Spanish sent some settlers, creating the first permanent European settlement in the continental United States at St. Augustine,...
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