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Virtual School

By bignigga22 May 04, 2013 360 Words
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Part 1
Using the scale on the interactive map, give the approximate distance in miles that the Pilgrims traveled in their journey from Plymouth, England, to Plymouth, Massachusetts.
3349 miles

Using the scale on the interactive map, give the approximate distance in miles that Lewis and Clark traveled from St. Louis to Ft. Clatsop near the Pacific Ocean.
1400 miles

3. Using the scale on the interactive map, give the approximate distance in miles that the transcontinental railroad covered from Omaha to San Francisco.
1430 miles

Part 2
1. I live in Miami, Florida. Miami is an urban city located on the southern tip of Florida on the Atlantic coast (Located at the mouth of the Miami River on the lower east coast of Florida. Approximately 228 miles north/northeast of Havana, Cuba. Approximately 204 miles south of Orlando,FL. Approximately 668 miles southeast of New Orleans, LA). Miami is a very hot and humid place. There are no mountains here, or hills. It doesn’t snow ever, and year round we have a lot of rainfall. It is called a “worldly” city because of its cultural diversification. The city has a heavy Hispanic population. The largest ethnic group is Cuban.

Convince someone to move to a U.S. city of your choice, by describing the location using terms from the lesson. Be sure to include the name of the city and state you are writing about and make your response at least one paragraph in length.

You would love to move to New York City, New York. Everything and anything is there. New York City is it's own region. It is an airport hub, a tourist mecca and can be considered "Downtown America". New York City is known for it's towering skyline. Landmark buildings such as Rockefeller Center and the Empire State Building dominate the island of Manhattan. New York's climate is humid subtropical. New York is a world capital of finance, culture and entertainment. New York City is located in the northeastern region of the United States, in southeastern New York State. The city is built around three islands, Manhattan, Staten Island, and western Long Island.

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