U.S History 1.01 assessment

Topics: Florida, Hurricane Andrew, Everglades National Park Pages: 2 (698 words) Published: May 28, 2014
1.The pilgrims traveled 3349.375 miles in their journey from Plymouth, England to Plymouth, Massachusetts. 2.Lewis and Clark traveled 1400.15 miles from St. Louis to Ft. Clatsop near the Pacific Ocean. 3.The transcontinental railroad covered 1429.875 miles from Omaha to San Francisco.

I currently live in the suburbs of Miami, otherwise known as Homestead, FL which is a very hot and rainy area. Homestead is mostly flat and grassy. In this region the majority of the population is Hispanic and the most practiced religion is Christianity. We are very close to the Everglades, which are filled with much wildlife, ranging from raccoons to the invasive species, anacondas. Homestead is the second oldest city after Miami. We made national news because of a category 5 hurricane, Andrew, and ever since the city has experienced a building and housing boom. This is a result due to the scarcity of developable land elsewhere in Miami-Dade County.

I currently live in the suburbs of Miami, otherwise known as Homestead, FL which is a very hot and rainy area. Homestead is mostly flat and grassy. In this region the majority of the population is Hispanic and the most practiced religion is Christianity. We are very close to the Everglades, which are filled with much wildlife, ranging from raccoons to the invasive species, anacondas. Homestead is the second oldest city after Miami. We made national news because of a category 5 hurricane, Andrew, and ever since the city has experienced a building and housing boom. This is a result due to the scarcity of developable land elsewhere in Miami-Dade County.

I currently live in the suburbs of Miami, otherwise known as Homestead, FL which is a very hot and rainy area. Homestead is mostly flat and grassy. In this region the majority of the population is Hispanic and the most practiced religion is Christianity. We are very close to the Everglades, which are filled with much wildlife, ranging from raccoons to the invasive...
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