United States of America
Lakes and Rivers
What are the mouths of three major rivers in the United States?
Is the Mississippi River a major river in the United States?
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, United States of America, Scattergories and Words Starting with Certain Letters
What US rivers start with M?
Where was the first industrial area located in the United States?
What three major rivers run through the central US?
Asked in Geography, Farm Crops
What are the major landforms of the United States?
Why are the Mississippi River and Ohio River important to the people who live on or near them?
Both the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers are important because they are natural geographical boundaries. Whoever controls these rivers, control major regions of the United States. They are used for transportation, water sources, and have major ecological advantages to the lands that border them. At the beginning of the United States, towns were formed next to major water sources for all these reasons.
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The major allied powers were the united states britain and-?
Asked in US Civil War, Lakes and Rivers, Mountains
What are the major rivers of the Confederacy and border states?
What is the motto of United States Army Sergeants Major Academy?
When was United States Army Sergeants Major Academy created?
What is the fan-shaped plain that forms at the mouth of a river?
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What are the major natural resources in the united state and Canada?
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What is the smallest desert in United States of America?
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A major result of the spanish-American war was that the United States did what?
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What is the major mountain range of the Eastern United States?
Asked in Lakes and Rivers
Are there types of rivers?
There are several types of rivers Most rivers are freshwater, or non salty, that sustain wildlife that cannot breathe salt. These are the most common rivers. But there are also salt rivers, such as the Salt River in Arizona. Most salt rivers in the United States are on the western side of the country. These rivers can sustain several species of ocean life and always receed into a salt body of water. Major Rivers can also break off into smaller rivers. Such rivers are called tributaries.