Canada and the United States
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Canada and USA are linked by the Great lakes.
The Erie Canal linked the great lakes to the Atlantic Ocean
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Only two countries border the Great Lakes, these are Canada and the USA.
The Great Lakes are connected to the Atlantic Ocean primarily by the St. Lawrence Seaway, which was completed in 1958.
The two countries that share the Great Lakes are Canada and USA
The Great Lakes Border U.S.A And Canada
They get elsewhere by waterways such as the Mississippi river and the Great Lakes.
The major landforms and waterways that the United States and Canada share are Great Lakes, Rocky Mountains, and St. Lawrence.
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Canada and the USA.
The Hudson River and the State Barge Canal System (formerly called the Erie Canal) connect the Great Lakes and New York City.
The Great Lakes is surrounded by two countries, Canada and United States.
The Great Lakes lie between the United States of America and Canada.
The Great Lakes are bordered by the United States and Canada. The two regions bordering the Great Lakes are the Central and Northeast.
Minnesota has over 10,000 lakes... too many to name. It has dozens of rivers, the most notable is the Mississippi River. It also borders Lake Superior, one of the Great Lakes.
The Great lakes border the USA and Canada
Eugene Stuart Gregg has written: 'Great Lakes-to-ocean waterways' -- subject(s): Inland navigation
Canada and the United States border the Great Lakes (Huron, Ontario, Erie, Michigan, Superior)
United States and Canada
There are surprisingly only 16 waterways in Oregon, considering that it has over 150 lakes and over 330 rivers!
Canada and the United States.
It was the Erie Canal which linked the Great Lakes of the interior to New York City.
There are several major geographic features in New York. There are mountains, rivers, oceans, Great lakes, and lowlands along the waterways.
Yes. They are found around waterways and lakes.
The Great Lakes are on the North American Continent and reside between the countries of Canada and the USA.
That's an odd phrasing, but: the US and Canada border the Great Lakes.
The United States of America (to the South) and Canada (to the North).
All five are between Canada and the U.S.
Its deep, big and has two countries on either side.
seas, oceans, rivers, lakes
I assume that you are thinking of rivers, lakes, the sea, and canals.
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they are called the great lakes because of their size
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Gulls live around the ocean, rivers, lakes, and other waterways.
The waterways in California form by lakes and streams flowing into the drains of Califorina wich has 1110% of sewer water and1% of pure drinkable water
Robert LaSalle was a prolific French explorer. He explored the American Great Lakes, the Mississippi River and several other waterways. He claimed a large area for France.
No. Lakes usually have currents that are hardly noticable, but as long as the lake has waterways flowing into, and out of, it (most lakes do), the lake will have water movement.
Canada and USA North-Central and Northeast
US for one has the Great Salt Lake and Israel the Dead Sea.
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There are 5 great lakes
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The Great Lakes are a natural feature.
because they are among the largest lakes in the world.