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Denver - geography.

Denver - geography. I INTRODUCTION Denver, city in north central Colorado, capital of the state and its largest city. Denver is the commercial, financial, and cultural center of the Rocky Mountain region and the home of numerous federal government agencies and offices. The city's dry, sunny climate is favored by tourists. Denver is known as the...

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Detroit - geography.

Detroit - geography. I INTRODUCTION Detroit, city in southeastern Michigan and seat of Wayne County. Detroit, the largest city in the state, is one of the nation's leading industrial centers and one of the world's leading corporate headquarters for the automobile industry. The automobile industry gave Detroit its nickname, The Motor City. Its official name, Detroit,...

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Honolulu - geography.

Honolulu - geography. I INTRODUCTION Honolulu, city, capital of Hawaii and seat of Honolulu County, located on the island of Oahu. Honolulu is the largest city in Hawaii and the major port and economic center of the state. Honolulu and Honolulu County have the same boundaries and government, and together they are officially known as the...

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Houston - geography.

Houston - geography. I INTRODUCTION Houston, city in southeastern Texas and the seat of Harris County. Located at the head of the Houston Ship Channel, which links the city to the Gulf of Mexico, Houston is an inland seaport and a major financial, distribution, and manufacturing center for the southern United States. At the time of...

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Indianapolis - geography.

Indianapolis - geography. I INTRODUCTION Indianapolis, city in the geographical center of Indiana and capital of the state. It is also the seat of Marion County, with which it consolidated in 1970. Historically a leading center of manufacturing and commerce in the Midwest, Indianapolis also is an important transportation hub. Known as the Crossroads of America,...

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Jacksonville (Florida) - geography.

Jacksonville (Florida) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Jacksonville (Florida), city in northeastern Florida, the state's most populous city as well as its leading financial and insurance center. Jacksonville consolidated with surrounding Duval County in 1968 and formed one of the cities with the largest jurisdiction in the United States, covering a land area of 1,964.8 sq km...

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Kansas City (Missouri) - geography.

Kansas City (Missouri) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Kansas City (Missouri), city in western Missouri where the Kansas River (also known as the Kaw) joins the Missouri River. It is the largest city in the state and the core of one of the major commercial, industrial, and financial centers in the Midwest. There are no natural boundaries...

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Las Vegas (Nevada) - geography.

Las Vegas (Nevada) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Las Vegas (Nevada), city in southern Nevada. The seat of Clark County, Las Vegas is located in the Las Vegas Valley, a desert surrounded by the Spring Mountains to the west, Frenchman Mountain to the east, the Sheep and Las Vegas ranges to the north and the McCullough Range...

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Los Angeles - geography.

Los Angeles - geography. I INTRODUCTION Los Angeles, city in southern California, the most populous city in the state and the second most populous city and metropolitan region in the United States, after New York City. Located on the Pacific Ocean near the U.S. border with Mexico, the metropolis is noted for its pleasant climate and...

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Memphis (Tennessee) - geography.

Memphis (Tennessee) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Memphis (Tennessee), city in extreme southwestern Tennessee, seat of Shelby County. The largest city in the state, Memphis is located on the Chickasaw Bluffs overlooking the confluence of the Wolf and Mississippi rivers. Memphis covers an area of 662.8 sq km (255.9 sq mi). II POPULATION The...

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Miami (Florida) - geography.

Miami (Florida) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Miami (Florida), city in Florida. The seat of Miami-Dade County, Miami is the largest city of a metropolitan region that dominates southern Florida. Miami grew rapidly in the early 20th century because of its resort and recreational opportunities. Since 1980, however, a more diversified economy has emerged in the city...

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Milwaukee - geography.

Milwaukee - geography. I INTRODUCTION Milwaukee, largest city in Wisconsin, located in the southeastern corner of the state on the shore of Lake Michigan. Although Milwaukee has long been one of the nation's leading industrial cities and the commercial hub of the state, it was beer that made the city famous. For decades some of the...

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Minneapolis - geography.

Minneapolis - geography. I INTRODUCTION Minneapolis, city in southeastern Minnesota. The seat of Hennepin County, the city is located by the Falls of Saint Anthony, at the head of navigation of the Mississippi River. It is the largest city in Minnesota and one of the largest cities in the upper Midwest, and, with the adjacent city...

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Nashville - geography.

Nashville - geography. I INTRODUCTION Nashville, city in north central Tennessee and capital of the state. Nashville shares the same boundaries with Davidson County; the two merged in 1963. Nashville is known as "Music City, USA" because it is the home of the recording industry for country-and-western music. Nashville is also the Middle South's center of...

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New Orleans - geography.

New Orleans - geography. I INTRODUCTION New Orleans, one of North America's most distinctive and culturally diverse cities, located in southeastern Louisiana on the Mississippi River, about 180 km (about 110 mi) from the Gulf of Mexico. The city was founded in 1718 on the east bank of the Mississippi and south of Lake Pontchartrain. New...

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New York (city) - geography.

New York (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION New York (city), the largest city in the United States, the home of the United Nations, and the center of global finance, communications, and business. New York City is unusual among cities because of its high residential density, its extraordinarily diverse population, its hundreds of tall office and apartment...

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Oklahoma City - geography.

Oklahoma City - geography. Oklahoma City, city in central Oklahoma, lying on a level plain on both sides of the North Canadian River. It is the capital of the state and seat of Oklahoma County, and is also in Canadian, Cleveland, McClain, and Pottawatomie counties. In addition to being the seat of the state government, Oklahoma City is...

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Philadelphia (city, Pennsylvania) - geography.

Philadelphia (city, Pennsylvania) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Philadelphia (city, Pennsylvania), largest city of Pennsylvania. Founded in 1682 by English Quaker William Penn, Philadelphia is known as the Birthplace of the Nation because of its role in America's struggle for independence from Britain. Both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States were drafted...

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Phoenix (city, Arizona) - geography.

Phoenix (city, Arizona) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Phoenix (city, Arizona), capital city of Arizona and seat of Maricopa County, located on the Salt River in the south central part of the state. Phoenix sits on the eastern edge of the Sonoran Desert. A commercial, manufacturing, financial, tourist, and retirement center, Phoenix serves as a distribution point...

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Pittsburgh - geography.

Pittsburgh - geography. I INTRODUCTION Pittsburgh, city in western Pennsylvania and seat of Allegheny County. Pittsburgh was the nation's foremost industrial city of the 19th century and was famous for its steel production. Beginning in the 1970s it underwent severe deindustrialization as its massive steel complexes began to close. Today Pittsburgh is a postindustrial city, with...

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Portland - geography.

Portland - geography. I INTRODUCTION Portland, city in northwestern Oregon, the seat of Multnomah County and the largest city in the state. Portland is the business and transportation hub for much of the Pacific Northwest and a growing center for electronics manufacturing. The city has a striking natural setting and rich cultural resources. Portland residents refer...

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Salt Lake City - geography.

Salt Lake City - geography. I INTRODUCTION Salt Lake City, city in Utah, state capital, and seat of Salt Lake County. Located in the north central part of the state, it is 24 km (15 mi) east of its namesake, the Great Salt Lake, and lies along the western slope of the Wasatch Range. The entire...

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San Antonio (city, Texas) - geography.

San Antonio (city, Texas) - geography. I INTRODUCTION San Antonio (city, Texas), city in south central Texas and the seat of Bexar County. A cultural and commercial center, San Antonio is famous for its Spanish heritage and its unique mix of Mexican, Anglo, and German cultures. The city is located in an area of rolling hills...

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Machu Picchu - geography.

Machu Picchu - geography. Machu Picchu, pre-Columbian Inca stronghold in the Andes, about 80 km (about 50 mi) northwest of Cuzco, Peru. Located at a high altitude on a ridge between two peaks, about 600 m (about 1950 ft) above the Urubamba River, the ruined city covers about 13 sq km (about 5 sq mi) of terraces built...

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Mount Rushmore National Memorial - geography.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial - geography. Mount Rushmore National Memorial, national memorial authorized in 1925. Located in southwestern South Dakota, in the Black Hills, the memorial features the heads of United States presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt carved into a granite bluff. The massive sculpture was carved into the rim of Mount Rushmore...

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