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EARLY LEARNING World

Main Map Africa: Jungle Photos; Antarctica: Butterfly Voyages - Serge Quachée, Wikimedia Commons; Asia: Photograph courtesy of Sacred Sites.com; Australia: Neville Smythe; Europe: Alejandro Rodiguez; North America: web19.mis23.de/index_en; South America: Allard Schmidt (The Netherlands), Wikimedia Commons
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Main Map Legend Country boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Land Water: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Coastline: Wolfgand Amri/iStock Photography: Mountains: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; Island: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Lake: Tony DiFalco; River: Delta Queen Steamboat Company
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EARLY LEARNING United States

Main Map Africa: Jungle Photos; Alabama: southenrtabitha, Flickr.com; Alaska: The Learning Company; Antarctica: Butterfly Voyages - Serge Quachée, Wikimedia Commons; Arizona: Alan Levine; Arkansas: Jack E. Boucher, Library of Congress; Asia: Photograph courtesy of Sacred Sites.com; Atlanta: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Austin: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Australia: Neville Smythe; Bering Sea: ra64, flickr.com; Boston: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; California: Asia Travel; Colorado: Aspenbreeze, Wikimedia Commons; Connecticut: Asgfay, Flickr.com; Delaware: Joshua Daniel Franklin, Wikimedia Commons; Denver: John Maushammer (Morcheeba), Wikimedia Commons; Dover: Joshua Daniel Franklin, Wikimedia Commons; Europe: Alejandro Rodiguez; Florida: Awesome Florida, Inc.; Georgia: scientificteaching.wisc.edu; Great Lakes: Tony DiFalco; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Hawaii: The Learning Company; Honolulu: Z001, Wikimedia Commons; Idaho: USDA, Wikimedia Commons; Illinois: Dave and Deb Martin; Indiana: Bud Polk; Indianapolis: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Iowa: The Learning Company; Kansas: Dehaan, Wikimedia Commons; Kentucky: Wes Blevins, Wikimedia Commons; Louisiana: Ken Lund, Flickr.com; Maine: NOAA/Department of Commerce; Maryland: Chuck Szmurlo, Wikimedia Commons; Massachusetts: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Michigan: Shawn Wilson, Wikimedia Commons; Minnesota: Aztech New Media; Mississippi: Rolf Muller, Wikimedia Commons; Missouri: Torger E. Nelson; Montana: USDA; Nebraska: Nebraskaphotos.com; Nevada: Jon Sullivan, pdphoto,.org, Wikimedia Commons; New Hampshire: Ken Gallager, wikipedia project; New Jersey: Nightscream, Wikimedia Commons; New Mexico: Robert C. and Colleen Frojen; New York: Derek Jensen (Tysto), Wikimedia Commons; North America: web19.mis23.de/index_en; North Carolina: FotoDawg, Flickr.com; North Dakota: Emily Cooperative Telephone Company; Ohio: Andrew Hitchcock, Flickr.com; Oklahoma: Josh, Picasa; Oregon: National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals; Pennsylvania: Bev Sykes, Flickr.com; Phoenix: RARA Foundation; Rhode Island: jkb, Wikimedia Commons; Salt Lake City: Richardo630, Wikimedia Commons; Santa Fe: Asaavedra32, Wikimedia Commons; South America: Allard Schmidt (The Netherlands), Wikimedia Commons; South Carolina: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia Commons; South Dakota: National Park Service Image Gallery, Wikimedia Commons; Tennessee: Cybjorg, Wikimedia Commons; Texas: The Learning Company; Utah: National Park Service, Wikimedia Commons; Vermont: Mfwills, Wikimedia Commons; Virginia: Christopher Hollis for Wdwic Pictures, Wikimedia Commons; Washington: The Learning Company; Washington, D.C.: Aztech New Media; West Virginia: Jarekt, Wikimedia Commons; Wisconsin: Regents of the University of Minnesota; Wyoming: © Sascha Burkard
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Main Map Legend Coastline: Wolfgand Amri/iStock Photography: Country boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Country capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Island: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Lake: Tony DiFalco; Land Water: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Mountains: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; Other City: Texas Film Commission; River: Delta Queen Steamboat Company; State boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; State capital: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons
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United States in the World Legend Country capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons
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EARLY LEARNING Canada

Main Map Africa: Jungle Photos; Alberta: Sarah Crook; Alberta: Sarah Crook; Antarctica; Antarctica: Butterfly Voyages - Serge Quachée, Wikimedia Commons; Asia: Photograph courtesy of Sacred Sites.com; Australia: Neville Smythe; British Columbia: Kloetzner; Edmonton: Multi-Cultural Homepage; Europe: Alejandro Rodiguez; Great Lakes: Tony DiFalco; Halifax: Halifax Port Authority; Manitoba: Rob Currie; North America: web19.mis23.de/index_en; New Brunswick: Andree Sepulveda; Newfoundland and Labrador: Lieutenant Governor or Newfoundland and Labrador; Northwest Territories: MACA; Nova Scotia: CBC Radio Newfoundland and Labrador; Nunavut: Philippe Renault; Ontario: M. Schruff; Ottawa: Sun Media; Prince Edward Island: Hyoung Tae Kim; Québec (province): 2002 Bill Wohler; Québec (city): Katie Scaher; Saskatchewan: Henry Ewert; South America: Allard Schmidt (The Netherlands), Wikimedia Commons; Toronto: Rafael Barreto; Victoria: N. Dolsak; Yukon: Gerald Holdsworth, University of Calgary
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Main Map Legend Coastline: Wolfgand Amri/iStock Photography: Country boundary: Wbaron, Wikimedia; Country capital: Sun Media; Island: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Lake: Tony DiFalco; Land Water: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Mountains: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; Other City: Travel Alberta; River: Mike Larkin; Province or territory boundary: Diderot, Wikimedia Commons; Province or territory capital: M Readey, Wikimedia
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Canada in the World Legend Country capital: Sun Media
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READINESS World

Main Map Alps: Ted Scott; Amazon River: Clark and Arlene Radcliffe; Andes Mountains: Veloso Tours; Appalachian Mountains: Aztech New Media; Atlas Mountains: The Geo Images-Project/James Miller; Bering Sea: ra64, Flickr.com; Ethiopian Highlands: Marin Grey; Great Dividing Range: Aztech New Media Group; Great Lakes: Tony DiFalco; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Hawaiian Islands: The Learning Company; Himalayas: On-The-Matrix/Bruce G. Stumpf; Mackenzie River: Mike Larkin; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana: "America's Largest Tonnage Port"; Nile River: Melissa Bogar; Plateau of Tibet: Laurent Vivier; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; Sahara: L. Balderi/FAO photo; Volga River: Anastasia Sporanskaya
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Main Map Legend Bay: Zerokarma, Wikimedia; Big city: Alejandro Rodiguez; Cape: NASA/GSFC/JPL MISR Team, Wikimedia; Coastline: Wolfgand Amri/iStock Photography; Country boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Country capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Desert: iTravel/iStock Photography; Gulf: Net Resource International Limited; Island: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Lake: Tony DiFalco; Mountains: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; Ocean: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Other city: Neville Smythe; Peninsula: NASA, Wikimedia; River: Delta Queen Steamboat Company; Smaller city: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; State, province, territory boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; Strait: NASA Visible Earth, Wikimedia
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READINESS United States

Main Map Alaska Range: Debbie S. Miller; Appalachian Mountains: Aztech New Media; Atlanta: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Austin: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Baltimore: Chuck Szmurlo, Wikimedia Commons; Bering Sea: ra64, flickr.com; Boston: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Chicago: Dave and Deb Martin; Colorado River: Bureau of Reclamation; Dallas: Texas Film Commission; Denver: John Maushammer (Morcheeba), Wikimedia Commons; Detroit: English Language Institute, Wayne State University; Dover: Joshua Daniel Franklin, Wikimedia Commons; Great Lakes: Tony DiFalco; Great Salt Lake: Bobjgalindo, Wikimedia Commons; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Hawaiian Islands: The Learning Company; Honolulu: Z001, Wikimedia Commons; Houston: Houstondude01, Wikimedia Commons; Indianapolis: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Las Vegas: Jon Sullivan, pdphoto,.org, Wikimedia Commons; Los Angeles: Asia Travel; Memphis: Cybjorg, Wikimedia Commons; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana: "America's Largest Tonnage Port"; Missouri River: City of Williston; New York City: Derek Jensen (Tysto), Wikimedia Commons; Ohio River: Bed and Breakfast Inns Online; Philadelphia: Bev Sykes, Flickr.com; Phoenix: RARA Foundation; Portland: National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals; Rio Grande: John Crossley; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; Salt Lake City: Richardo630, Wikimedia Commons; San Antonio: Zereshk, Wikimedia Commons; San Diego: Vrysxy, Wikimedia Commons; Santa Fe: Asaavedra32, Wikimedia Commons; Washington, D.C.: Aztech New Media
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Main Map Legend Bay: Zerokarma, Wikimedia; Big city: Dave and Deb Martin; Cape: NASA/GSFC/JPL MISR Team, Wikimedia; Coastline: Wolfgand Amri/iStock Photography; Country boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Country capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Desert (picture glossary): iTravel/iStock Photography; Desert: Alan Levine; Gulf: Net Resource International Limited; Interstate highway: ErgoSum88, Wikimedia Commons; Island: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Lake: Tony DiFalco; Mountains: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; Ocean: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Other city: English Language Institute, Wayne State University; Peninsula: NASA, Wikimedia; River: Delta Queen Steamboat Company; Smaller city: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia Commons; State boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; State capital: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Strait: NASA Visible Earth, Wikimedia; Wetland: National Park Service
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United States in the World Legend Country capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons
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READINESS Canada

Main Map Calgary: Travel Alberta; Edmonton: Multi-Cultural Homepage; Great Bear Lake: MACA; Great Lakes: Tony DiFalco; Halifax: Halifax Port Authority; Mackenzie River: Mike Larkin; Montréal: 2002 Bill Wohler; Ottawa: Sun Media; Québec (city): Katie Scaher; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; St. Lawrence River: John Macilree, 2001; Saskatchewan: Henry Ewert; Toronto: Rafael Barreto; Vancouver: Beaverland International Press; Victoria: N. Dolsak; Winnipeg: M Readey, Wikimedia; Yukon: Gerald Holdsworth, University of Calgary
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Main Map Legend Bay: Zerokarma, Wikimedia; Big city: 2002 Bill Wohler; Cape: NASA/GSFC/JPL MISR Team, Wikimedia; Coastline: Wolfgand Amri/iStock Photography; Country boundary: Wbaron, Wikimedia; Country capital: Sun Media; Gulf: Net Resource International Limited; Island: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Lake: Tony DiFalco; Mountains: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; Ocean: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography; Other city: Travel Alberta; Peninsula: NASA, Wikimedia; Other highway: Janothird, Wikimedia Commons; Province, territory boundary: Diderot, Wikimedia Commons; Province, territory capital: M Readey, Wikimedia; River: Mike Larkin; Smaller city: Technicaglitch, Wikimedia; Strait: NASA Visible Earth, Wikimedia; Trans-Canada Highway: Colin Keigher, Wikimedia Commons; Wetland: Chris Kyrzyk, Wikimedia Commons
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Canada in the World Legend Country capital: Sun Media
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INTERMEDIATE POLITICAL World

Main Map Amazon River: Clark and Arlene Radcliffe; Mackenzie R.: Mike Larkin; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana, "America's Largest Tonnage Port"; Nile R.: Melissa Bogar; Volga R.: Anastasia Sporanskaya
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Main Map Legend International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; National capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Other city: Neville Smythe; Over 5,000,000 people: Nadavspi/ Shmuel Spiegelman; 1,000,000 to 5,000,000: Alejandro Rodiguez; Under 1,000,000: Photograph courtesy of Sacred Sites.com; State, province, or territory boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons
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INTERMEDIATE POLITICAL United States

Main Map Anchorage: The Learning Company; Atlanta: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Austin: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Baltimore: Chuck Szmurlo, Wikimedia Commons; Bering Sea: ra64, Flickr.com; Boston: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Chicago: Dave and Deb Martin; Colorado River: Bureau of Reclamation; Dallas: Texas Film Commission; Denver: John Maushammer (Morcheeba), Wikimedia Commons; Detroit: English Language Institute, Wayne State University; Dover: Joshua Daniel Franklin, Wikimedia Commons; Great Salt Lake: Bobjgalindo, Wikimedia Commons; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Hawaiian Islands: The Learning Company; Honolulu: Z001, Wikimedia Commons; Houston: Houstondude01, Wikimedia Commons; Indianapolis: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Lake Erie: Nicholas, Flickr.com; Lake Huron: Guillermo Colom, U.S. Coast Guard; Lake Michigan: Frank Buchalski, Flickr.com; Lake Ontario: Perry Quan, Flickr.com; Lake Superior: Tony DiFalco; Las Vegas: Jon Sullivan, pdphoto,.org, Wikimedia Commons; Los Angeles: Asia Travel; Memphis: Cybjorg, Wikimedia Commons; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana, "America's Largest Tonnage Port"; Missouri River: City of Williston; New Orleans: Ken Lund, Flickr.com; New York City: Derek Jensen (Tysto), Wikimedia Commons; Ohio River: Bed and Breakfast Inns Online; Philadelphia: Bev Sykes, Flickr.com; Phoenix: RARA Foundation; Portland, OR: National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals; Rio Grande: John Crossley; Salt Lake City: Richardo630, Wikimedia Commons; San Antonio: The Learning Company; San Diego: Vrysxy, Wikimedia Commons; Santa Fe: Asaavedra32, Wikimedia Commons; Washington, D.C.: Aztech New Media
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Main Map Legend Canal: Matthew D. Wilson (Lt Powers), Wikimedia Commons; Dam: Bureau of Reclamation; International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; National capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Other city: Texas Film Commission; Over 500,000 people: Dave and Deb Martin; 100,000 to 500,000: Ken Lund, Flickr.com; Under 100,000: Asaavedra32, Wikimedia Commons; State boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; State capital: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons
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Growth of the United States Legend 1803: National Park Service; 1845: LOC, cph 3g02133; 1846: National Archives; 1848: Battle of Veracruz by Carl Nebel
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INTERMEDIATE POLITICAL Canada

Main Map Calgary: Travel Alberta; Edmonton: Multi-Cultural Homepage; Great Bear Lake: MACA; Halifax: Halifax Port Authority; Lake Erie: Nicholas, Flickr.com; Lake Huron: Guillermo Colom, U.S. Coast Guard; Lake Ontario: Perry Quan; Lake Superior: Tony DiFalco; Mackenzie River: Mike Larkin; Montréal: 2002 Bill Wohler; Ottawa: Sun Media; Québec (city): Katie Scaher; St. Lawrence River: John Macilree, 2001; Saskatchewan: Henry Ewert; Toronto: Rafael Barreto; Vancouver: Beaverland International Press; Victoria: N. Dolsak; Winnipeg: M Readey, Wikimedia
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Main Map Legend Canal: Balcer, Wikimedia; International boundary: Wbaron, Wikimedia; National capital: Sun Media; Other city: Travel Alberta; Over 500,000 people: 2002 Bill Wohler; 100,000 to 500,000: Halifax Port Authority; Under 100,000: Technicaglitch, Wikimedia; Province or territory boundary: Diderot, Wikimedia Commons
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First Nations and Inuit 1500 Map Legend Inuktitut: Philippe Renault; Haida: Kloetzner
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INTERMEDIATE PHYSICAL World

Main Map Alps: Ted Scott; Amazon River: Clark and Arlene Radcliffe; Andes Mountains: Veloso Tours; Appalachian Mountains: Aztech New Media; Atlas Mountains: The Geo-Images Project/James Miller; Bering Sea: ra64, Flickr.com; Canadian Shield: Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador; Ethiopian Highlands: Marin Grey; Ganges R.: Aztech New Media Group; Gobi: Infohub Specialty Travel Guide Images; Great Dividing Range: Aztech New Media Group; Great Lakes: Tony DiFalco; Great Plains: Select Registry; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Hawaiian Islands: The Learning Company; Himalayas: On-The-Matrix/Bruce G. Stumpf; Mackenzie R.: Mike Larkin; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana, "America's Largest Tonnage Port"; Missouri River: City of Williston; Mt. Everest: Laurent Vivier; Mt. Kilimanjaro: Jungle Photos; Mt. McKinley: Debbie S. Miller; Nile R.: Melissa Bogar; Plateau of Tibet: Laurent Vivier; Rio Grande: John Crossley; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; Sahara: L. Balderi/FAO photo; Siberia: Pictures of Siberia/William Sokdenko; Volga R.: Anastasia Sporanskaya
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Main Map Legend Forest: Canadian Pulp & Paper Association; Grass: Henry Ewert; International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Mountain peak: The Learning Company; National capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Other city: Neville Smythe; Over 5,000,000 people: Nadavspi/ Shmuel Spiegelman; 1,000,000 to 5,000,000: Alejandro Rodiguez; Under 1,000,000: Photograph courtesy of Sacred Sites.com; Shrub or desert: Alan Levine; State, province, or territory boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; Swamp: National Park Service; Tundra or ice: Philippe Renault
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Major Land Use Legend: Farming: USDA; Forestry: David Lawrence; No widespread use: Philippe Renault; Ranching or herding: Nebraskaphotos.com; Urban area: Texas Film Commission
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INTERMEDIATE PHYSICAL United States

Main Map Alaska Range: Frank K., Flickr.com; Anchorage: The Learning Company; Appalachian Mountains: Aztech New Media; Atlanta: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Baltimore: Chuck Szmurlo, Wikimedia Commons; Bering Sea: ra64, Flickr.com; Boston: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Chicago: Dave and Deb Martin; Colorado R.: Bureau of Reclamation; Columbia R.: Alan Silvester (mascdman), Wikimedia Commons; Denver: John Maushammer (Morcheeba), Wikimedia Commons; Detroit: English Language Institute, Wayne State University; Dover: Joshua Daniel Franklin, Wikimedia Commons; Great Basin: National Park Service; Great Plains: Select Registry; Great Salt Lake: Bobjgalindo, Wikimedia Commons; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Hawaiian Islands: The Learning Company; Honolulu: Z001, Wikimedia Commons; Houston: Houstondude01, Wikimedia Commons; Hudson R.: Gryffindor, Wikimedia Commons; Iliamna Lake: National Park Service; Indianapolis: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Lake Erie: Nicholas, Flickr.com; Lake Huron: Guillermo Colom, U.S. Coast Guard; Lake Michigan: Frank Buchalski, Flickr.com; Lake Ontario: Perry Quan, Flickr.com; Lake Superior: Tony DiFalco; Las Vegas: Jon Sullivan, pdphoto,.org, Wikimedia Commons; Los Angeles: Asia Travel; Memphis: Cybjorg, Wikimedia Commons; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana, "America's Largest Tonnage Port"; Missouri R.: City of Williston; Mojave Desert: © Jarek Tuszynski/Wikimedia Commons; Mt. McKinley: Debbie S. Miller; Mt. Rainier: Meckser; New Orleans: Ken Lund, Flickr.com; New York City: Derek Jensen (Tysto), Wikimedia Commons; Ohio R.: Bed and Breakfast Inns Online; Philadelphia: Bev Sykes, Flickr.com; Portland, OR: National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals; Rio Grande: John Crossley; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; St. Lawrence R.: Ad Meskens, Wikimedia Commons; Salt Lake City: Richardo630, Wikimedia Commons; Sierra Nevada: Jeffrey Burton, National Park Service; Sonoran Desert: Alan Levine; Washington, D.C.: Aztech New Media
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Main Map Legend Canal: Matthew D. Wilson (Lt Powers), Wikimedia Commons; Dam: Bureau of Reclamation; Forest: Canadian Pulp & Paper Association; Grass: Henry Ewert; International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Mountain peak: The Learning Company; National capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Other city: English Language Institute, Wayne State University; Over 500,000 people: Dave and Deb Martin; 100,000 to 500,000: Ken Lund, Flickr.com; Under 100,000: Asaavedra32, Wikimedia Commons; Shrub or desert: Alan Levine; State boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; State capital: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Swamp: National Park Service; Tundra or ice: Philippe Renault
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Major Land Use Legend: Farming: USDA; Forestry: David Lawrence; No widespread use: Philippe Renault; Ranching or herding: Nebraskaphotos.com; Urban area: Texas Film Commission
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INTERMEDIATE PHYSICAL Canada

Main Map Calgary: Travel Alberta; Columbia River: Alan Silvester (mascdman), Wikimedia; Edmonton: Multi-Cultural Homepage; Ellesmere Island: Günter Köck; Great Bear Lake: MACA; Halifax: Halifax Port Authority; Lake Erie: Nicholas, Flickr.com; Lake Huron: Guillermo Colom, U.S. Coast Guard; Lake Ontario: Perry Quan; Lake Superior: Tony DiFalco; Mackenzie River: Mike Larkin; Montréal: 2002 Bill Wohler; Mount Logan: Gerald Holdsworth, University of Calgary; Newfoundland: American Forts Network, www.usaforts.com; Ottawa: Sun Media; Québec (city): Katie Scaher; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; St. Lawrence River: Ad Meskens, Wikimedia Commons; Saskatchewan: Henry Ewert; Toronto: Rafael Barreto; Ungava Peninsula: Pierre Dunningham; Vancouver: Beaverland International Press; Victoria: N. Dolsak; Winnipeg: M Readey, Wikimedia
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Main Map Legend Canal: Matthew D. Wilson (Lt Powers), Wikimedia Commons; Forest: Canadian Pulp & Paper Association; Grass: Henry Ewert; International boundary: Wbaron, Wikimedia Commons; Mountain peak: Gerald Holdsworth, University of Calgary; National capital: Sun Media; Other city: Travel Alberta; Over 500,000 people: 2002 Bill Wohler; 100,000 to 500,000: Alejandro Rodiguez; Under 100,000: Technicaglitch, Wikimedia; Shrub or desert: Alan Levine; Province or territory capital: M Readey, Wikimedia; Province or territory boundary: Diderot, Wikimedia Commons; Swamp: Chris Kyrzyk, Wikimedia Commons; Tundra or ice: Philippe Renault
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Major Land Use Legend Farming: The York-Benimaru Foundation; Forestry: Logging and Sawmilling Journal; Nomadic herding: Association PeupleLoup, Flickr.com; No widespread use: Philippe Renault; Ranching or herding: Nebraskaphotos.com; Urban area: 2002 Bill Wohler
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POLITICAL RELIEF World

Main Map Alps: Ted Scott; Amazon River: Clark and Arlene Radcliffe; Andes Mountains: Veloso Tours; Appalachian Mountains: Aztech New Media; Atlas Mountains: The Geo Images-Project/James Miller; Ethiopian Highlands: Marin Grey; Great Dividing Range: Aztech New Media Group; Great Lakes: Tony DiFalco; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Himalayas: On-The-Matrix/Bruce G. Stumpf; Mackenzie R.: Mike Larkin; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana: "America's Largest Tonnage Port;" Nile R.: Melissa Bogar; Plateau of Tibet: Laurent Vivier; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; Sahara: L. Balderi/FAO photo; Volga R.: Anastasia Sporanskaya
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Main Map Legend Canal: Matthew D. Wilson (Lt Powers), Wikimedia Commons; Intermittent lake: Roger469, Wikimedia Commons; International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Mountain peak: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; National capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; State, province, or territory boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons
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POLITICAL RELIEF United States

Main Map Acadia N.P.: The Plaz, Wikimedia Commons; Alaska Range: Frank K., Flickr.com; Anchorage: The Learning Company; Appalachian Mountains: Aztech New Media; Arches N.P.: National Park Service, Wikimedia Commons; Atlanta: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Austin: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Badlands N.P.: Colin Faulkingham, Wikimedia Commons; Baltimore: Chuck Szmurlo, Wikimedia Commons; Bering Sea: ra64, Flickr.com; Big Bend N.P.: John Crossby/www.americansouthwest.com; Biscayne N.P.: Matthew Hoelscher; Black Canyon of the Gunnison N. P.: Jeff Kramer, Wikimedia Commons; Boston: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Bryce Canyon N.P.: Jesper Rautell Balle, Wikimedia Commons; Canyonlands N.P.: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia Commons; Capitol Reef N.P.: USGS, Wikimedia Commons; Carlsbad Caverns N.P.: Dschwen, Wikimedia Commons; Chicago: Dave and Deb Martin; Cleveland: Andrew Hitchcock, Flickr.com; Colorado River: Bureau of Reclamation; Columbia River: Alan Silvester (mascdman), Wikimedia Commons; Congaree N.P.: Hunter-Desportes; Crater Lake N.P.: Aztech New Media; Cuyahoga Valley N.P.: National Park Service, Wikimedia Commons; Dallas: Texas Film Commission; Death Valley N.P.: Roger469, Wikimedia Commons; Denali N.P.: Webster & Stevens, Alaska Division of Tourism; Denver: John Maushammer (Morcheeba), Wikimedia Commons; Detroit: Shawn Wilson, Wikimedia Commons; Dover: Joshua Daniel Franklin, Wikimedia Commons; Dry Tortugas N.P.: National Park Service, Wikimedia Commons; Everglades N.P.: National Park Service; Glacier N.P.: USGS, Wikimedia Commons; Grand Canyon N.P.: Scott MacGilivray, MD; Grand Teton N.P.: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia Commons; Great Basin N.P.: National Park Service; Great Salt Lake: Bobjgalindo, Wikimedia Commons; Great Sand Dunes N.P.: Preiselbeere, Wikimedia Commons; Great Smoky Mountains N.P.: Scott Basford, Wikimedia Commons; Guadalupe Mountains N.P.: Leaflet, Wikimedia Commons; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Haleakala N.P.: Howcheng, Wikimedia Commons; Hawaii Volcanoes N.P.: Geothermal Education Office; Honolulu: Z001, Wikimedia Commons; Hot Springs N.P.: Jack E. Boucher, Library of Congress; Houston: Houstondude01, Wikimedia Commons; Hudson River: Gryffindor, Wikimedia Commons; Iliamna Lake: National Park Service; Indianapolis: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Isle Royale N.P.: 2006 Todd VerBeek, Wikimedia Commons; Joshua Tree N.P.: © Jarek Tuszynski/Wikimedia Commons; Katmai N.P.: Marshmellow, Wikimedia Commons; Kenai Fjords N.P.: Bbarnucz, Wikimedia Commons; Kings Canyon N.P.: Joseph Cesare, Wikimedia Commons; Lake Clark N.P.: A. Till, U.S. Geological Survey; Lake Erie: Nicholas, Flickr.com; Lake Huron: Guillermo Colom, U.S. Coast Guard; Lake Michigan: Frank Buchalski, Flickr.com; Lake Ontario: Perry Quan, Flickr.com; Lake Superior: Tony DiFalco; Las Vegas: Jon Sullivan, pdphoto,.org, Wikimedia Commons; Lassen Volcanic N.P.: Wing-Chi Poon, Wikimedia Commons; Los Angeles: Asia Travel; Mammoth Cave N.P.: Dave Bunnell; Mesa Verde N.P.: Lorax, Wikimedia Commons; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana: "America's Largest Tonnage Port;" Missouri River: City of Williston; Mount Rainier N.P.: Meckser, Wikimedia Commons; National Park of American Samoa: National Park Service, Wikimedia Commons; New Orleans: Ken Lund, Flickr.com; New York City: Nadavspi/ Shmuel Spiegelman; North Cascades N.P.: Daniel Hershman, Wikimedia Commons; Ohio River: Bed and Breakfast Inns Online; Olympic N.P.: John Hunter, Wikimedia Commons; Kevin Muckenthaler, Wikimedia Commons; Wsiegmund, Wikimedia Commons; Petrified Forest N.P.: Stefan Pauli, Wikimedia Commons; Philadelphia: Bev Sykes; Phoenix: RARA Foundation; Pinnacles N.P.: Brocken Inaglory, Wikimedia Commons; Portland, OR: National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals; Redwood N.P.: Urban, Wikimedia Commons; Rio Grande: John Crossley; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; Rocky Mountain N.P.: Philato, Wikimedia Commons; Saguaro N.P.: Alan Levine; St. Lawrence River: Ad Meskens, Wikimedia Commons; St. Louis: Torger E. Nelson; Salt Lake City: Richardo630, Wikimedia Commons; San Antonio: Zereshk, Wikimedia Commons; San Diego: Vrysxy, Wikimedia Commons; Santa Fe: Asaavedra32, Wikimedia Commons; Sequoia N.P.: Joseph Cesare, Wikimedia Commons; Sierra Nevada: Jeffrey Burton, National Park Service; Theodore Roosevelt N.P.: NPS, Wikimedia Commons; Virgin Islands N.P.: Chris Nelson; Voyageurs N.P.: NPS, Wikimedia Commons; Washington, DC: Aztech New Media; Wrangell-St. Elias N.P.: Douglas Perkins, Wikimedia Commons; Yellowstone N.P.: Women Traveling Together; Yosemite N.P.: Dick Zwiep, Wikimedia Commons; Zion N.P.: Diliff, Wikimedia Commons
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Main Map Legend Canal: Matthew D. Wilson (Lt Powers), Wikimedia Commons; Intermittent lake: Roger469, Wikimedia Commons; International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Interstate highway: ErgoSum88, Wikimedia Commons; Mountain peak: Debbie S. Miller; National capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Other highway: Rt66It, Wikimedia Commons; State boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; State capital: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons
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Land Use Legend: Commercial farming: USDA; Forestry: David Lawrence; No widespread use: Philippe Renault; Nomadic herding: Association PeupleLoup, Flickr.com; Ranching or herding: Nebraskaphotos.com; Urban area: Texas Film Commission
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POLITICAL RELIEF Canada

Main Map Aukavik N.P.: K, David Mech, NOAA, Wikimedia; Auyuittuq N.P.: Ansgar Walk, Wikimedia; Banff N.P.: Gail’s Grapevine; Bay of Fundy: Andres Sepulveda; Bruce Peninsula: Tango7174, Wikimedia; Calgary: Travel Alberta; Canadian Shield: Floydian, Wikimedia; Cape Breton Highlands N.P.: Aconcagua, Wikimedia; Columbia River: Alan Silvester (mascdman), Wikimedia; Eastmain River: Brian Back 1991; Edmonton: Multi-Cultural Homepage; Elk Island N.P.: ceasol, Wikimedia; Ellesmere Island: Günter Köck; Forillon N.P.: Danielle Langlois, Wikimedia; Fundy N.P.: Andres Sepulveda; Georgian Bay Islands N.P.: John Kavanagh, Wikimedia; Glacier N.P.: The Interior, Wikimedia; Grassland N.P.: 1brettsnydder, Wikimedia; Great Bear Lake: MACA; Gros Morne N.P.: Kevin Bunt, Wikimedia; Gulf Island N.P.: scazon, Wikimedia; Gwaii Haanas N.P.: Grizzly01, Wikimedia; Halifax: Halifax Port Authority; Hudson Bay Lowlands: Jean Iron; Interior Plains: Select Registry; Jasper N.P.: Kevstan, Wikimedia; Kejimkujik N.P.: StickmanUK; Kluane N.P.: Gerald Holdsworth, University of Calgary; Kootenay N.P.: Mark Slusarczyk, Wikimedia; Kouchibouguac N.P.: Rick McCharles, Wikimedia; La Maurice N.P.: Mathématicien joyeux, Wikimedia; Lake Erie: Nicholas, Flickr.com; Lake Huron: Guillermo Colom, U.S. Coast Guard; Lake Ontario: Perry Quan; Lake Superior: Tony DiFalco; Mackenzie River: Mike Larkin; Mingan Archipelago N.P.R.: Michel Villeneuve, Wikimedia; Montréal: 2002 Bill Wohler; Mount Logan: Gerald Holdsworth, University of Calgary; Mount Revelstoke N.P.: Alan Silvester, Wikimedia; Nahanni N.P.R.: Gierszep, Wikimedia; Newfoundland: American Forts Network, www.usaforts.com; Ottawa: Sun Media; Pacific Rim N.P.R.: Dbaer, Wikitravel; Point Pelee N.P. Quozl, Wikimedia; Prince Albert N.P.: Fremte, Wikimedia; Prince Edward Island N.P.: Hyoung Tae Kim; Pukaskwa N.P. Gierszep, Wikimedia; Québec (city): Katie Scaher; Quttinirpaaq N.P.: ansgar Walk, Wikimedia; Riding Mountain N.P. Norm Andreiw, Wikimedia; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; Sable Island N.P.R.: Zoe Lucas, www.greenhorsesociety.com; St. Lawrence Islands N.P.: Ad Meskens, Wikimedia; St. Lawrence River: Ad Meskens, Wikimedia Commons; Saskatchewan: Henry Ewert; Sirmilik N.P.: Ansgar Walk, Wikimedia; Terra Nova N.P.: Tango7171, Wikimedia; Torngat Mountains N.P.: Gierszep, Wikimedia; Tuktut Nogait N.P.: Gierszeo, Wikimedia; Toronto: Rafael Barreto; Ukkusilsalik N.P.: Ansgar Walk, Wikimedia; Ungava Peninsula: Pierre Dunningham; Vuntut N.P.: Chris Kyrzyk, Wikimedia; Vancouver: Beaverland International Press; Victoria: N. Dolsak; Wapusk N.P. Ansgar Walk, Wikimedia; Waterton Lakes N.P.: Lee Coursey, Wikimedia; Winnipeg: M Readey, Wikimedia; Wood Buffalo N.P.: Ansgar Walk, Wikimedia; Yoho N.P.: Christain Abend, Wikimedia
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Main Map Legend Canal: Balcer, Wikimedia Commons; International boundary: Wbaron, Wikimedia; Lake and dam: Claude Boucher, Wikimedia; Mountain peak: Gerald Holdsworth, University of Calgary; National capital: Sun Media; National Park: Mathématicien joyeux, Wikimedia; Other highway: Janothird, Wikimedia: Province or territory boundary: Diderot, Wikimedia Commons; Province or territory capital: M Readey, Wikimedia; Trans-Canada highway: Colin Keigher, Wikimedia; Waterfall: M. Schruff
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Major Land Use Legend Farming: The York-Benimaru Foundation; Forestry: Logging and Sawmilling Journal; Nomadic herding: Association PeupleLoup, Flickr.com; No widespread use: Philippe Renault; Ranching or herding: Nebraskaphotos.com; Urban area: 2002 Bill Wohler
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LAND COVER World

Main Map Alps: Ted Scott; Amazon River: Clark and Arlene Radcliffe; Andes Mountains: Veloso Tours; Appalachian Mountains: Aztech New Media; Atlas Mountains: The Geo-Images Project/James Miller; Ethiopian Highlands: Marin Grey; Ganges R.: Aztech New Media Group; Gobi: Infohub Specialty Travel Guide Images; Great Barrier Reef: Great Barrier Reef Helicopter Group; Great Dividing Range: Aztech New Media Group; Great Lakes: Tony DiFalco; Great Plains: Select Registry; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Himalayas: On-The-Matrix/Bruce G. Stumpf; Lake Baikal: Jean Saint-Martin; Mackenzie R.: Mike Larkin; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana, "America's Largest Tonnage Port"; Mt. Everest: Laurent Vivier; Mt. Kilimanjaro: Jungle Photos; Mt. McKinley: Debbie S. Miller; Nile R.: Melissa Bogar; Plateau of Tibet: Laurent Vivier; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; Sahara: L. Balderi/FAO photo; Siberia: Pictures of Siberia/William Sokdenko; Volga R.: Anastasia Sporanskaya
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Main Map Legend Broadleaf forest: Aztech New Media; Canal: Matthew D. Wilson (Lt Powers), Wikimedia Commons; City: Forrest Brown/iStock Photography; Cropland: Select Registry; Glacier: Túrelio through Wikimedia Commons; Grassland: Henry Ewert; Intermittent lake: Roger469, Wikimedia Commons; International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Mountain peak: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; Needleleaf forest: Canadian Pulp & Paper Association; Sand dunes: iTravel/iStock Photography; Semi-desert & desert: Alan Levine; State, province, or territory boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; Tropical rain forest: Bob Krist/Corbis; Tundra: Philipe Renault; Wetland: National Park Service
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LAND COVER United States

Main Map Alaska Range: Frank K., Flickr.com; Anchorage: The Learning Company; Appalachian Mountains: Aztech New Media; Atlanta: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Baltimore: Chuck Szmurlo, Wikimedia Commons; Bering Sea: ra64, Flickr.com; Boston: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Cascade Range: Daniel Hershman, Wikimedia Commons; Colorado River: Bureau of Reclamation; Columbia River: Alan Silvester (mascdman), Wikimedia Commons; Denver: John Maushammer (Morcheeba), Wikimedia Commons; Detroit: English Language Institute, Wayne State University; Everglades: National Park Service; Great Basin: National Park Service; Great Plains: Select Registry; Great Salt Lake: Bobjgalindo, Wikimedia Commons; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Honolulu: Z001, Wikimedia Commons; Houston: Houstondude01, Wikimedia Commons; Hudson River: Gryffindor, Wikimedia Commons; Iliamna Lake: National Park Service; Indianapolis: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Lake Erie: Nicholas, Flickr.com; Lake Huron: Guillermo Colom, U.S. Coast Guard; Lake Michigan: Frank Buchalski, Flickr.com; Lake Ontario: Perry Quan, Flickr.com; Lake Superior: Tony DiFalco; Las Vegas: Jon Sullivan, pdphoto,.org, Wikimedia Commons; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana, "America's Largest Tonnage Port"; Missouri R.: City of Williston; Mojave Desert: © Jarek Tuszynski/Wikimedia Commons; Mt. McKinley: Debbie S. Miller; Mt. Rainier: Meckser; New Orleans: Ken Lund, Flickr.com; New York City: Nadavspi/ Shmuel Spiegelman; Ohio River: Bed and Breakfast Inns Online; Olympic Mountains: Wsiegmund, Wikimedia Commons; Phoenix: RARA Foundation; Portland, OR: National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals; Rio Grande: John Crossley; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; St. Lawrence River: Ad Meskens, Wikimedia Commons; Salt Lake City: Richardo630, Wikimedia Commons; Sierra Nevada: Jeffrey Burton, National Park Service; Sonoran Desert: Alan Levine; Washington, DC: Aztech New Media
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Main Map Legend Broadleaf forest: Aztech New Media; Canal: Matthew D. Wilson (Lt Powers), Wikimedia Commons; Cropland: Select Registry; Glacier: Túrelio through Wikimedia Commons; Grassland: Henry Ewert; Intermittent lake: Roger469, Wikimedia Commons; International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Lake and dam: Bureau of Reclamation; Mountain peak: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; National capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Needleleaf forest: Canadian Pulp & Paper Association; Semi-desert & desert: Alan Levine; State boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; State capital: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Tropical rain forest: Bob Krist/Corbis; Tundra: Philipe Renault; Waterfall: Wikimedia Commons; Wetland: National Park Service
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LAND COVER Canada

Main Map Bay of Fundy: Andres Sepulveda; Canadian Shield: Floydian, Wikimedia; Columbia River: Alan Silvester (mascdman), Wikimedia; Eastmain River: Brian Back 1991; Ellesmere Island: Günter Köck; Great Bear Lake: MACA; Interior Plains: Select Registry; Lake Erie: Nicholas, Flickr.com; Lake Huron: Guillermo Colom, U.S. Coast Guard; Lake Michigan: Frank Buchalski, Flickr.com; Lake Ontario: Perry Quan; Lake Superior: Tony DiFalco; Mackenzie River: Mike Larkin; Mount Logan: Gerald Holdsworth, University of Calgary; Newfoundland: American Forts Network, www.usaforts.com; Ottawa: Sun Media; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; St. Lawrence River: Ad Meskens, Wikimedia Commons; Ungava Peninsula: Pierre Dunningham
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Main Map Legend Broadleaf forest: Aztech New Media; Canal: Balcer, Wikimedia Commons; Cropland: Select Registry; Glacier: Túrelio through Wikimedia Commons; Grassland: Henry Ewert; International boundary: Wbaron, Wikimedia; Lake and dam: Claude Bocher, Wikimedia; Mountain peak: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; ; National capital: Sun Media; Needleleaf forest: Canadian Pulp & Paper Association; Diderot, Wikimedia Commons; Province or territory capital: M Readey, Wikimedia; Semi-desert & desert: Alan Levine; Tropical rain forest: Bob Krist/Corbis; Tundra: Philipe Renault; Waterfall: M. Schruff; Wetland: Chris Kyrzyk, Wikimedia
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SCULPTURAL RELIEF World

Main Map Alps: Ted Scott; Amazon River: Clark and Arlene Radcliffe; Andes Mountains: Veloso Tours; Appalachian Mountains: Aztech New Media; Atlas Mountains: The Geo-Images Project/James Miller; Canadian Shield: Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador; Ethiopian Highlands: Marin Grey; Ganges R.: Aztech New Media Group; Gobi: Infohub Specialty Travel Guide Images; Great Barrier Reef: Great Barrier Reef Helicopter Group; Great Dividing Range: Aztech New Media Group; Great Lakes: Tony DiFalco; Great Plains: Select Registry; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Himalayas: On-The-Matrix/Bruce G. Stumpf; Lake Baikal: Jean Saint-Martin; Mackenzie R.: Mike Larkin; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana, "America's Largest Tonnage Port"; Mt. Everest: Laurent Vivier; Mt. Kilimanjaro: Jungle Photos; Mt. McKinley: Debbie S. Miller; Nile R.: Melissa Bogar; Plateau of Tibet: Laurent Vivier; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; Sahara: L. Balderi/FAO photo; Siberia: Pictures of Siberia/William Sokdenko; Volga R.: Anastasia Sporanskaya
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Legend Canal: Matthew D. Wilson (Lt Powers), Wikimedia Commons; Intermittent lake: Roger469, Wikimedia Commons; International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Mountain peak: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; National capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Sand dunes: Preiselbeere, Wikimedia Commons; State, province, or territory boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; Wetland: National Park Service
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SCULPTURAL RELIEF United States

Main Map Alaska Range: Frank K., Flickr.com; Anchorage: The Learning Company; Appalachian Mountains: Aztech New Media; Atlanta: Daniel Mayer, Wikimedia; Baltimore: Chuck Szmurlo, Wikimedia Commons; Bering Sea: ra64, Flickr.com; Boston: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Cascade Range: Daniel Hershman, Wikimedia Commons; Chicago: Dave and Deb Martin; Colorado River: Bureau of Reclamation; Columbia River: Alan Silvester (mascdman), Wikimedia Commons; Death Valley: Roger469, Wikimedia Commons; Denver: John Maushammer (Morcheeba), Wikimedia Commons; Detroit: English Language Institute, Wayne State University; Everglades: National Park Service; Great Basin: National Park Service; Great Plains: Select Registry; Gulf of Mexico: Net Resource International Limited; Great Salt Lake: Bobjgalindo, Wikimedia Commons; Honolulu: Z001, Wikimedia Commons; Houston: Houstondude01, Wikimedia Commons; Hudson River: Gryffindor, Wikimedia Commons; Iliamna Lake: National Park Service; Indianapolis: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Kilauea: Geothermal Education Office; Lake Erie: Nicholas, Flickr.com; Lake Huron: Guillermo Colom, U.S. Coast Guard; Lake Michigan: Frank Buchalski, Flickr.com; Lake Ontario: Perry Quan, Flickr.com; Lake Superior: Tony DiFalco; Las Vegas: Jon Sullivan, pdphoto,.org, Wikimedia Commons; Los Angeles: Asia Travel; Mississippi River: Port of South Louisiana, "America's Largest Tonnage Port"; Missouri R.: City of Williston; Mojave Desert: © Jarek Tuszynski/Wikimedia Commons; Mt. McKinley: Debbie S. Miller; Mt. Rainier: Meckser; New Orleans: Ken Lund, Flickr.com; New York City: Nadavspi/ Shmuel Spiegelman; Ohio River: Bed and Breakfast Inns Online; Olympic Mountains: Wsiegmund, Wikimedia Commons; Philadelphia: Bev Sykes, Flickr.com; Phoenix: RARA Foundation; Portland, OR: National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals; Rio Grande: John Crossley; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; St. Lawrence River: Ad Meskens, Wikimedia Commons; Salt Lake City: Richardo630, Wikimedia Commons; Sierra Nevada: Jeffrey Burton, National Park Service; Sonoran Desert: Alan Levine
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Main Map Legend Canal: Matthew D. Wilson (Lt Powers), Wikimedia Commons; Desert: Preiselbeere, Wikimedia Commons; Intermittent lake and river: Roger469, Wikimedia Commons; International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Lake and dam: Bureau of Reclamation; Mountain peak: Debbie S. Miller; National capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; State boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; State capital: Daniel Schwen, Wikimedia Commons; Waterfall: Wikimedia Commons; Wetland: National Park Service
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SCULPTURAL RELIEF Canada

Main Map Bay of Fundy: Andres Sepulveda; Canadian Shield: Floydian, Wikimedia; Columbia River: Alan Silvester (mascdman), Wikimedia; Eastmain River: Brian Back 1991; Ellesmere Island: Günter Köck; Great Bear Lake: MACA; Hudson Bay Lowlands: Jean Iron; Interior Plains: Select Registry; Lake Erie: Nicholas, Flickr.com; Lake Huron: Guillermo Colom, U.S. Coast Guard; Lake Michigan: Frank Buchalski, Flickr.com; Lake Ontario: Perry Quan; Lake Superior: Tony DiFalco; Mackenzie River: Mike Larkin; Mount Logan: Gerald Holdsworth, University of Calgary; Newfoundland: American Forts Network, www.usaforts.com; Ottawa: Sun Media; Rocky Mountains: Front Range Publishing/Darren Follinek; St. Lawrence River: Ad Meskens, Wikimedia Commons; Ungava Peninsula: Pierre Dunningham
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Main Map Legend Canal: Balcer, Wikimedia Commons; International boundary: Wbaron, Wikimedia; Lake and dam: Claude Bocher, Wikimedia; Mountain peak: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; National capital: Sun Media; Province or territory boundary: Diderot, Wikimedia Commons; Province or territory capital: M Readey, Wikimedia; Waterfall: M. Schruff; Wetland: Chris Kyrzyk, Wikimedia
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DISCOVERY

Main Map Legend National capital: Kevin McCoy, Wikimedia Commons; Other city: Neville Smythe http://mathmac1.anu.edu.au/~neville; International Boundary: Philip Capper, Flickr.com; State etc. boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; Canal: Matthew D. Wilson (Lt Powers), Wikimedia Commons; Intermittent lake: Roger469, Wikimedia Commons
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Tectonic Plates Map Legend Divergent: Árni Friðriksson; Convergent: On-The-Matrix/ Bruce Gr. Stumpf; Transform: 524403 NARA National Archives and Records Administration; Diffuse zone: Paul Stewart;
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World in 1600 Map Legend Not Countries: Steve Evans, Wikimedia Commons; Country capital: Wikimedia Commons; Other city: Wikimedia Commons
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OUTLINE World

Main Map Legend International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Land: Wolfgang Amri/iStock Photography; Mountains: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; Polar sea ice: www.uwnews.org; River: Delta Queen Steamboat Company; State, province, or territory boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; Water: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography
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OUTLINE United States

Main Map Legend International boundary: Phillip Capper, Flickr.com; Land: Wolfgang Amri/iStock Photography; Mountains: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; Polar sea ice: www.uwnews.org; River: Delta Queen Steamboat Company; State boundary: Ichabod, Wikimedia Commons; Water: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography
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OUTLINE Canada

Main Map Legend International boundary: Wbaron, Wikimedia; Land: Wolfgang Amri/iStock Photography; Mountains: Simon Krzic/iStock Photography; Polar sea ice: www.uwnews.org; Province or terrritory boundary: Diderot, Wikimedia Commons; River: Mike Larkin; Water: Adam Dodd/iStock Photography
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U.S. HISTORY SERIES

UH01 Native Americans
Legend
Arctic: Philipe Renault; Northwest Coast: Kloetzner; Southeast: Kenny Shackleford; Southwest: www.GreatBuildings.com; Middle America: Hanneoria

UH02 Spanish Explorers
Legend
Spanish conquest: Mexa de CSULA

UH03 European Explorers
Legend
Champlain: Editions J.C. Dupont; Jolliet and Marquette: National Archives

UH04 The Great Exchange
Legend
Fruits and vegetables: Erik Möller, Wikimedia; Beans, nuts, and grains: Leticia Delboy; Other plant products: Spartacus Educational; Poultry and livestock: Northwestern University Library, Edward S. Curtis's "The North American Indian," 2003; Diseases: Binghamton University

UH05 European Settlements
Legend
English: Jack Keene; French: Katie Schafer; Dutch: Stockton College; Spanish: Thedoc, http://community.iexplore.com

UH06 Thirteen Colonies
Main Map
callout 1, Fall of New Amsterdam: LOC, LC-USZC4-12217
Legend Regional division: Courtesy of Mount Vernon Ladies' Association

UH07 Slavery in the Americas
Legend
Rice plantations: Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-10293; Tobacco plantations: 1670 painting, Wikimedia; Slave trade route: Mansall Collection/Time Pix

UH08 Revolutionary War
Legend
Land battles British victory: Library of Congress, LC-USZC4-4971; Patriot victory: none; British occupation of city: Library of Congress; Indian nation allied with British: Archives of Ontario, I0013621

UH09 American Expansion
Main Map
callout 1, Louisiana Purchase: NPS; callout 6, Texas Annexation: Library of Congress/© Gerblach Barklow Co., Joliet, Ill.; callout 7, Oregon Country: National Archives; callout 8, Mexican Cession: Battle of Veracruz, by Carl Nebel

UH10 Explorations of the West
Main Map
callout 2, Lewis and Clark: NPS; callout 5, Frémont: Library of Congress, "Pass in the Sierra Nevada of California"
Legend Indian nation: Idaho Public Television

UH11 Trails West
Legend
Oregon and Washington: National Archives; California: California Historical Society, FN-04470; Utah: Tim Quist

UH12 War With Mexico
Main Map
callout 1, Alamo: Library of Congress/© Gerblach Barklow Co., Joliet, Ill.
Legend American victory: Battle of Veracruz, by Carl Nebel

UH13 Slavery Divides the Nation
Legend
Decision left to territory: Kansas State Historical Society, Copy and Reuse Restrictions Apply, www.kshs.org/photos/webuse.htm.; Allowed by Supreme Court: Wikimedia

UH14 Slavery and the Economy
Legend
Corn, wheat: McCormick Reaper, Wikimedia; Cotton: SEAC; Textiles: UMIST

UH15 Union and Confederacy
Legend
CSA slave state: SEAC; Capital of USA or CSA: Spyder_Monkey, Wikimedia

UH16 Civil War
Legend
Union victory: US-civilwar.com; Union naval blockade: Library of Congress, LC-USZC2-3066

UH17 Indian Wars
Legend
1622-1774: Courtesy of Architect of the Capitol, National Statuary Hall Collection; 1775-1819: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1972-26-1360v; 1820-1849: Ellie Crystal; 1865-1889: Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-62749

UH18 Railroads & the West
Legend
Cattle range: Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-34630; Main transcontinental route: Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-132926

UH19 Resources & U.S. Industry
Legend
Steel: Chicago Historical Society; Coal: Rocky Mountain Photo, Denver Public Library

UH20 Immigrants
Legend
1 million or more immigrants: Ellis Island, Immigration Building, 1904, Library of Congress, cph.3a17784; Asia: Chinese residency certificate, Courtesy of The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley

UH21 World War I in Europe
Main Map
callout 1, Franz Ferdinand: Wikimedia Commons
Legend Major battle: Canadian War Museum; Naval action: Lusitania, Bundesarchive, Wikimedia

UH22 Great Depression
Main Map
callout 3, Dust: National Archives
Legend People on relief: National Archives; Banks fail: Library of Congress, ggbain 08923

UH23 World War II, 1939 to 1942
Main Map
callout 1, Warsaw: Centralna Agencja Fotograficzna, Wikimedia; callout 3, Britain: National Archives and Records Administration, Wikimedia
Legend Axis power: Muzej Revolucije Narodnosti Jugoslavije, Wikimedia

UH24 World War II, 1942 to 1945
Main Map
callout 1, El Alamein: Len Chetwyn, Wikimedia; callout 4, D-Day: U.S. Army photograph No. SC 194399, Wikimedia
Legend Allied Power: Army Signal Corps Collection in the U.S. National Archives, Wikimedia

UH25 World War II in the Pacific
Main Map
callout 1, Pearl Harbor: Library of Congress: fsa 8b05023
Legend Atomic bomb attack: United Nations Radio

UH26 The Great Migration
Legend
Major loss, More than 1,000,000: Esther Bubley, LOC from Wikimedia

UH27 Korean War
Oct. 1950-July 1953 Map
callout 1, Mao: www.maoism.org
Legend Controlled by UN forces: Library of Congress, cph 3b18310

UH28 Cold War
Legend
Iron Curtain: Pc fish via Wikimedia; Divided city: Berlin, Oswego City School District Regents Exam Prep Center

UH29 Vietnam War
Legend
North Vietnam and Viet Cong: National Archives and Records Administration; U.S. ground, air, naval forces: U.S. Army

UH30 Persian Gulf War
Legend
Major oil field: U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Wikimedia; UN bomb or missile strike: USAF, Wikimedia; Iraqi missile strike: Scud, Department of Defense

UH31 A Shifting Population
Legend
Population loss: Desmorinder; Large population gain: www.noctrl.edu

UH32 Immigrants
Legend
500,000 or more immigrants: http://www.uscg.mil/history/camarioca1965.asp; March: Jonathan McIntosh, Wikimedia

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WORLD HISTORY SERIES

WH01 Fertile Crescent Empires
Legend
Assyrian Empire: Syracuse University; Babylonian Empire: Martin Heemskerck, Wikimedia

WH02 Ancient Egypt
Legend
Old Kingdom: © Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation; New Kingdom: Alex Embrey; Oasis: L. Baldori/FAO photo; Pyramid: Aztech New Media

WH03 Ancient China
Legend
Trade route: Silk Road (camels), Dr. Christopher Haas; Great Wall: Ahazan, Wikimedia; Desert: Infohub Specialty Travel Guide Images

WH04 Ancient India
Legend
Major Hindu site: © Mark Magidson; Major Buddhist site: Jenny Volpe

WH05 Ancient Greece
Legend
Athens and its allies: Sidath Sonanayako; Athenian troops: Marsyas, Wikimedia; Spartan troops: Grant Mitchell, Wikimedia

WH06 Alexander's Empire
Legend
Route of conquest: Homepage of Agamemnon Varonos; Culture region: GCI Books 1996-2003

WH07 Roman Empire
Main Map
Hadrian's Wall: © Adam Woolfitt/Corbis
Legend Roman Republic, 44 B.C.: (Caesar) © Eric Patterson and Sean Richey

WH08 Barbarians, Roman Empire
Legend
Eastern Empire: none; Barbarian invasion or migration: Geoffrey Ashe

WH09 Silk Road, Eurasian Trade
Main Map
callout 3, Sahara: Ray I. Doan
Legend Tundra or ice: Túrelio through Wikimedia Commons licensed under CC-BY-SA 2.5; Forest: Canadian Pulp and Paper Association; Grass: Henry Ewert; Shrub or desert: L. Baldori/FAO photo; Silk Road: Dr. Christopher Haas

WH10 Byzantine Empire
Legend
Byzantine Empire, 565: History for Kids

WH11 Medieval Europe
Charlemagne Legend
Added by Charlemange: Grandes Chroniques de France, France, Paris
Holy Roman Empire Legend Boundary of the empire, 1250: The Yorck Project, Wikimedia

WH12 Spread of Islam
Legend
In 632: www.crysstala.com; Added by 661: Photograph courtesy of SacredSites.com; Added by 850: William J. Gilmore-Lehne

WH13 The Crusades
Legend
Crusade route: Wikimedia; Crusader victory: Gustave Dore, Wikimedia; Muslim victory: Wikimedia

WH14 China in the Middle Ages
Main Map
callout 5, Invasion arrow: Thomas Chen
Legend Great Wall: Ahazan, Wikimedia; Trade route: Amaury Aubrée-Dauchez

WH15 Mongol Conquests
Legend
Mongol invasions: Thomas Chen

WH16 Shogun Japan
552-1200 Legend
Shogun's capital: Courtesy of the National Museum of Japanese History
1853-1868 Legend Shogun's capital: Courtesy of the National Museum of Japanese History; Domain of rebel lord: Felice Beato, Wikimedia

WH17 Age of Exploration
Legend
Lands known by Europeans: Benjamin Wigton; Trade route: Amaury Aubrée-Dauchez; Portuguese expedition: Carlos Alberto Santos, 1994; Spanish expedition: The Columbus Foundation;

WH18 Maya, Aztec, and Inca
Maya Legend
Maya lands: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Aztec and Inca Legend Aztec Empire: Mexa de CSULA; Aztec capital: Atlantide; Main road: AndyWorldwide LLC

WH19 Europe in the Americas
Exploration Legend
English: Jack Keene; French: Katie Schafer; Spanish: Mexa de CSULA
Land Claims Legend Legend Plantation farming: Spartacus Educational; Fur trapping: beavers-beavers.com; Date city was founded: Thedoc, http://community.iexplore.com

WH20 Ghana, Mali, and Songhai
Main Map
callout 2, Songhai: UNESCO World Heritage Sites http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/1139
Legend Swahili city-state: MysteryBee, Wikimedia; Hausa city-state: Shiraz Chakera, Wikimedia; Trade route: Ray I. Doan

WH21 Ottoman Empire
Legend
Ottoman victory: Bibliotheque nationale de France; Ottoman capital: Jeff Andrews

WH22 Reformation & Response
1560 Map
callout 1: Lucas Cranach, Wikimedia; callout 2: The Yorck Project, Wikimedia; callout 3: Wikimedia
1600 Map callout 1,: Martin Gray; callout 4: Wikimedia
Legend Roman Catholic: Wolfgang Stuck, Wikimedia; Major battle: Carl Wahlbom, Wikimedia

WH23 European Trading Empires
Main Map
callout 3, Elmina: Barry Williams
Legend Major port: Wikimedia; Furs: Milton Achtmichuk; Sugar: Spartacus Educational; Tobacco: United Phosphorus, Inc.; Slaves: National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside

WH24 India and Mughal Empire
1707 Legend
Later Mughal Empire: (Taj) Amal Mongia, Wikimedia; Maratha Kingdom: Aditya Bhelke, Wikimedia
1760 Legend Later Mughal Empire: ©2003 Asia Society; Maratha Kingdom: Aditya Bhelke, Wikimedia

WH25 Independence in the Americas
Main Map
callout 3, Dolores: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, Mexico
Legend Battle for Independence: Library of Congress; Year of Independence: Architect of the Capitol; Liberating army: Pinacoteca del Instituto Nacional Sanmartiniano, Buenos Aires, Argentina

WH26 Napoleon's Europe
Main Map
callout 2, COR: Wikimedia

WH27 Europe After the Congress of Vienna
Main Map
callout 2, Vienna: Jean-Baptiste Isabey in 1819, Wikimedia

WH28 Africa & Foreign Rule
Main Map
callout 2, Egypt: Henry Louis Dupray, Wikimedia; callout 3, Berlin Conference: Albert von Rößler, Wikimedia
Legend Independent: d.r.

WH29 World War I
Main Map
callout 1: FF: Wikimedia; callout 3, Lusitania: Bundesarchive, Wikimedia
Legend Major battle: Canadian War Museum

WH30 World War II
Main Map
callout 1, Poland: Centralna Agencja Fotograficzna, Wikimedia; callout 2, Pearl Harbor: Library of Congress: fsa 8b05023; callout 3, D-Day: U.S. Army photograph No. SC 194399, Wikimedia; callout 5, VE-Day: IWM Collections, Wikimedia; callout 6, VJ-Day: Dick DeMarsico, Wikimedia
Legend Axis control: Time-Life; Atomic bombing: United Nations Radio

WH31 Cold War Conflicts
Legend
Communist: (Stalin) Margaret Bourke-White, Wikimedia; Other conflict: (airlift) USAF, Wikimedia

WH32 World Conflicts Since 1991
Legend
Terrorist attack: J01 Mark D. Faram, USN, Wikimedia; Genocide: Fanny Schertzer

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