Archive for the ‘Civilization’ Category
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Even though its historical provenance is dubious, Plymouth Rock has had a tumultuous history all its own. After emerging as a colonial symbol of liberty, the stone has been moved from place to place, split it two and whittled away at by souvenir hunters. Still, the Pilgrims’ purported landing place endures. Explore the real history of Plymouth Rock on the website History: click HERE.
Look at this map of the United States:
If you are given the name of a state, can you place it on the map? Click HERE!
If you feel confident and would like to try a more difficult game, click HERE.
Now, can you name all the states in less than 10 minutes? Click HERE and give it a try!
Learn more about the 50 states on these websites:
Regional definitions vary from source to source. As defined by the Census Bureau, the Western United States include 13 states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaï, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. In turn, this region is sub-divided into Mountain and Pacific areas.