Annenberg Media: Interactives: United States History Map

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A great review for the older elementary and middle school student. This interactive map site reviews the geographic features and regions of the United States and includes a game for students to locate individual states. Following are various interactive games that follow the history of the United States geographically, including information about the Native American tribes, the colonizing of North America, and the expansion of the United States.

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