United States Landforms

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United States Landforms

United States Landforms

Hawaii is a group of islands located off the west coast of California. There are eight islands all together that make up the islands of Hawaii. They are all surrounded by water.

Lake of the Woods is located mainly in Canada but partly in Minnesota. The deepest part of the lake is 310 feet. The lake is 85 miles long.

Mount St. Helen is a volcano located in Washington state. This volcanoe stands 9,600 feet above sea level. In the 19th century, the volcano was relatively active.

The Colorado River runs through Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada and California. The river is 1,450 miles long. 25 million people depend on this river for water. The Hoover Dam was built in this river and also keeps the tempeture of the water at 42 degrees F.


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