War Of 1812 (Voices from the Past)

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Some brought useful skills, some did not. Major earthquakes destroyed San Francisco in 1906 and Anchorage, Alaska, in 1964, and the San Andreas Fault in California still causes frequent earth tremors. As of 2002, an estimated 33.1 million immigrants (legal and illegal) lived in the United States. Poverty Point culture is a Late Archaic archaeological culture that inhabited the area of the lower Mississippi Valley and surrounding Gulf Coast. Overfishing on Georges Bank seriously depletes halibut stocks in those waters.

Pages: 64

Publisher: 21st Century; 1st edition (December 9, 1997)

ISBN: 0805028463

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