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North America
GeographyA large landmass in the Western Hemisphere with the Arctic border in the north, the Atlantic border in the East, the Pacific border in the West and the Panama Canal as its southern border.
Geography Teacher Time Line United States History
Geography Continents Time Line US History Satellite Map*
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North American Exploration North America by Mary Virginia Fox
IPL2 Index of North American Books North American Index Guttenburg Project
A World in One Continent A continental Overview of Environmental Issues
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