Where in Indian Country?

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Indian Country, USA

One of the largest and most diverse countries in the world, the United States of America is filled with monuments that speak to its rich history and landscape. Monuments to humans and their accomplishments have been around for millennia. Many monuments represent the wars and warriors of the nation. Others represent gods and animals. Some are natural wonders with myths revolving around their formation. Others are what remain from when our Pueblo ancestors inhabited the lands. Match the image displayed with the list of monuments below. A brief description of each is included on the following slides. Can you use physical and cultural geography clues to match the aerial imagery provided with its correct location? Identify the 15 monuments around Indian Country using the descriptions provided. In so doing, you are thinking spatially and considering geography, culture, climate, landforms, land use, and other factors to determine the correct answers.

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Where in Indian Country?
John Janzen

I love these detective games. This is nicely organized and detailed. The descriptions have enough clues to find the right match but aren't too obvious. I didn't get 100% right. A good challenge. Nice job Shanon.