How The States Got Their Shapes

Author: Mr. Mark Stein
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061899860
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How the States Got Their Shapes examines: Why West Virginia has a finger creeping up the side of Pennsylvania Why Michigan has an upper peninsula that isn't attached to Michigan Why some Hawaiian islands are not Hawaii Why Texas and ...

How The States Got Their Shapes Too

Author: Mark Stein
Publisher: Smithsonian Institution
ISBN: 1588343154
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Creating The American West

Author: Derek R. Everett
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806146141
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... Smith, State and National Boundaries ofthe United States (Jefferson, NC:
McFarland, 2004); Andro Linklater, The Fabric ofAmerica: How Our Borders and
Boundaries Shaped the Country and Forged Our National Identity (New York:
Walker, 2007); Tegan Hansen andJerry Hansen, State Boundaries ofAmerica:
How, Why and When American State Lines were Formed (Westminster, MD:
Heritage Books, 2007); Mark Stein, How the States Got Their Shapes (New York:
Smithsonian ...


Author: Daniel E. Harmon
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1448800447
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Porter, Adele. Wild About Minnesota Birds: A Youth's Guide to the Birds of
Minnesota. Cambridge, MN: Adventure Publications, 2007. Prosser, Richard S.
Rails to the North Star: A Minnesota Railroad Atlas. Minneapolis, MN: University
of Minnesota Press, 2008. Roberts, Kate. Minnesota 150: The People, Places,
and Things that Shape Our State. St. Paul, MN: Minnesota Historical Society
Press, 2007. Stein, Mark. How the States Got Their Shapes. New York, NY:
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21st Century Geography

Author: Joseph P. Stoltman
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 141297464X
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The border between Virginia and West Virginia also traverses a mountainous
region, but this particular interstate boundary has a distinctive history, as Stein (
2008) noted in his delightful popular review, How the States Got Their Shapes.
Differences of culture and interest had long differentiated residents of
mountainous western counties in Virginia from those living in eastern tidewater
counties where plantation agriculture prevailed. West Virginia split from Virginia
during the Civil War, ...