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Home...Geography Gifts...How the States Got Their Shapes by Mark Stein

How the States Got Their Shapes by Mark Stein

Influences as diverse as agriculture, politics, racial issues, refueling depots, mountain ranges, rivers all play a role in the defining of state boundaries. Many states were originally quite different in shape than as we know them today. One proposal has Washington's borders extending to east of the continental divide, into much of eastern Oregon, and south into a small portion of current day Wyoming. Natural features, namely the Columbia River, and much politicking gave us our state's present shape.
There are various reasons for a state's shape and "How the States Got Their Shapes" makes them worth reading about!


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