Geography
Government
Economics
Social
US/Canada
100

The imaginary lines that go from east to west (flat).

What is Latitude? 

100

Government has limits, people have power. 

What is limited government? 

100
Agriculture

What is the primary sector? 

100

food, language, tradtions, customs, music

What is culture? 

100

50 states

What is the number of states in the U.S.? 

200

The imaginary lines that go from north to south (long).

What is Longitude?

200

Government has total power. People have little to no rights. 

What is unlimited government. 

200

Factories

What is the secondary sector?

200
spreading of one's culture to another 

What is cultural diffusion? 

200

European immigrants

Who settled in the U.S.? 

300

The hemisphere that is above the equator.

What is Northern Hemisphere? 

300

Ancient Greece and Rome. 

What is the origin of democracy? 

300

Wholesale/Retail/Services

What is the tertiary sector? 

300

moving from one country to another

What is migration? 
300
British and French 

Who settled in Canada? 

400

An area of land that is boarded by water on three sides. 

What is a penninsula?

400

Voting 

What is a characteristic of democracy? 

400

Government is in control of the economy, tells what to do and sell. 

What is Command Economy? 

400

Native cultures

What culture was originated in North America (U.S. and Canada)? 

400

Northern Hemisphere

What hemisphere is the U.S. and Canada at? 

500

Near rivers and waterways.

Where do people settle? 

500

Ruled by one

What is a Dictatorship? 

500

Citizens can freely choose what business to open and what jobs to do? 

What is free enterprise or market economy? 

500

Europe

What country did most immigrants come from? 
500

Ottawa

What is the capital of Canada?

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