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How the states got their shapes
Mark Stein
Adult Nonfiction E180 .S74 2008

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Mark Stein walks the reader through a virtual geographic tour of our fifty states, describing how each of them got its unique northern, southern, eastern and western borders.

While initially interesting, by the time the reader is about halfway through, it starts to feel repetitive. For example, once you’ve read about how Iowa got its northern border, reading about how Minnesota got its southern border feels redundant. Still, an interesting lesson in history and politics.
posted Jun 24, 2009 at 2:15PM
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