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Mountain States

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Six states form the Mountain States region of the United States: Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and Idaho. Maps, graphics, and old photos help present an overview of this spectacular region. Describes each state, its size, population, geographic regions, commerce, capital, points of interest, history, and resources. The physical geography of the region keeps its population low, but its tourism high.

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Runtime: 25 minutes 11 seconds

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