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The U.S. is often thought of as a nation connected by roads—since the 1960s the Interstate Highway has defined American culture and led to untold economic prosperity. But a new map of the nation’s rivers tells a very different story.
Water, water everywhere; Mark Twain would be thrilled...!
Seriously, I could stare at this map all day. It is REALLY cool. I'm thinking of all kinds of discussion it could bring to the classroom!
Seeing this map really shows why almost all places in the U.S. have been inhabited before the industrial era.