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  1. Mexico (27255 bytes)
    72: ...the northernmost state of [[Coahuila y Tejas]] to hundreds of immigrant families from the United State...
    74: ... northernmost portion of the northern state of Coahuila y Tejas. Both areas sought independence from t...
    107: *6.[[Chihuahua]]
    108: *7.[[Coahuila]]
    137: [[image:Mx-map.png|thumb|540px|right|Map of Mexico]]
  2. Costa Rica (12931 bytes)
    63: [[image:NicoyaCeramics.jpg|thumb|left|140px|Pre-Columbian Ceramics from Nicoya, ...
    67: ...entral America]]) from [[1823]] to [[1839]]. In [[1824]], the capital moved to [[San Jos鬠Costa Rica|Sa...
    71: [[Image:Costa Rica fishing boat.jpg|thumb|left|140px|<i>Rich Coast:</i> fishermen set sai...
    82: [[Image:Costa Rica provinces.png|thumb|Provinces of Costa Rica]]
    98: [[image:costarica.jpg|thumb|left|140px|A pond in Costa Rica]]
  3. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    42: *[[Lafayette Bunnell]], (1824-1903), described [[Yosemite Valley]]
    140: ...p it to [[Albany, New York|Albany]], discovered [[Hudson Bay]]
    141: *[[Alexander von Humboldt]], (1769-1859), German naturalist, explored...
    142: *[[Hamilton Hume]] - [[Australia]]n explorer
    192: *[[Hugh McNeil]], Lewis and Clark Party member
  4. List of people by name: Ai (1915 bytes)
    9: *[[ɴienne Aignan|Aignan, ɴienne]], (1773-1824), translator, political writer, librettist, playw...
    14: *[[Arthur Aikin|Aikin, Arthur]], (1773-1854), English chemist and mineralogist
  5. Rose (15436 bytes)
    21: There are more than a hundred [[species]] of wild roses, all from the nort...
    47: *''[[Rosa persica]]'' (syn. ''Hulthemia persica'', ''R. simplicifolia'')
    55: | [[Image:4TR_18_roses.jpg|thumb|right|Rose 'Z&eacute;pherine Drouhin']]
    57: | [[Image:16a_flower2.jpg|thumb|right|Rose 'Sarah van Fleet']]
    59: | [[Image:Roses_23.jpg|thumb|right|'K?in der Rosen', a modern Hybrid Tea ros...
  6. President of the United States (42878 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Seal_us_presdent.jpg|200px|thumb|[[Seal of the President of the United States]]]...
    21: ...lfilled this duty in emergencies. See [[Sarah T. Hughes]].
    27: [[Image:George-Washington.jpg|200px|right|thumb|'''[[George Washington]]''', 1st President (178...
    51: ...dependence|Declaration of Independence]] and was thus arguably the first president who was not born a ...
    136: ...ublican Party (United States)|Republican]] || [[Schuyler Colfax]] and [[Henry Wilson]]{{ref 5}}
  7. James Monroe (11107 bytes)
    118: ...rty (United States)|Republican Party]] split in [[1824]], fielding four separate candidates.}}
  8. John Quincy Adams (11783 bytes)
    10: | place of birth=[[Braintree]], [[Massachusetts]]
    22: ...the bar and commenced practice in [[Boston, Massachusetts]].
    26: He was elected to the [[Massachusetts]] State Senate in [[1802]], and was an unsuc...
    36: [[Image:john_quincy_adams_stamp.JPG|thumb|right|John Quincy Adams postage stamp]]
    37: ...sidential election, 1824|Presidential election of 1824]], none of the candidates were able to secure a m...
  9. Andrew Jackson (23546 bytes)
    18: ... who had lived on the American [[frontier]], and thus the first not primarily associated with one of t...
    32: ... Presidency in [[U.S._presidential_election,_1824|1824]], Jackson received a plurality of both the popul...
    41: [[Image:andrew_jackson_20bill.jpg|thumb|right|Andrew Jackson is depicted on the U.S. $2...
    68: [[Image:JacksonAssassinationAttempt.jpg|thumb|right|200px||The etching of the assassination a...
    73: ... President. She had supposedly divorced her first husband, Col. Lewis Robards, but there were question...
  10. Martin Van Buren (21629 bytes)
    33: ...08]], moved from Kinderhook to [[Hudson, New York|Hudson]], and in [[1816]] he took up his residence i...
    39: ...ground against them. He voted for the tariff of [[1824]], then gradually abandoned the [[protectionist]]...
    41: ...sidential election, 1824|presidential election of 1824]] he appeared as a strong supporter of [[William ...
    65: ... and his nomination obviously failed to arouse enthusiasm or even inspire confidence. The revolt again...
  11. Franklin Pierce (19017 bytes)
    29: ...Northampton, Massachusetts|Northampton]], [[Massachusetts]], studying under Governor [[Levi Woodbury]]...
    40: ...h;[[1843]]) at the age of four from [[epidemic typhus]]. Benjamin "Bennie" Pierce ([[1841]]&ndash;[[18...
    43: [[Image:ElectoralCollege1852-Large.png|300px|thumb|right|The electoral map of the 1852 election.]]
    49: ... him prevail over Scott, whose anti-slavery views hurt him in the South. Scott's advantage was a known...
    51: ...state except [[Kentucky]], [[Tennessee]], [[Massachusetts]], and [[Vermont]]. The total popular vote w...
  12. Australia (39438 bytes)
    55: ... of Port Jackson taken from South Head.jpg|200px|thumb|left|View of [[Port Jackson]], taken from the S...
    56: ... he recommended that it be officially adopted. In 1824 the British Admiralty finally accepted that the c...
    62: ...:Endeavour replica in Cooktown harbour.jpg|240px|thumb|right|Lieutenant [[James Cook]] charted the Eas...
    63: ...h-east Asia]]. Most Indigenous Australians were [[hunter-gatherers]] with a complex oral culture and s...
    66: ...|260px|thumb|left|[[Port Arthur, Tasmania|Port Arthur]], [[Tasmania]] was Australia's largest penal co...
  13. Madagascar (29377 bytes)
    53: ...ts along the east coast. From about [[1774]] to [[1824]], it was a favorite haunt for [[pirate]]s, inclu...
    76: ...d by the [[FFKM]] (Malagasy Christian Council of Churches) drafted a new Constitution. Troops guarding...
    156: [[Image:Ma-map.png|thumb|Map of Madagascar. ''Nosy'' means ''island'' in...
    207: ... that should be abandoned. Many of the Christian churches are influential in politics. In the coastal ...
    218: ...rnal and Paternal Lineages. ''American Journal of Human Genetics, 76:894-901, 2005.''
  14. Greece (54754 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Myconos 12.jpg|thumb|200px|Windmills on the Island of Myconos, Greec...
    70: [[Image:Ac.christimage.jpg|thumb|right|250px|The most famous of the surviving By...
    78: ... in Greece. Many of the most important Byzantine churches in and around Athens, for example, were buil...
    85: [[Image:Vryzakis.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Theodore Vryzakis, ''The sortie of ...
    87: ...ctly speaking a "Greek" church &mdash; the Greek Church was instituted after the liberation). The Gre...
  15. Jamaica (16893 bytes)
    67: ...over 77,000 tons of sugar annually between 1820 - 1824, which was achieved through the massive use of im...
    128: The climate in Jamaica is tropical, with hot and humid weather, although inland regions have a more t...
    139: ...mage:alligator_pond_Jamaica_fishing_boats_gm.jpg|thumb|Fishing boats and bauxite cargo ships share the...
    150: Over the past several decades, hundreds of thousands of Jamaicans have [[emigration...
  16. Malaysia (27892 bytes)
    69: [[Image:KLCC_PetronasTowers.JPG|thumb|300px|Kuala Lumpur's landmark, the Petronas Twi...
    80: ...lo-Dutch Treaty of 1824|Anglo-Dutch Treaty]] of [[1824]].
    86: ...der the rule of the Sultanate of Sulu, whilst the huge jungle territory of [[Sarawak]] was the persona...
    106: [[Image:Malaysiaparliament.jpg|thumb|Parliament]]
    141: [[Image:My-map.png|thumb|right|450px|Map of Peninsular and East Malaysia...
  17. Blacktip Reef Shark (3751 bytes)
    12: ...oy]] & [[Joseph Paul Gaimard|Gaimard]] | date = [[1824]]}}
    23: ...let (fish)|mullet]]. It has occasionally attacked humans, although most attacks are thought to be case...
    25: ==Reproduction, behavior, and interaction with humans==
    29: ...c Whitetip Shark]]s, they are often curious about human activity in water, especially by [[scuba divin...
  18. Pennsylvania (32594 bytes)
    96: ...|Michael Fitzpatrick]] (R, 8th District); [[Bill Shuster]] (R, 9th District); [[Don Sherwood]] (R, 10t...
    105: [[Image:National-atlas-pennsylvania.png|thumb|300px|Pennsylvania cities and rivers]]
    113: [[Image:Pauds.jpg|thumb|right|A sample version of the current Pennsylva...
    121: ...mage:Farming near Klingerstown, Pennsylvania.jpg|thumb|200px|Farming near Klingerstown, Pennsylvania.]...
    125: ...ate Company]] in Hershey, Pennsylvania; Heinz ketchup and Heinz-57 sauce from the [[H. J. Heinz Compan...
  19. Santa Fe, New Mexico (9224 bytes)
    3: ...50px|San Miguel Chapel in Santa Fe is the oldest church structure in the US. The [[adobe]] walls were ...
    6: [[Image:NewMexico_state_map.jpg|thumb|250px|Image provided by [http://classroomclipar...
    8: [[Image:NewMexicoCapitolSantaFe.jpg|thumb|200px|left|Capitol Building]]
    42: [[Image:NewMexicoPalaceSantaFe.jpg|thumb|200px|left|Palace of the Governors, 1609-10]]
    45: ...s formalized in the [[1824 Constitution of Mexico|1824 Constitution]]. In 1848 New Mexico was acquired ...
  20. List of people by name: Y (12717 bytes)
    13: *[[Elihu Yale|Yale, Elihu]] (1649-1721), [[Yale University]] benefactor
    47: ...68-1837), U.S. lawyer, Governor of New York (1823-1824)
    62: *[[Chuck Yeager|Yeager, Chuck]] (b. 1923), US pilot, broke [[sound barrier]]
    69: *[[A. B. Yehoshua|Yehoshua, A. B.]], author of ''Mr. Mani''
    86: *[[Yi Jachun]], ([[1315]] - [[1360]]),[[Yuan Dynasty]] office...

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