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September 28, 2010 GEOG #1 Mexico City #2 Mt. Orisaba #3 Guadalajara #4 Puerto Vallarta…Sierra Madre del Sur goes to #17 Oaxaca #5 The Mexican Plateau #6 Sierra Madre Oriental #7 Monterrey #8 Brownsville #9 Nuevo Loredo #10 El Paso #11 Nogales #12 Tijuana #13 Baja California Sur #14 Sonora #15 Carmen Basin #17 Oaxaca #16 Acapulco #18 The Isthmus of Tehuantepec #19 Mexico Oil Bonanza, Cantrall Oil Field #20 Middle America Trench #21 Motagua Fan #22 Yucatan; Limestone base #23 Cancun #24 Chiapas #25 Guatemala City #26 Petén Lowlands #27 Sinaloa #28 Havana #29 ------------------------------------------- #30 Cayman Island #31 Kingston, Jamaica #32 #33 Hispaniola #34 Puerto Rico #35 Basse-Terre Valley, Guadeloupe, Montserrat #36 St. Georges, Grenada #37 Trinidad and Tobago #38 Darien #39 Panama #40 Costa Rica #41 Nicaragua #42 Honduras #43 El Salvador
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12% of Mexico speaks indigenous languages 30% of Mexicans live like indigenous peoples Mexico has: #1 Petroleum #2 Tourism #3 Remittances
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2010 for the course GEOG 100 taught by Professor Herlihy during the Fall '08 term at Kansas.

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