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Potter Hing Potter Reba Bailey English 102 2 March 2011 Paragraph Introduction Ideas 1) It all began with 13 colonies. Territories created in the early days of what is now the great land of the free and home of the brave. Today we have fifty states, all created out of necessity for the growing Union. But, how did these states become to be and why are some bigger than others or oddly shaped at some points? Did you ever notice that Missouri has a boot heel? Why is that? Why does Idaho have a panhandle? Shouldn’t Idaho be about the same on all sides? And what gives with all the jagged border lines of the Appalachian states? It can be concluded that each state’s borders, or shapes, were designed with some purpose in mind, but what are they? Couldn’t Texas just forgo their small panhandle in the north and give it to Oklahoma? While that’s happening, why doesn’t Michigan just give their northern territory to Wisconsin? That would make more sense right? Well, as a matter of fact, there are answers for all these questions. Some of them reasonable, and some of them actually comical. So, how did
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