Central America is located at the southern-most part of North America, and comprises the 7 nations of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
The North American continent includes Canada, the United States of America, Mexico, Greenland, the Caribbean islands, and the countries of Central America. Visit this site to view the North America map.
South America was initially settled by Asians who crossed the Bering Strait approximately 4,000 to 5,000 years ago. They migrated southwards, reaching South America via the Isthmus of Panama.
The continent of North America is located in the northern hemisphere and includes Canada, the United States, Mexico, the nations of Central America, Greenland, and the Caribbean Islands.
The first people to come to the North American continent crossed the Bering Sea from Asia. Visit this North American history and culture overview to learn more about North America.
Located on the continent of North America; Mexico is bounded by the USA to the north, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea to the east, the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, and Central America to the southeast.
Browse this newspaper publisher directory for information about newspaper publishers in the United States of America. All directory listings include contact information, category tags, and website links.
Canada borders the United States on the northern side and spans a large portion of North America. Despite the vastness of its size, most Canadian citizens live within 200 miles of the Canadian/US border.
Canada is located on the continent of North America. It is bounded by the United States to the south and the Arctic Ocean to the north. Canada is home to ten Provinces and three Territories.
A collection of general reference maps, thematic maps, and geographical information is known as an atlas. This atlas website features geographic, historic, and tourism information for each state in the USA.
A bush of bright green coffee berries is photographed at a coffee plantation in Costa Rica. The sun reflects off of the berries, evoking feelings of lush, warm tropics.
Chocolate is a food made that is from the beans of cocoa trees. Learn about the two species of cocoa trees are native to Central America and the Amazon River basin in South America.
Browse this adoption agency directory for information about adoption agencies and services in the United States of America. All directory listings include contact information, category tags, and website links.
This website directory, started in 2007, includes a broad selection of categorized website links that are of general interest to English-speaking people in the United States of America.
This coloring page depicts a cardinal, a medium-size songbird with a crested head. These robust birds are widespread and abundant in North America. They have strong beaks, eat seeds, and do not migrate long distances.
The city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, is the capital of the United States of America. Washington, DC history, geography, and travel information are the subjects of this Washington, DC atlas page.
Cattleya orchids come in 113 different varieties; they are native to Costa Rica and the rain forests of South America. These orchids are easy to care for, but they require a lot of humidity and indirect sunlight.
The oddly shaped skull of Leptarctus primus, an extinct weasel relative that lived in North America and Asia about 20 million years ago, has long led to conflicting theories about its diet. ...
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Jefferies upgrades Citigroup's stock to buy from hold, saying the bank is headed toward revenue growth this year, as well as added benefits from growth in Citi's Latin America business.
CNBC. Fri, 22 Feb 2019 12:47 GMT.
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