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[[start page]] CONTENTS WAYS TO TRAVEL HIKING 4 AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES 4 TRAINS 4 PLANES 4 PLANNING YOUR TRIP ITINERARY 5 PASSPORTS AND VISAS 5 IMMUNIZATION 5 MONEY, HOW TO CARRY 6 CLOTHES 7 BAGGAGE 7 THESE UNITED STATES NORTHEAST 8 SOUTHEAST 8 CENTRAL 9 SOUTHWEST 9 NORTHWEST 10 ALASKA 10 HAWAII 11 NATIONAL PARKS 11 GREAT LAKES AND NIAGARA FALLS 15 PORTO RICO 16 CANADA FRENCH CANADA, QUEBEC 16 MARITIME PROVINCES 16 CANADIAN ROCKIES 17 CANADIAN CITIES 17 2 [[end page]] [[start page]] CONTENTS—(Continued) INDIANS OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA ARCHEOLOGY 17 CEREMONIES 17 ARTS 17 LATIN AMERICA MEXICO 18 THE WEST INDIES 19 BERMUDA 19 PANAMA 20 SOUTH AMERICA ARGENTINA 20 BRAZIL 20 PARAGUAY AND URUGUAY 21 CHILE 21 BOLIVIA AND PERU 21 THE INCAS 21 ECUADOR AND COLUMBIA 22 VENEZUELA 22 CUSTOMS OF THE UNITED STATES TRAVEL OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES 22 MISCELLANEOUS STATE NICKNAMES AND FLOWERS 14 ALTITUDES IN THE UNITED STATES AND POSSESSIONS 22 PRINCIPAL AMERICAN LAKES AND GREAT LAKES 23 SOURCES OF FURTHER INFORMATION 24 3 [[end page]]
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