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By Sean Berlin
Location
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Region-West
State-Washington
Capital-Olympia
Longitude-123.50°West
Latitude-47.97°North
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Rain
Forest
Landforms
• There are many different types of
landforms
• Coastline Pacific Ocean
• Peninsula
• Glacier Capped Mountains
Rialto Beach
Mount Olympus
Culture
• Olympic’s National Park’s culture dates
back thousands of years.
• American Indians have live on the Olympic
Peninsula for thousands of years.
• Explorers, miners, and loggers moved into
the area by the 1800’s.
• Elk are the main living creature in the park
today.
Waterways
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There are many types of bodies of water.
Pacific ocean Elwha River.
Straight of Juan de Fuca.
Hood Canal and Puget Sound.
Rocks and Minerals
• There are many different types of rocks
and minerals in Olympic National Park.
• One rock is salt.
• There are a lot of Sedimentary rocks.
• There are Igneous rocks.
Culture Continued
• The culture in Washington State has
changed over time.
• First the Native Americans came to the
Olympic National park.
• Then the settlers came.
• Now visitors came to the park.