http://www.eduplace.com/ss/maps/pdf/americas_phys.pdf

http://www.eduplace.com/ss/maps/pdf/usphys.pdf

North America


Principal Rivers
1. Colorado
2. Columbia
3. Mackenzie
4. Mississippi
5. Missouri
6. Rio Grande
7. Yukon

Principal Mountain Ranges
8. Appalachian
9. Cascade
10. Rocky
Sierra Madre (11. Occidental, 12. Oriental)
13. Sierra Nevada

Other Features
14. Death Valley
15. Great Basin
16. Great Plains


Principal Lakes and Bodies of Water
17. Bering Sea, 18. Bering Strait
19. Great Bear Lake, Canada
Great Lakes (20. Erie, 21. Huron,
             22. Michigan, 23. Ontario, 24. Superior)
25. Great Salt Lake
26. Gulf of Alaska
27. Gulf of California
28. Gulf of Mexico
29. Hudson Bay
30. Lago de Nicaragua

Islands
31. Aleutian Islands
32. Cuba
33. Greenland
34. Hispaniola
35. Jamaica
36. Newfoundland
37. Puerto Rico






South America

Principal Rivers and Bodies of Water
38. Amazon R.
39. Caribbean Sea
40. Lake Maracaibo
41. Lake Titicaca
42. Orinoco R.
43. Paraguay R.
44. Parana R.

Islands
45. Falkland (Malvinas)
46. Galapagos Archipelago
47. Tierra Del Fuego


Regions
48. Andes Mountains
49. Amazon Basin (Selvas)
50. Atacama Desert

How Chile's fogcatchers are bringing water to the driest desert on Earth

http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0308/feature3/map.html

51. Brazilian Highlands
52. Guiana Highlands
53. Patagonia

Grasslands
54. Llanos
55. Gran Chaco
56. Pampas

https://www.worldwildlife.org/places/gran-chaco
























Caribbean Sea, Venezuela 2004
Photo by M. D. Bayle
Death Valley, California 2008
Photo by M. D. Bayle