North American Geography by Letter - D

Identify these geographic things that are related to North America.
Ignoring "the"
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The "Mile High" city
Denver
The D.C. in Washington D.C.
District of Columbia
One of the major airports that serves the above area
Dulles
The first US state to ratify the Constitution
Delaware
A city in North Carolina, or a historic county in Ontario
Durham
Island nation that is the largest and most northerly of the Windward Islands
Dominica
One of the hottest places on Earth, and lowest elevation in North America
Death Valley
Highest North American mountain peak, formely known as Mt. McKinley
Denali
Country that controls the eastern half of Hispaniola
Dominican Republic
"Mo-town"
Detroit
Largest city in Iowa
Des Moines
Metro-area partner of Fort Worth
Dallas
Puerto Rico municipality named after a mythical city of gold
Dorado
National park at the western end of the Florida Keys
Dry Tortugas
Florida NASCAR racetrack location where Dale Earnhardt lost his life
Daytona Beach
Central Mexican state with the second-lowest population density
Durango
Regency-era castle and park located in Hamilton, Ontario
Dundurn Castle
Pass named for settlers that resorted to cannibalism
when they were trapped there by heavy snowfall
Donner Pass
City that represented the terminal end of the Oregon Trail
Dalles, The
Canadian park that is one of the richest fossil sites in the world
Dinosaur Provincial Park
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