Southeast Region Created by: Ethan Merry & Matthew Lewis
Climate Louisiana has the warmest summer is 82 degrees F. Kentucky has the coldest January temperature which is 34 degrees F. The yearly precipitation for the Southeast region is about 606 in a year includes snowfall and rainfall Warm to hot summers and mild winters are typical of this regions climate.
States Included Arkansas, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, Florida, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, and Alabama.
Large Cities Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Little Rock, Nashville, Louisville, Tallahassee, Richmond, Charlotte, Atlanta, Columbia, Huntsville, Montgomery, Jackson, Orlando, Tampa, and Miami.
Exports/Economy Mining-oil, Zine, Coal, Iron, and Natural gas.
Tourist Attractions Stone Mountain, Mammoth Cave, and St. Augustine.
Important Geographical Features Great Smokey Mountains, Appalachian Mountains, and Blue Ridge Mountains.
Transportation Cars, Trucks, Semis, Boats, and Planes.
Food Fishing-Shrimp, Fish, Clams, Lobsters, and Scallops. Farming-Beef, Fruits, Hogs, Poultry, Rice, Sugarcane, and Vegetables
Native Plants and Animals Native Plants: Saw Palmetto, Corn, Oak, Tobacco, Moss, Cypress, Saw Grass, and Groud. Animals: Frogs, Toads, Rabbit, Deer, Alligators, Cranes, Doves, Bowfins, and Catfish.
Native Languages Muskogean, Alganquian, Iroquoian, and Sioun Languages. We found these languages at Google.
Famous People Hernando DeSoto-Spanish Explorer James Madison-4th President Martin Luther King Jr.-Civil Rights Leader Abraham Lincoln- 16th President
Major Landforms Great Smokey Mountains, Appalachian Mountains, Coastal Plains, Big Cypress Swamp, Blue Ridge Mountains.