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The five regions Nolan

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  • 1. BY NOLAN
  • 2.  North Dakota  Michigan  Wisconsin  Indiana  Iowa  Kansas  Minnesota  Missouri  Ohio  Nebraska  South DakotaIllinois
  • 3.  4seasons  Cold winters  Tornados  Mild summers  Rainy springs  Cooler falls  Thunder storms
  • 4.  Hills  Plains  Mountains  Great lakes  Mississippi river  Pinninsula
  • 5.  Feral or soil  Trees  Corn  Soy beans  Great lakes  Water supply  Iron mining  Copper and sugar  Maple and wheat
  • 6.  Farming  Dairy #1  Manufacturing cars ,cereals ,steel, cheese
  • 7.  MONTANA  WYOMING  COLORODO  UTAH  IDAHO  CALIFORNIA  OREGON  NEVADA  WASHINGTON  HAWII  ALASKA
  • 8.  Cold in mountains  Hawaii is really hot  Hot summers  Mild springs
  • 9.  Death Valley  Gazers  Yellow Stone Park  Desserts  Forests
  • 10.  Alaska Pipeline  Gold  Oil  Snow  Beaches  Water Waves  Minerals/Rockes
  • 11.  Mining  Timber  Soft Ware/computers/techn ology  Tourism  SEMI TRUCK DRIVING
  • 12.  New Mexico  Arizona  Oklahoma  Texas
  • 13.  Tornados  Thunder Storms  Can reach 100 degrees  At night really cold  Really , really hot and dry  Droughts 
  • 14.  Deserts  Grand canyon  Plains  Colorado river  Basin  Rio grande  PLATEUS  Gulf of Mexico   ROCKY MOUNTAINS  VALLEYS  GRAND KIVA
  • 15.  Corn  Chilly Peppers  Pottery  Spicy Peppers  Cattle  Cactus
  • 16.  Johnson Space center  Beef producing  Oil  Natural Gas  Texas Rice  Farming  Copper Ore  Copper mining  Shrimping  Wheat
  • 17.  Arkansas  Louisiana  Mississippi  Alabama  Georgia  Kentucky  South Carolina  Florida  North Carolina  Virginia  West Virginia  Tennessee  Porto Rico  Virgin Island
  • 18.  Hurricanes  LOTS OF FLOODS  LOTS OF RAIN  WARM ALL YEAR  Mild weather
  • 19.  MOUNTIANS  CAVES  EVER GLADES  ISLANDS  SWAMPS  GULF OF MEXICO  PLAINS  OCEANS  RIVERS
  • 20.  SPACE SHUTTLES  COTTON  CLOTHING  CANS  OIL  DAIRY  FARMING  OIL  PINEAPPLE  COAL  MEDICIN  TOBACCO  FERNITURE  ORANGES  PEANUTS  PLASTIC  GASOLINE  MINING
  • 21.  CRAWFISH  JUICE  MARDI GRAS  BEADSPICKERS  QUILT BUILDING  NITTING  WOOD BUILDING
  • 22.  MAINE  NEW HAMPSHIRE  CONNETICUT  MASSECHUETTES  NEW YORK  MARYLAND  PENNISULVANIA  VERMONT  NEW JERSEY  DELAWARE  WASHINGTON  RHODE ISLAND
  • 23.  Really Hot In Summer  Bad Weather springs  Really Cold Winters
  • 24.  MOUNTAINS  FORESTS  LAKES  RIVERS  OCEANS
  • 25.  POTATOS  DAIRY  WHEATS  FISH  SHELLFISH  BUTTER  BRIDES  CORN  TOMATOS  ERIE CANAL  APPLES  CHEESE  HUDSON RIVER
  • 26.  COAL  FISHING  WHALE OIL  COTTON  WOOL  CLOTH  LOBSTERS  CRAB  OYSTERS  CLAMS  CORY  MINING  STONE  LOGGING  MANUFACTURING
  • 27.  Slavery  Lots of music  It’s by the sunbelt