Mississippi Lowlands

By: Calvin


Mississippi Lowlands

The Mississippi lowlands is mainly hills and plains. Most of it is flat and has nice rich soil that is great for farming, that's why you see a lot of farms. The Mississippi lowlands is a great place to sled because of the big hills there. It's also a good place to play tag, ride your bike, etc. you can also run around in the corn maze with your friends. That's the Mississippi lowlands.

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Major Cities

Mississippi Lowlands

  • Has one of its major cities, Kirksville, is where qualifiers for Truman State go for college
  • Is good for farming and growing cotton, soybeans, corn, rice and wheat
  • Has good soil because of many floods
  • Is low and flat
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Recreational Activities

Kansas City's Recreational Activities

  • People go to eat at BBQ resturants
  • People go to jazz concerts
  • People go shopping at stores like Hallmark
  • People go visit the Walt Disney studio or Disney Land/Disney World
  • People go visit Worlds of Fun/Oceans of Fun
  • People go visit the Country Club Plaza to shop for stuff
  • People go visit Union Station to check out Science City and more fun
  • People go visit the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art to look at amazing masterpieces by different artists

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  • Cars/roads
  • Boat
  • Plane
  • Train
  • Hot air balloon
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Missouri River

  • Important for transportation
  • Goes in more than one direction
  • Forms our western border
  • One of the longest rivers in the U.S.A.
  • Can cause floods so people build levees
  • Empties into the Mississippi River in St. Louis

Mississippi River

  • The longest river in the U.S.A.
  • Forms our eastern border

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Environmental Dependence

Here's some things that people rely on in nature

  • Good soil
  • Green grass
  • Lots of trees
  • Good weather

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Mississippi Lowlands

Some adaptations that you have to get used to if you move here from an urban city are kind of hard. Some of the basic ones are:

  • Farming (If you have a farm)
  • Feeding the farm animals (If you have a farm)
  • Collecting the milk and eggs in the morning and afternoon (If you have a farm)
The following ones are a lot more harder:
  • Finding a school
  • Making friends
  • Not getting bullied (If there is a bully)
  • Neighbors
  • Landscape
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