THE GREAT PLAINS
the bread basket of the united states
The civil war was mostly fought in the great plains and slavery was prominent in the south of the great plains.
When settlers first explored the great plains they used the most available resource to make there homes, dirt. The ground in the great plains was outstanding for farming and was called the bread basket of the U.S. because it was the main supply of the nation's wheat used to make bread.
What the land lacked in features to take cover behind in the event of an attack made up for the open and far out view of the surrounding areas.
most of the people living in the great plains are strong Catholics
Most of the artwork and assumtions made about the scenery and landscape of the great plains is giant fields of crops and rollin green hills.
And used to supply goods across the nation. When plains were invented
They were mainly used to irrigate and dust the crops with pesticides.
Cars are now mainly used to get across the great plains.
2 examples of modifications are that people made farms in the fertile soil to provide their family with food to survive in the plains. These days they make wind turbines to harness the great plains roaring winds to create power for families all across the nation.