Facts about the 5 U.S. Regions

By Alex B.

The Northeast

The Northeast is a small state even though there is eleven states. It's small becuase they have the smallest state in the country (Rhode Island) and Delaware, Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maryland aren't to big either. There is also New York, Maine, and Pennsylvania.

There are bogs that holds cranberries. The are better off close to water. There are also vineyards and grapes grow in them. They both grow in the region of the Northeast.

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The Southeast

The Southeast has twelve states and it includes Florida, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia. The Southeast is good for crops, becuase it sits by a lot of water. There are nine crops. They are oranges, soybeans, sugercane, rice, cotton, corn, tobacco, peaches, and peanuts.
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The Midwest

The Midwest has twelve states. They are North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. The Midwest states can be put in two catagories. One is to the west and it is called the Plain states and to the east is the Great lake states. There are three main crops. They are corn, soybeans, and wheat. In Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio grow nearly half of the corn in the United States of America.
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The Southwest

The Southwest has only four states! They are Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Arizona. The Rocky Mountains go through the Southwest. Arizona has the famous Grand Canyon. They have the second biggest state (Texas).
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The West

The West has eleven states and they are Alaska(largest state is the US), Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. There are eighteen agriculture things. They are apples, broccoli, livestock, cherries, crabs, forest products, grapes, lettuce, nuts, pineapples, potatoes, plums, salmon, strawberries, suger beets, tomatoes, tuna, and wheat.
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