Regions

Southeastern

History

  • Native Americans :Native Americans within the boundaries of the present-day,United States (including indigenous people of Alaska and Hawaii) are composed of numerous,distinct tribes and ethnic groups,many of which survive as intact political communities.


Gold Rush

  • The California Gold Rush began on January 24,1849,when gold was found by James W. Marshal at Sutter's Mill in Coloma,California.


Indian Removal

  • The Indian Removal Act, was a law for the removal of the Indians of lands east of the Mississippi River.The act received a lot of support from the southern states,who desired the lands inhabited by the Native American tribes.


Landforms

The Piedmont plateau located in the Eastern United States between the Atlantic Coastal Plain and the Appalachian Mountains stretching from New Jersey in the north to central Alabama in the south.The Piedmont Province is a physiographic province of the larger Appalachian division.The province consists of the Piedmont Upland and the Piedmont Lowlands sections.


Coast

The land along or near a sea or ocean.


Mountain

Appalachian Mountain

Famous People

  • Rosa Parks: Born on : February 4,1913 -October 24, 2005
Rosa Parks: Is an African American civil rights activist whom the U.S congress called her "the first lady of civil rights"and the mother of freedom movement.


National Monuments

National Monuments:The Washington D.C Monument is the most prominent structure in Washington D.C.The 555-foot,5-1\"marble obelisk honors the nations founding father George Washington,who led the Continental Army to victory....and then became the nations first president under the constitution.

Lincoln Memorial

The Lincoln Memorial is and American national monument built to honor the 16th President of the United States,Abraham Lincoln.It is located in the National Mall in Washington D.C. across from the Washington Monument.The architect Henry Bacon,the sculptor of the primary statue.

Jefferson Memorial

The Thomas Memorial is a Presidential Memorial in Washington D.C. dedicated to Thomas Jefferson,an American Founding Father and the 3rd President of the United States.The neoclassical was designed by the architect John Russel Pope and built by the Philadelphia contractor John McShain


Natural Resources

Forests- timberland.
Farmland-cotton,corn,strawberries,wheat,tomatoes.
Mining-minerals.


Manufacturing

Electronics,chemicals,plastic.


Agriculture

Farming,raising cows,housing.


Climate

This yearly rainfall for SE Region is about 606 in. a year.....That includes snowfall and rainfall.


Continuing Famous People

Martin Luther King Jr.

Born:January 15,1929-April 4,1799

Cause of Death-gunshot

Height-5'6"

Explorers

De Soto,First European,Ponce De Leon,Spanish searching for gold, La Salle,Great Lakes to Mississippi claimed all lands for King Louis and named it Lousianna.


Ending Famous People

George Washington:

Born on:Febuary 22,1732-December 14,1799

Spouse:Martha Washington

1st President