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SOL 2:review

Physical features of the great plains flatlands that rise gradually from east to west land eroded by wind and waater
climate of the great plains low rainfall,and frequent dust storms
Inventions of the great plains Barbed wire,steel plows,windmills,and railroads
adaptations of the great plains dry farming:sod houses:beef cattle:and wheat farming
how did advances in transportation link natural resources Basically the railroads moved natural resources to factories,and then the factories shipped resources to the markets
manufacturing cities and their industries Textile industry:New england Automobile industry:Detroit Steel industry:Pittsburgh
seven regions Pacific,Rocky mountains,Midwest,Northeast,Southwest,Southeast,Noncontiguous
Pacific States :Washington,oregon,and,california
Rocky Mountain States Montana,colorado,utah,nevada,wyoming,Idaho
Noncontiguous states Alaska,and Hawaii
Southwest Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona
Midwest: Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota
Southeast Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama,Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas
Northeast: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
Northeast: – New York – Boston – Pittsburgh – Philadelphia
Southeast: – Washington, D.C – Atlanta – New Orleans
Midwest: – Chicago – St. Louis – Detroit
• Southwest – San Antonio, – Santa Fe
Western (Rocky Mountains – Denver – Salt Lake City
Pacific: – San Francisco – Los Angeles – Seattle
Noncontiguous: – Juneau – Honolulu
Created by: djohn