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Northeast Region

aquaculture fish farming
Great Lakes a group pf five freshwater lakes that are located on the border between Canada and the United States
Northeaster a type pf storm that can bring over a foot of snow
Lighthouses these were built because of the Northeast's rocky shores
Amish This group of people do not use electricity or phones due to their religious beliefs
hibernate when animals spend the winter sleeping
Niagara Falls one of the natural wonders that can be found between two of the Great Lakes
Erie Canal this is the most important waterway in the region as it connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean
Appalachian Mountains several mountain ranges make up this in the Northeast
logging when trees are cut down to make paper, furniture, and fuel
Natural Resources granite, marble and coal are examples of these
Manufactured Products Iron, Glass and Steel
Created by: Schoeneck