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5th Geo States 3

Midwest & Rocky Mountain Regions

Capitol - Bismarck State - North Dakota
Capitol - Lincoln State - Nebraska
Capitol - Oklahoma City State - Oklahoma
Capitol - Pierre State - South Dakota
Capitol - Topeka State - Kansas
Geographical Features of Great Plains Great Plains & hills which are a part of the earth’s surface that rises gently above the level of the surrounding land
Great Plains Climate dry climate: dry most# or all# of the year; hot summers# cold to warm winters
Capitol - Boise State - Idaho
Capitol - Cheyenne State - Wyoming
Capitol - Denver State - Colorado
Capitol - Helena State - Montana
Capitol - Salt Lake City State - Utah
Geographic Features of the Rocky Mountian Region Rocky Mountains,Colorado River,Missouri River
Climate of the Rocky Mountain Region dry climate which is dry most, or all, of the year; hot summers, cold to warm winters; and highland climate which vary greatly with elevation
Created by: ekahl5