The five regions of the United States are the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, West and the Southwest. Each region has various English dialects. Each state in each region has its own government, and some religions are more prominent in some regions than in others. Wildlife and landforms are one of the separating factors between the regions.Continue Reading
The Northeast region is the oldest in American history. Playing an important role in the country's economics and culture into the 19th century, this region was where the American Revolution took place. The Southeast region is also called the South. Its states enjoy beaches, and the minimal amount of frost and cold weather allows crops to grow nearly year round.
The Midwest is where most of the grain crops are grown, and this area is frequently referred to as the bread basket of America. The West region of the United States boast mountainous regions, and much of the land is owned by the federal government. California is in this region, and it is here that the various gold rushes took place. The Southeast is the desert region of the country, but the population is growing rapidly, with Arizona seeing the highest amount of growth, as of 2014.Learn more about The Midwest
The states commonly considered part of the Midwest in the United States are Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Smaller divisions of the Midwest are the East North Central Division, West North Central Division, Great Lakes and Great Plains.Full Answer >
The major regions of Vietnam include the Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Mekong River Delta and Red River Delta. The remaining three regions are the North Central Coast, South Central Coast and Central Highlands. In total, Vietnam possesses over 60 individual provinces and five centrally administered cities.Full Answer >
More than 450 landmarks exist in the Midwest; these features exist in the 13 Midwestern states, and include the Little Rock Central High School, Cahokia Mounds, Mount Rushmore, the Charles A. Lindbergh Sr. House, Bear Butte and the Huff Archaeological Site. Midwest landmarks include unique natural features, such as the Great Lakes and Mackinac Island, along with birthplaces and residences of American heroes, including Thomas Edison and Willa Cather.Full Answer >
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Midwest includes 12 states in the north central United States: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Much of the land is classified as plains, which are long stretches of flat grasslands. Temperatures vary greatly by location and season, with cold, snowy winters and hot summers.Full Answer >