The Midwest area of the United States has a variety of major landforms, but the bulk of the area is taken up by grasslands known as The Great Plains. The Midwest is bordered on either side by large mountain ranges, with ... More »

According to National Geographic, the United States is typically divided into five geographic regions: the Northeast, Southwest, West, Southeast and Midwest. Each region has its own geographical features that distinguish... More »

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... More »

The landforms of the American Midwest are the Great Plains, Central Lowlands, Mississippi River and Great Lakes. Much of the Midwest is made up of flat land. More »

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 t... More »

In the U.S., all or part of the states of Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming make up the area known collectively as the Great Plains. In addition to t... More »

Landforms in Illinois include prominent lakes, including Lake Michigan, the Mississippi River, Shawnee Hills region and the American Corn Belt. Illinois contains primarily flat lands, making it ideal for large-scale agri... More »