US Regions Review - Seneca Valley School District

US Regions Review - Seneca Valley School District

US REGIONS REVIEW New England States in the region include: Connecticut Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont

New England Geography: Rocky coasts Lobsters, crabs, clams, and other shellfish Mountainous Forested Wild turkeys, geese, ducks,

and pheasants New England Common Recipes: Clam chowder New England boiled dinner Johnnycakes Combination of meat, potatoes, onions, carrots, beets, cabbage

Johnnycakes Cornmeal flatbread Succotash Combination of corn and lima beans New England Cultural Influences:

British Native Americans Mid-Atlantic States in the region include: Delaware Maryland New Jersey New York Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic

Geography: Rich, fertile land for farming Apples, peaches, beans, cranberries, tomatoes, onions, asparagus, cucumbers, peas, and melons Mid-Atlantic Common Recipes: Philly Cheesesteak Maryland Crab Cakes Chicken and dumplings

Doughnuts Coleslaw Mid-Atlantic Cultural Influences: Dutch German Swedish British South States in the region include:

Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Kentucky

Louisiana Mississippi North Carolina South Carolina

Tennessee Virginia West Virginia South Geography: Mild climate Waters Catfish, bass, trout, crabs, crayfish, oysters, shrimp

Forests Squirrel, goose, and turkey South Common Recipes: Soul food Okra, grits, greens, pork, and sweet potato pie

Gumbo Jambalaya South Cultural Influences: France England Ireland Scotland Spain Africa

Midwest States in the region include: Indiana Nebraska Illinois North Dakota Iowa Ohio Kansas Oklahoma Michigan

South Dakota Minnesota Wisconsin Missouri Midwest Geography: Rich soil, good climate Known for its plains bread-basket of America

Freshwater lakes Trout, bass, walleye, perch, haddock, croppie, cod, blue gill Midwest Common Recipes: Cincinnati chili Macaroni and cheese Chicken pot pie Corn on the cob

Midwest Cultural Influences: German British Hungarians Belgians West/Southwest States in the region include: Arizona Nevada

California New Mexico Colorado Texas Idaho Utah Montana Wyoming West/Southwest Geography: Deserts

Peppers Mountains Antelope, rabbit, deer, and pheasant Plateaus Oil fields

West/Southwest Common Recipes: Barbequed foods Tamales Sopapillas Sweet fried pastries West/Southwest Cultural Influences: Native Americans Corn, squash and beans

Spaniards Cattle, sheep, saffron, olive oil, and anise Mexican Red and green peppers Pacific Coast

States in the region include: Alaska California Oregon Washington Pacific Coast Geography: Vary in climate Rich soil, warm climate, and adequate rainfall Abundance of fruits and vegetables

Ocean/lakes Tuna, salmon, lobster, crab, shrimp, and oysters Pacific Coast Common Recipes: Chop Suey Sourdough bread

Sushi Avocado Blackberry Pie Pacific Coast Cultural Influences: Chinese Japanese Korean Polynesian Mexican

Hawaiian Islands States in the region include: Hawaii Hawaiian Islands Geography: Fertile soil Pineapple and sugarcane

Steep cliffs Ocean Hawaiian Islands Common Recipes: Kalua puaa

Whole pig Poi Paste made from root of the taro plant Kamano lomi Salmon mashed with tomatoes and green onions

Haupia Milk, sugar, cornstarch, and coconut pudding Hawaiian Islands Cultural Influences: Polynesian Coconuts and breadfruit

Chinese Rice, bean sprouts, cabbage, soybeans, snow peas European Chicken and pork

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