The Southeast 4th grade Houghton Mifflin
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It made it easier for people to move west of the Appalachian mountains
What effect did the wilderness road have on the Southeast
Durham, North Carolina
In which place in the Southeast would a high-tech worker have the best chance of finding a job?
They protect the mainland from wind and water.
Why are barrier islands important to the Gulf Coast?
Mississippi and Alabama
Name two Gulf Coast states?
Where is the Ozark Plateau located
Where is Mammoth Cave
Where are the Everglades located
Where is the Chatooga River
Before it was New Orleans, it was an area where two indian tribes settled. Then the area changed hands many times before the United States bought it-- making for many cultures being blended into the area.
How did New Orleans become a blend of cultures?
Because they carry food, crops, and oil and so they need to be kept clean and in good shape.
Why is it important to the Southeast's economy to keep the region's ports in good condition?
the Southeast is made up of the
Atlantic Coast states, the Gulf Coast states, and the Inland South states, and that each of these areas has
its own landscape and culture;
How do the landscapes and cultures of the Southeast vary?