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4th Grade Regions of Kentucky

In this powerpoint, it provides information about the six regions of Kentucky. It also compares and contrast the six regions.

Heaven Penney

on 12 March 2014

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Transcript of 4th Grade Regions of Kentucky

Regions of Kentucky
Eastern Mountains and Coal Fields
The Knobs
Western Coal Fields
Landforms: Has mountains, valleys, and the Cumberland Gap.

Natural Resources: Coal and logging.

Industries: Coal mining and saw mills.

Tourist Attractions: Cumberland Falls, Cumberland Gap, and Daniel Boone National Park.

Interesting Fact(s): Highest elevation in Kentucky, and contains most of the mountains in Kentucky.
Landforms: Has low cone shaped hills and valleys.

Natural Resources: None.

Industries: Farming.

Tourist Attractions: Abraham Lincoln's birthplace, and the historical site for our state song "My Old Kentucky Home."

Interesting Fact(s): Out of the 120 counties in Kentucky, none of them are located entirely in this region.
Landforms: Gently rolling hills.

Natural Resources: Fertile land.

Industries: Farming and raising crops. (corn, cattle, tobacco, and wheat)

Tourist Attractions: Horse farms, Keenland, Churchill Downs, and the Capitol building.

Interesting Fact(s): Our state capital,Frankfort is located in this region. Two of the states largest cities (Louisville and Lexington) are located in this region.
Landforms: Swamps and low flood plains.

Natural Resources: Rich soil.

Industries: Farming and cotton.

Tourist Attractions: Paducah--.

Interesting Fact(s): It is the only region cotton will grow. It was named after Andrew Jackson, who bought the land from the Chickasaw Indians in 1818.
Landforms: Gently rolling hills, caves, and tunnels.

Natural Resources: Water from lakes.

Industries: Farming, apples, tobacco, soybeans, and raising cattle..

Tourist Attractions: Lake Cumberland, Mammoth Cave, and land between lakes.

Interesting Fact(s): This is the largest region.
Jackson Purchase
Landforms: Rolling hills.

Natural Resources: Coal and rich soil.

Industries: Coal mining and farming.

Tourist Attractions: Hillbilly days.

Interesting Fact(s): Port cities for boats to pick and drop up goods.
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