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The Northeast Region of the United States

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Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania The Northeast Region of the US Capital- Hartford
Major Cities- Bridgeport
Population- 3,405, 565 (48th state)
Industries-agriculture, industry (especially insurance), tourism
Rivers- Connecticut River, Thames River
Lakes- Lake Candlewood
Became a state- January 9th 1788
Governor- Dan Malloy Connecticut Capital- Montpelier
Major Cities-Burlington
Population- 608, 827 (49th state)
Industries- maple syrup, farming, tourism, forest products
Rivers- Connecticut River, West River, and Otter River
Lakes- Lake Champlain
Became a state- March 4, 1791]
Governor- Peter Shumlin Vermont Capitol-Dover
Major Cities-Wilmington, Newark, Georgetown
Population-783,600
Major Rivers- Delaware River, Mispillion River, Nanticoke River
Major Industries - business, agriculture and tourism
Date came to the United States-December 7, 1787
Governor-Jack Markell Delaware Population- 5,296,486
Major City- Baltimore
Capitol-Annapolis
Governer- Martin O’Malley
Rivers/Lakes- Lake Oakland, Deep Creek Lake, Prettyboy Reservoir, Loch Raven Reservoir, Potomac River, Patapsco River, Patuxent River, Susquehanna River
Landmarks- Backbone Mountain
Year part of Union- April 28, 1788
Major Industry- Farming, Mining, Government Services Maryland New York Population- 12,281,054
Major City-Philadelphia
Capitol-Harrisburg
Governer- Tom Corbett
Rivers/Lakes- Lake Erie, Allegheny River, Susquehanna River, Delaware River, Ohio river
Landmarks- Mt. Davis
Year part of Union- December 12, 1787
Major Industry- Steel/Mining, cars, farming
Pennsylvania By:
Gina Pustizzi
Annie Stankiewicz
Shannon Papalia
Parker Felth Capitol-Concord
Major cities-Manchester, Nashua
Population-1.3 million people
Major Rivers-Connecticut River, Merrimack River
Resources-Timber, Textiles, Major Industry: Tourism, engineering, service industries
Landscape-White Mountains, Many mountains and rivers
Governor-John Lynch
Date came to the United States-June 21, 1788 New Hampshire Capital- Boston
Major Cities- Worcester, Lowell
Population- 6,349, 097 (13th state)
Industries-textiles, electronics, publishing, education, tourism, fishing
Rivers- Merrimack River, Connecticut River, Charles River
Lake- Quabin Reservoir
Became a state- February 6th, 1788
Governor- Deval Patrick Massachusetts Population- 1,328,188
Capitol- Augusta
Governor- Paul LePage
Rivers – Kennebec River, Penobscot River, State John River, Moosehead Lake
Landmarks-Mt. Katahdin
Day State made part of U.S.- March 15, 1820
Major Industry- Fishing
Maine Rhode Island New Jersey Capitol-Albany
Major Cities-New York City, Buffalo, Binghampton
Population-8 million
Major Rivers-Hudson River, Mohawk River, Genesee River
Landmarks-Mountain Marcy, Cities and farmland
Resources-finance, communications, international trade, publishing, fashion, farming, tourism
Date came to the United States-July 26, 1788
Governor-Andrew Cuomo Capitol-Trenton
Major Cities-Patterson, Elizabeth, Newark
Population-7 million
Major Rivers-Delaware River, Hudson River
Landmarks-Appalachian Mountains run through the top part of New Jersey
Major Resources-Farming, chemicals, petroleum-based products, insurance, tourism
Date came to the United States-December 18, 1787
Governor-Christopher J. Christie Capitol-Providence
Major Cities-Cranston, West Kingston
Population-1,048,319
Major Rivers/Lakes-Sakonnet River, Scituate Reservoir
Major Industries - textiles, jewelry, rubber products, machinery, tourism
Date came to the United States-May 29, 1790
Governor-Lincoln Chaffee
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