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5 THEMES OF GEGRAPHY: New England

Geography/Hour: 6
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Grace Kenney

on 2 January 2013

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Transcript of 5 THEMES OF GEGRAPHY: New England

NEW ENGLAND by:
KITANA KONG
&
GRACE KENNEY The New England region is in the upper part of the United States, at the way top corner. LOCATION States that are in the New England region:
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Road Island, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. STATES: ARCHITECTURAL STYLES: CAPITALS MAINE: Augusta
NH: Concord VERMONT: Montpelier NY: Albany PENNSYLVANIA: Harrisburg CT: Hartford NEW JERSEY: Trenton MASS: Boston RI: Providence PLACES: *GEORGIAN *FEDERAL (Adam) GREEK REVIVAL *GOTHIC REVIVAL *ITALIANAET *SECOND EMPIRE *STICK *FIRST PERIOD *QUEEN ANNE *SHINGLE *COLONIAL REVIVAL CLIMATE: AUTUMN: Is New England's "glory" season because of color. The temperature is mild, not too cold, and not too warm. New England has distinct seasons "INDIAN SUMMER": This is a mini season that occurs after the first frost in October. it usually happens late October to early November. It becomes unseasonably warm for a short period and then becomes warm again. WINTER: Winters are bitter cold. Freezing temperatures arrive in Northern New England in November, and mid-December for southern region. SPRING: Is the briefest season. The muddiest season and mild temperatures.
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