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The Northeast Region

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State Capitals
Information Found
The Northeast Region (Think Quest)
States
Population of the States
The Northeast Region
Research by: Caitlin
States of the Northeast Region

The states of the Northeast region include Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania.
The Statue of Liberty in New York
Boston, Massachusetts
State
Population
Connecticut
Maine
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Rhode Island
Vermont
Delaware
Maryland
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania
3,268,000
1,236,000
5,959,000
1,444,000
988,000
584,000
736,000
5,180,000
8,015,000
18,198,000
12,210,000
Total
57,518,000
State
Capital
Maine
Vermont
Busy New York City
Google Images
Ways to Make a Living
Caitlin, Brandon W., Brandon P., Cassie, Bailey
Climate and Weather
Native Americans
Famous Landmarks
Famous people
Food

History
Plants
Animals
New Hampshire
Massachusetts
New York
Connecticut
Rhode Island
Pennsylvania
New Jersey
Delaware
Maryland
Augusta
Montpelier
Concord
Boston
Albany
Hartford
Providence
Harrisburg
Trenton
Dover
Annapolis
There are many ways to make a living in the Northeast region. The most popular ways to make a living include; farming, fishing, factories, finance, real estate and insurance. There a also many service jobs such as helping in stores, restaurants, hospitals and many people also help tourists.
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Google Images
www.hmhco.com
The climate for the northeast region is all different. There are cool to hot summers and very cold winters. The yearly precipitation for the northeast region is about 3 feet 10 inches in a year. That includes rainfall and snowfall.

Information Found
The Northeast Region (Think Quest)
Researched By: Cassie
Researched by:Caitlin
Hartford College
Harrisburg
Mohawk Indian Tribe
The Mohawk Indian Tribe guarded the Iroquoise confederation from tribes from New England and lower New York areas.
Research By: Cassie
Questions
Links
Answers
* What is the capital of New York?
* What was the name of the indian tribe that was described?
* What is one way to make a living in the Northeast region?
www.protopage.com/laframboisegk
* Albany
* The Mohawk Indian Tribe
* Fishing, farming, etc.
Natural Resources
Mark Walberg
OCCUPATION ACTOR/RAPPER
BIRTH DATE JUNE 05,1971( AGE 42)
PLACE OF BIRTH DOCHESTER ,MASSUCHUSETTS
NICK NAME MARKY MARK
FULL NAME MARK ROBERT MICHEAL WALBERG
ZODIAC SIGN GEMINI
MOVIES PLAYED IN
TED
PAIN AND GAIN
SHARP SHOOTER
SHOOTER
FEAR
2 GUNS
THE OTHER GUYS
INVINCIBLE
CONTRABAND
Will Smith
Will Smith was born in Philadelphia, Pennslyvaina, on September 25,1968. At 16, Smith met a DJ at a party, and they became known as Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince was born. In 1990 SMith began his acting carrer with the show The Fresh Prince is born.
* Coal
* Gravel
* Iron
* Natural Gas
* Oil
* Sand
* Zinc
* Fruits
* Vegetables
* Poultry
* Cattle
Iron can be used for making steel.
Natural Gas is a flammable gas which can be found underground and in fuels
Zinc can be used to treat common colds
Poultry is a domestic foul such as chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese.
* Trees
Iron
Poultry
John Quincy Adams
Born in Braintree, Massachusetts, John Quincy Adams was the 6th presindent of the United States.
Research by: Brandon P.
New England
All of the states making up the Northeastern region were among the original Thirteen Colonies, though Maine and Vermont were part of other colonies before the United States became independent in the American Revolution. The two cultural and geographic regions that form parts of the Northeastern region have distinct histories.


The first Europeans to settle New England were Pilgrims from England, who landed in present-day Massachusetts in 1620.The Pilgrims arrived by the Mayflower and founded Plymouth Colony so they could practice religion freely.Ten years later, a larger group of Puritans settled north of Plymouth Colony in Boston to form Massachusetts Bay Colony.
The Mayflower

African Meeting House, MA
Bunker Hill, MA
Old North Church, MA
Plymouth Rock, MA
U.S.S. Constitution, MA
Lost River Gorge, NH
Mount Washington, NH
Statue of Liberty, NY
Liberty Bell, PA
Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.
Washington Monument, Washington, D.C.

Liberty Bell
Lincoln Memorial
Statue of Liberty
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The Northeast Region (Think Quest)
Landmarks of the Northeast Region
Google Images
The Northeast Region is know for it's wide variety of sea food. Many popular foods of the Northeast region include, lobster rolls, chowder, bagels, pork rolls, crab cakes, blue crab, and corn chowder.
The Northeast region is also popular in maple syrup, coffee milk, and cream cheese.
Research by: Brandon P.
Lobster Rolls
Corn Chowder
Maple Syrup
Bagels
•Furbish lousewort
•Jesup's milk-vetch
•Northeastern bulrush
•Peter's mountain mallow
•Sensitive joint-vetch
•Shale barren rock-cress
•Swamp pink
•Virginia round-leaf birch
•Virginia sneezeweed
•Virginia spiraea





Virginia Sneezeweed
Swamp Pink
bald eagles, golden eagles, ospreys, barn owls, great gray owls, barred owls, other owls, goshawks, hawks, kites,peregrine falcons. (BIRDS OF PREY)
American goldfinches, robins, sparrows, magpies, and other songbirds. (SMALL BIRDS)

woodpeckers (notably the red-headed woodpecker), herons, etc (OTHER BIRDS)

white-tailed deer, moose, elk, (DEER)

rabbits, beavers, mice, water voles, voles, rats, river otters, gray squirrels, ground squirrels, hedgehogs, porcupines, skunks, chipmunks, moles, etc. (SMALL MAMMALS)

lynx, wolverines, gray/timber wolves, badgers, red foxes, coyotes. (LARGE MAMMALS)

minnows, trout, frogs, salamanders, and other (OTHER)

Research by: Bailey
Research by: Bailey
Research by: Brandon W.
Research by: Brandon W.
Research by: Brandon P.
* What was the name of the boat that the pilgrims came on.
* What are three famous landmarks of the Northeast Region
* Mayflower
* Lincoln Memorial, Liberty Bell, Washington Monument, etc.
Frequent Natural Disasters

Research by: Bailey
The Natural Disasters of the Northeast region include tornadoes, hurricanes, major winds, and major storms.
Geography
Research by: Bailey
While most of the Northeastern United States lie in the Appalachian Highlands physio-graphic region, some are also part of the Atlantic coastal plain which extends south to the southern tip of Florida. The coastal plain areas (including Cape Cod in Massachusetts, Long Island in New York, most of New Jersey, Delaware, and the Chesapeake Bay region of Maryland) are generally low and flat, with sandy soil and marshy land.The highlands, including the Piedmont and the Appalachian Mountains, are generally heavily forested, ranging from rolling hills to summits greater than 5,000 feet (1,500 m), and pocked with many lakes. The highest peak in the Northeast is Mount Washington (New Hampshire), at 6,288 feet (1,917 m).
www.library.thinkquest.org/4552/newspaper1.htm
www.50states.com/
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