The Southeast region includes the states Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida. Some of the largest southeast tribes were the Creek, Choctaw, and Cherokee were the tribes that lived around the waterways like the Mississippi river. The Southeast’s climate is warm humid summers and mild winters. The Southeast is a long growing region because they have areas where it was flooded and would create rich soil for crops to grow.
As you travel across Tennessee, you may notice that one part of the state looks very different from other parts of the state. That is because there are six physiographic regions within Tennessee. Moving west to east, they include the Gulf Coastal Plains, Highland Rim, Central Basin, Cumberland Plateau, Great Valley, and the Unaka Mountains. Located in middle Tennessee, Nashville lies in a valley through which the Cumberland River flows. Nashville, the states capital, is nicknamed the central basin and describes Nashville and its surrounding areas.
For me, the South was so different from the laid-back pace of Honolulu but, in some ways, they had a lot in common. Savannah, GA has beaches and islands scattered near it 's coastline. Hawaii and Georgia each are obsessed with their regional fruits. Both places are filled with military servicemen and their families. Needless to say, I don 't feel like I truly have a "hometown" but, instead, I can make any town my home.
Colorado If 5,000,000 plus people come to see mountains and streams,it must be a beautiful state. What’s the state you may wonder? Its Colorado! The state does have a lot of people. Plus the mountains are very beautiful.
The Virginia plan was 15 proposals. The Governor of Virginia Edmund Randolph was the one who had the ideas of the plan. The Virginia plan outlined the states for a new form of government. They wanted one national government that would enforce laws and collect taxes from the people. The larger states were in favor for this plan yet the smaller states were not as supportive. The larger states wanted 3 branches the Judicial, Executive, and legislative. Some disadvantages about the plan were that the plan was mainly for the bigger states. Also that they wanted more representatives in congress based on the size of the population. So the plans were biased. The Virginia plan was Bicameral, which means they wanted a senate and a house of representatives
In 1978, two plans were put forth regarding how each state in the union would be represented in the national legislature. The two plans put forth were the, “Virginia Plan” (which favored big states), and the “New Jersey Plan.” (which favored small states) Edmund Randolph of Virginia proposed the Virginia plan. The plan laid out a system in which states would be represented in the national legislature based on their population and/or by how much revenue they contributed to the national government. The New Jersey plan, which favored the small states, stated that each state should be represented equally in the legislature. In other words, population doesn’t matter.
Along the North and South Carolina border is the Whitewater Falls Chain-six different waterfalls that are just one attraction in a unique part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. One writer of this wilderness area described it as a blue wall. For about 70 miles there is what 's called an escarpment. This is shear rock face lining deep gorges. The gorges are deep ravines that were created by the rushing waters.
Essay #2 – Topic Three Both Virginia and Massachusetts had pros and cons, but if I were to choose where I would live, I would choose Virginia, because of the lenient life style and acceptance of different views. English settlers came from their homes for different reasons and each with different goals to pursue. Both had very distinct economies and social structures that relied heavily on labor. Although unlike Massachusetts, Virginia had more interesting encounters with natives.
Is there something that you’re constantly told is worth fighting for? That you’re told is for a good cause so you feel as if you need to be a part of it? Well, that’s what many people have been told before. People such as troops fighting for independence from England. They were told to fight for their independence, which they did want, but they leave out all the many disadvantages that come with fighting. Why should people fight for their independence when there is an extremely high rate of dying which means there’s a good chance they won’t even be alive to experience their freedom? If they won that is. So, now we’re back in time at Valley Forge where conditions are far from good. General Washington had the troops there and many of the men were not looking good. That is why I would leave Valley Forge. There were too many disadvantages such as: many soldiers got sick and died, it made people depressed and angry, and there were extremely bad conditions and illnesses.
In conclusion I would like to live in the the South because it has very nice weather. The south made lots of great economy. But why do I want to live there?Because their would be many argiculture which means many mor tradeing and cash crops. Since the South has many cotton and rivers to trade therefore. You can trade and sell crops for a living of a family.
The Patriots were feeling defeated after the first 2 years of war, and the makeshift Pennsylvania winter camp didn 't add to their spirits. Valley Forge was a tough time for the American Army, and many soldiers wanted to quit because of the hardships. If I were a soldier, I would have quit Valley Forge for a multitude of reasons. The living conditions were inadequate, there was a minimal amount of supplies, and illness and death was common in the camp. In essence, the cons of staying at Valley Forge outweighed the Pros.
The main features were mountains like Ridge Valley Appalachians in the west, Blue Ridge Mountains in the northeast, and Coastal Plain in the south. 4.) Hardships the colony had to overcome Georgia was founded in 1733 with the aim of relieving