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Nine Nations of The Nine Nations of North Ame argues that North America can b economic and cultural features. H artificial and irrelevant, and that true nature of North American so Paul Meartz of Mayvill the current regionaliza agrees. The Nine Nations f North America erica is a book written in 1981 by Joel Garreau. be divided into nine regions, or "nations", which He argues that conventional national and state bo t his "nations" provide a more accurate way of un ociety. lle State University called it "a clas ation of North America" and your . In it, Garreau have distinctive orders are largely nderstanding the ssic text on professor
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1. New England — an expanded version including not only Maine , New Hampshire , Vermont , Rhode Island , Massachusetts and Connecticut (although omitting the Connecticut suburbs of New York City ), but also the Canadian Atlantic provinces of New Brunswick , Nova Scotia , Prince Edward Island , and Newfoundland and Labrador . Although some [ who? ] later placed the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec in this extended "New England", Garreau did not. Capital: Boston . 2. The Foundry — the by-then-declining industrial areas of the northeastern United States and Great Lakes region stretching from New York City to Milwaukee , and including Chicago
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2010 for the course CHEM 107 taught by Professor Generalchemforeng during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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