Regions of the United States The Heartland Part Two The Manufacturing Core

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Regional Geography of the United States Regions of the United States: The Heartland II: The Manufacturing Core Michael Mercier School of Geography & Earth Sciences March 15, 2012
Regional Geography of the United States Lecture Outline The Geographical Extent of the Region The Character of the Region The Emergence of Industrial Activity Industrial Revolution De-Industrialization Manufacturing and Industrial Activity in the Heartland Raw Materials and Accessibility Summary/Conclusion Readings: Ch. 5
Regional Geography of the United States Geographical Extent: The Heartland The Heartland – 1) The Agricultural Core – 2) The Manufacturing Core
Regional Geography of the United States Geographical Extent: The Manufacturing Core WEST: Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio EAST: Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont

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Fall
Professor
MERCIER
Tags
Geography, Industrial Revolution, Mass production, Regional geography

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