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Cities, Places and Regions' division of the USA

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I've made a map of the division of the US according to Cities, Places and Region's 5 subforums.

I was unsure where I had to put West Virginia, but I thought it was part of the Upper South.

Do you think this map is correct?

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Maryland is tricky. Technically its a southern state because its below the mason dixon line. But its often called a mid-atlantic state. The culture of Maryland, particularly Baltimore identifies more with the northeast though.

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Maryland is tricky. Technically its a southern state because its below the mason dixon line. But its often called a mid-atlantic state. The culture of Maryland, particularly Baltimore identifies more with the northeast though.

Maryland is a Northeastern state.

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I have always thought that Michigan, Ohio, and to a lesser extent Indiana and Illinois should be their own region, "The Grat Lakes" region or something. These states are vary different, socially, economically and geographically from the rest of the Midwestern states.

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I have always thought that Michigan, Ohio, and to a lesser extent Indiana and Illinois should be their own region, "The Grat Lakes" region or something. These states are vary different, socially, economically and geographically from the rest of the Midwestern states.

I totally agree. Cleveland, Detroit, Columbus, and Chicago are not the same as Des Moines and upper plains etc.

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