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  • New England And The Chesapeake Regions
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    Throughout history religion and geography have played a major role in the process in which regions have been formed. The New England and the Chesapeake regions were both settled by a large number of people of the English origin. By 1700 the regions had developed into two very different societies. These differences between the regions were brought about as a result of the different beliefs and lifestyles in which the people of the regions accepted. There were two major factors that really influen...
  • Chesapeake Region And New England
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    The majority of people that had settled both the Chesapeake region and New England were English, but there were many reasons why each became their own distinct society. The people that settled in New England had different agendas than those that settled in the Chesapeake region. The different types of people that were settling into these two areas also had an effect on how the different societies were formed. Each region also had a different climate, land and resources that played a role in the ...
  • Part Of The Appalachian Region
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    Many people have different views on what Appalachia is, I grew up thinking that Appalachia meant people were dirty, poor, illiterate, inbreed and we also called them mountain people. As I grew up I realized that most of the things they went through and had a hard time with, I was dealing with the same problems. So what exactly is Appalachia? Well you will find out as you read on. Appalachia is no longer the land of severe poverty that it was three decades ago, now the poverty rate of one in 15 i...
  • Secret Dogon Myth About The Star Sirius
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    The Dogon people are an indigenous tribe who occupy a region in Mali, south of the Sahara Desert. Early history is informed by oral traditions, which claim that the Dogon originated from the west bank of the Niger River (10th to 13th centuries). They emigrated west to northern Burkina Faso, where local histories describe them as kib si. Around 1490, they fled a region now known as the northern Mossi kingdom of Ya tenga when it was invaded by Mossi calvary. They ended up in the Bandiagara cliffs ...
  • Cold Weather In The Arctic Region
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    The Arctic Region There are probably many people who wonder what is the Arctic Region? What animals or people live there? Well for those who may not know, the Arctic Region is made up of oceans surrounded by continental land masses and islands. The Central Arctic Ocean is covered with ice all year-round, and snow and ice are on the land for most of the year. The southern limit of the Arctic Region is place at the Arctic Circle (latitude 66 degrees, 32 minutes north). The Arctic Circle is an imag...
  • Indigenous Peoples Of The Arctic
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    Introduction. The Arctic is located in the uppermost region of the northern hemisphere. The region consists of of the area around Greenland, USSR, Canada and Alaska (refer to appendices Fig. 1). The Arctic is mostly covered by frozen ice all year long. This region also surrounds the Arctic Ocean. So far the Artic is a naive environment, humans have not yet fully explored the region. But as people search for the resource, more and more people will move into to the area to take what they can, this...

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