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Great Lakes Region

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Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Ohio form the Great Lakes region. An overview of the area includes its history, climate, geography, and economy. Describes each state's population, capitals, history, size, and economy. The five Great Lakes and these six states are closely bound together

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Runtime: 25 minutes 59 seconds

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    Trish M. (Pittsburgh, PA)
    February 28th, 2018 at 03:37 PM

    Ggreat series about the regions of the United States-- gives a good general over view and then specific information about each state. Wonderful for social studies classes