GEOG 1010: North America Part 1 (Chapter 2)
GEOG 1010: North America Part 1 (Chapter 2) GEOG 1010
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Date Created: 09/08/16
North America1 8/29/16 10:05 AM • Defining Characteristics ○ Two continental-sized countries ○ English language dominant ○ Predominantly Christian faiths ○ Predominantly European norms: § Government § Architecture § Diet § Arts ○ Highly urbanized ○ Mobile populations ○ High incomes ○ Manufacturing output ○ Federal states with plural societies • Physiographic Regions** ○ 2 states in Inner Mountain region § Nevada and Arizona • Climate Patterns ○ Western rain shadow § Western arid climates Eastern humid climates ○ ○ Canada § Only C climates on west coast § Southern Canada has similar climates to Northern U.S. • Indigenous Domains ○ Indigenous people in the U.S. are called Native Americans • Migration: A Mobile Population ○ Migration: a change of residence, intended to be permanent ○ Immigration to North America, beginning in the 1600's ○ Migration decision: Push factors § □ Negative factors of present home § Pull factors □ Attractive features of proposed new home ○ Ongoing migration, especially to Sunbelt • Present Population Patterns ○ Gaps in the mountains to ger through them § Cumberland Gap in Tennessee • Manufacturing ○ Mostly in the north in the beginning because of high population • Urbanization ○ Migration from rural to urban areas • Ethnic Patterns
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