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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midwestern_United_States

Historian John Bunker has examined the worldview of the Yankee settlers in the Midwest: Because they arrived first and had a strong sense of community and mission, Yankees were able to transplant New England institutions, values, and mores, altered only by the conditions of frontier life. They established a public culture ...

www.interexchange.org/american-culture/midwest

U.S. Culture; Midwest. The Midwest. Often called “America's Heartland”, the Midwestern United States is made of large cities, small towns and farming communities spread across a large area of the U.S. Images of the Midwest often focus on flat plains and sprawling farmland, but it's also home to major cities like Chicago, ...

thesocietypages.org/thickculture/2014/07/11/what-i-learned-in-the-midwest

Jul 11, 2014 ... But when it comes to understanding “the culture of the Midwest,” the divides of urban and rural, major city and small city are far more profound than the differences between Midwest and East Coast. The cultural difference between Chicago and NYC is smaller than the cultural distance from Minot, ND and ...

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The Midwest region of the United States has many cultural influences in its cooking. Over the decades, people including Germans, British, Italian, Hungarians, Greeks, and Scandinavians immigrated to the Midwestern United States and made it their home. In the early 1700s, the Germans started to arrive and brought beer, ...

www.hercampus.com/school/u-mich/midwest-culture

Feb 6, 2017 ... Being from Michigan, I never understood what people meant by the “Midwest Culture.” I had absolutely no idea what my out-of-state friends were talking about when they referred to the “midwest attitude,” so obviously, I tried to figure out what they meant. I ended up consulting my out-of-state friends to see ...

www.urbanophile.com/2012/11/06/new-england-vs-midwest-culture-by-george-mattei

Nov 6, 2012 ... How Physical, Cultural and Political Differences Shape Development and Economic Growth. I was recently asked to make a comparison living in New England versus the Midwest-specifically how cultural and political differences impact the economic and physical development framework of the two regions.

www.factmonster.com/united-states/midwest

www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00221346008982048

THE CULTURAL MIDWEST. JOSEPH W. BROWNELL. State University of New York. Cortland, New York. HE Midwest, or Middle West, is a. T puzzle in American cultural geogra- phy. The term is locational, yet it stems not from the definition of professional qeographers but from common speech. It is, however, a misleading  ...

www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Midwestern_United_States

Culture. Chicago is the largest city in the Midwest. Detroit is the busiest commercial border crossing in North America. Indianapolis is the third largest city in the Midwest. Factors that probably affected the shaping of Midwest values include the religious heritage of the abolitionist, pro-education Congregationalists to the ...