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This is a list of some of the REGIONS IN THE UNITED STATES .

CONTENTS

* 1 Interstate regions

* 1.1 Official regions of the United States
United States

* 1.1.1 Census Bureau-designated regions and divisions * 1.1.2 Standard federal regions * 1.1.3 Federal Reserve banks * 1.1.4 Time zones * 1.1.5 Courts of Appeals circuits * 1.1.6 Bureau of Economic Analysis
Bureau of Economic Analysis
regions * 1.1.7 Energy Information Administration
Energy Information Administration

* 1.2 Unofficial U.S. multi-state regions

* 1.2.1 The Belts * 1.2.2 Interstate metropolitan areas * 1.2.3 Interstate megalopolises

* 2 Intrastate and intraterritory regions

* 2.1 Alabama
Alabama
* 2.2 Alaska
Alaska
* 2.3 American Samoa
American Samoa
* 2.4 Arizona
Arizona
* 2.5 Arkansas
Arkansas
* 2.6 California
California
* 2.7 Colorado
Colorado
* 2.8 Connecticut
Connecticut
* 2.9 Delaware
Delaware
* 2.10 District of Columbia
District of Columbia
* 2.11 Florida
Florida

* 2.12 Georgia

* 2.12.1 Physiographic regions

* 2.13 Guam
Guam
* 2.14 Hawaii
Hawaii
* 2.15 Idaho
Idaho
* 2.16 Illinois
Illinois
* 2.17 Indiana
Indiana
* 2.18 Iowa
Iowa
* 2.19 Kansas
Kansas
* 2.20 Kentucky
Kentucky
* 2.21 Louisiana
Louisiana
* 2.22 Maine
Maine
* 2.23 Maryland
Maryland
* 2.24 Massachusetts
Massachusetts
* 2.25 Michigan
Michigan
* 2.26 Minnesota
Minnesota
* 2.27 Mississippi
Mississippi
* 2.28 Missouri
Missouri
* 2.29 Montana
Montana
* 2.30 Nebraska
Nebraska
* 2.31 Nevada
Nevada
* 2.32 New Hampshire
New Hampshire
* 2.33 New Jersey
New Jersey
* 2.34 New Mexico
New Mexico
* 2.35 New York * 2.36 North Carolina
North Carolina
* 2.37 North Dakota
North Dakota
* 2.38 Northern Mariana Islands
Northern Mariana Islands
* 2.39 Ohio
Ohio
* 2.40 Oklahoma
Oklahoma
* 2.41 Oregon
Oregon
* 2.42 Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
* 2.43 Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
* 2.44 Rhode Island
Rhode Island
* 2.45 South Carolina
South Carolina
* 2.46 South Dakota
South Dakota
* 2.47 Tennessee
Tennessee
* 2.48 Texas
Texas
* 2.49 U.S. Minor Outlying Islands * 2.50 Utah
Utah
* 2.51 Vermont
Vermont
* 2.52 Virgin Islands * 2.53 Virginia
Virginia
* 2.54 Washington * 2.55 West Virginia
Virginia
* 2.56 Wisconsin
Wisconsin
* 2.57 Wyoming
Wyoming

* 3 Other regional listings * 4 See also * 5 Notes * 6 References * 7 External links

INTERSTATE REGIONS

OFFICIAL REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATES

Many regions in the United States
United States
are defined in law or regulations by the federal government.

Census Bureau-designated Regions And Divisions

U.S. Census Bureau Regions and Divisions.

The United States
United States
Census Bureau defines four statistical regions, with nine divisions. The Census Bureau region definition is "widely used… for data collection and analysis," and is the most commonly used classification system.

Regional divisions used by the United States
United States
Census Bureau :

* Region 1: Northeast

* Division 1: New England
New England
( Connecticut
Connecticut
, Maine
Maine
, Massachusetts
Massachusetts
, New Hampshire , Rhode Island
Rhode Island
, and Vermont
Vermont
) * Division 2: Mid-Atlantic ( New Jersey
New Jersey
, New York , and Pennsylvania )

* Region 2: Midwest
Midwest
(Prior to June 1984, the Midwest
Midwest
Region was designated as the North Central Region.)

* Division 3: East North Central ( Illinois
Illinois
, Indiana
Indiana
, Michigan
Michigan
, Ohio
Ohio
, and Wisconsin
Wisconsin
) * Division 4: West North Central ( Iowa
Iowa
, Kansas
Kansas
, Minnesota
Minnesota
, Missouri
Missouri
, Nebraska
Nebraska
, North Dakota
North Dakota
, and South Dakota
South Dakota
)

* Region 3: South

* Division 5: South Atlantic ( Delaware
Delaware
, Florida
Florida
, Georgia , Maryland
Maryland
, North Carolina
North Carolina
, South Carolina
South Carolina
, Virginia
Virginia
, District of Columbia , and West Virginia
Virginia
) * Division 6: East South Central ( Alabama
Alabama
, Kentucky
Kentucky
, Mississippi
Mississippi
, and Tennessee
Tennessee
) * Division 7: West South Central ( Arkansas
Arkansas
, Louisiana
Louisiana
, Oklahoma
Oklahoma
, and Texas
Texas
)

* Region 4: West

* Division 8: Mountain ( Arizona
Arizona
, Colorado
Colorado
, Idaho
Idaho
, Montana
Montana
, Nevada
Nevada
, New Mexico
New Mexico
, Utah
Utah
, and Wyoming
Wyoming
) * Division 9: Pacific ( Alaska
Alaska
, California
California
, Hawaii
Hawaii
, Oregon
Oregon
, and Washington )

Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
and other US territories are not part of any census region or census division.

Standard Federal Regions

Standard federal regions.

The ten standard federal regions were established by OMB (Office of Management and Budget ) Circular A-105, "Standard Federal Regions," in April, 1974, and required for all executive agencies. In recent years, some agencies have tailored their field structures to meet program needs and facilitate interaction with local, state and regional counterparts. However, the OMB must still approve any departures.

* Region I: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont * Region II: New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands * Region III: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia * Region IV: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee * Region V: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin * Region VI: Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas * Region VII: Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska * Region VIII: Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming * Region IX: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands * Region X: Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington

Federal Reserve Banks

Federal Reserve districts.

The Federal Reserve Act
Federal Reserve Act
of 1913 divided the country into twelve districts with a central Federal Reserve Bank
Federal Reserve Bank
in each district. These twelve Federal Reserve Banks together form a major part of the Federal Reserve System , the central banking system of the United States.

* Boston * New York * Philadelphia * Cleveland * Richmond * Atlanta * Chicago * St. Louis * Minneapolis * Kansas
Kansas
City * Dallas * San Francisco

Time Zones

Main article: Time in the United States
United States
U.S. time zones.

* UTC−12:00 ( Baker Island
Baker Island
, Howland Island
Howland Island
) * Samoa Time Zone
Samoa Time Zone
( American Samoa
American Samoa
, Jarvis Island
Jarvis Island
, Kingman Reef
Kingman Reef
, Midway Atoll
Midway Atoll
, Palmyra Atoll
Palmyra Atoll
) * Hawaii–Aleutian Time Zone
Hawaii–Aleutian Time Zone
( Hawaii
Hawaii
, Aleutian Islands
Aleutian Islands
(Alaska) , Johnston Atoll
Johnston Atoll
) * Alaska
Alaska
Time Zone ( Alaska
Alaska
, excluding Aleutian Islands) * Pacific Time Zone
Pacific Time Zone
* Mountain Time Zone * Central Time Zone
Central Time Zone
* Eastern Time Zone
Eastern Time Zone
* Atlantic Time Zone
Atlantic Time Zone
( Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
, U.S. Virgin Islands
U.S. Virgin Islands
) * Chamorro Time Zone
Chamorro Time Zone
( Guam
Guam
, Northern Mariana Islands
Northern Mariana Islands
) * Wake Island Time Zone ( Wake Island
Wake Island
)

Courts Of Appeals Circuits

Main article: United States
United States
courts of appeals U.S. Courts of Appeals circuits.

* First Circuit * Second Circuit * Third Circuit * Fourth Circuit * Fifth Circuit * Sixth Circuit * Seventh Circuit * Eighth Circuit * Ninth Circuit * Tenth Circuit * Eleventh Circuit * DC Circuit

The Federal Circuit is not a regional circuit. Its jurisdiction is nationwide, but based on subject matter.

Bureau Of Economic Analysis Regions

Bureau of Economic Analysis
Bureau of Economic Analysis
regions.

The Bureau of Economic Analysis
Bureau of Economic Analysis
defines regions for comparison of economic data.

* New England: Connecticut
Connecticut
, Maine
Maine
, Massachusetts
Massachusetts
, New Hampshire
New Hampshire
, Rhode Island
Rhode Island
and Vermont
Vermont
* Mideast: Delaware
Delaware
, District of Columbia
District of Columbia
, Maryland
Maryland
, New Jersey
New Jersey
, New York , and Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
* Great Lakes: Illinois
Illinois
, Indiana
Indiana
, Michigan
Michigan
, Ohio
Ohio
, and Wisconsin
Wisconsin
* Plains: Iowa
Iowa
, Kansas
Kansas
, Minnesota
Minnesota
, Missouri
Missouri
, Nebraska
Nebraska
, North Dakota , and South Dakota
South Dakota
* Southeast: Alabama
Alabama
, Arkansas
Arkansas
, Florida
Florida
, Georgia , Kentucky
Kentucky
, Louisiana
Louisiana
, Mississippi
Mississippi
, North Carolina
North Carolina
, South Carolina
South Carolina
, Tennessee , Virginia
Virginia
, and West Virginia
Virginia
* Southwest: Arizona
Arizona
, New Mexico
New Mexico
, Oklahoma
Oklahoma
, and Texas
Texas
* Rocky Mountain: Colorado
Colorado
, Idaho
Idaho
, Montana
Montana
, Utah
Utah
, and Wyoming
Wyoming
* Far West: Alaska
Alaska
, California
California
, Hawaii
Hawaii
, Nevada
Nevada
, Oregon
Oregon
, and Washington

Energy Information Administration

The Energy Information Administration
Energy Information Administration
currently uses the PADD system established by Petroleum Administration for War in World War II
World War II
. It is used for data collection on refining petroleum and its products. Each PADD is subdivided into refining districts.

* PADD I: East Coast

* East Coast: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida; along with counties in New York east of, north of and including Cayuga , Tompkins , and Chemung ; and counties in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
east of and including Bradford , Sullivan , Columbia , Montour , Northumberland , Dauphin and York . * Appalachian No. 1: West Virginia
Virginia
along with counties of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
and New York State not mentioned above.

* PADD II: Midwest
Midwest

* Indiana-Illinois-Kentucky: Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Michigan, Ohio * Minnesota-Wisconsin-North and South Dakota: Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota * Oklahoma-Kansas-Missouri: Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa

* PADD III: Gulf Coast
Gulf Coast

* Texas
Texas
Gulf Coast: The Texan counties of Newton, Orange, Jefferson, Jasper, Tyler, Hardin, Liberty, Chambers, Polk, San Jacinto, Montgomery, Harris, Galveston, Waller, Fort Bend, Brazoria, Wharton, Matagorda, Jackson, Victoria, Calhoun, Refugio, Aransas, San Patricio, Nueces, Kleberg, Kenedy, Willacy and Cameron * Texas
Texas
Inland: Texan counties not mentioned above. * Louisiana
Louisiana
Gulf Coast: Parishes of Louisiana
Louisiana
south of, and including Vernon, Rapides, Avoyelles, Pointe Coupee, West Feliciana, East Feliciana, Saint Helena, Tangipahoa and Washington; along with Pearl River, Stone, George, Hancock, Harrison, and Jackson County of Mississippi; and Alabama's Mobile and Baldwin County. * North Louisiana-Arkansas: Arkansas
Arkansas
and parts of Louisiana, Mississippi
Mississippi
and Alabama
Alabama
not mentioned above. * New Mexico: New Mexico

* PADD IV: Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain
: Colorado, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah * PADD V: West Coast : Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii
Hawaii

PADD I can also be subdivided into 3 Subdistricts:

* Sub-PAD 1A: New England
New England
(Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont) * Sub-PAD 1B: Central Atlantic (Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, District of Columbia) * Sub-PAD 1C: Lower Atlantic (Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia)

PADD system was established in World War II
World War II
and therefore don't accurately reflect current trends. The EIA has updated the PADD system with a complimentary set of regions to reflect this and will change it to suite current needs. (Note: Region 9 includes countries not part of the USA but is included for the sake of completion since it contains Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
)

* Region 1: PADD I * Region 2: PADD II "Inland" (States of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Iowa, Tennessee
Tennessee
and Kentucky) * Region 3: PADD II "Lakes" (States of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana
Indiana
and Ohio) * Region 4: PADD III "Gulf" (Refining districts of Texas
Texas
Gulf Coast and Louisiana
Louisiana
Gulf Coast) * Region 5: PADD III "Inland" (Refining districts of Texas
Texas
Inland, New Mexico
New Mexico
and North Louisiana-Arkansas) * Region 6: PADD IV * Region 7: PADD V "California" (State of California) * Region 8: PADD V "Other" (States of Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon
Oregon
and Washington)

* Region 9: "International"

* Maritime Canada
Maritime Canada
(Newfoundland , Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia
, New Brunswick
New Brunswick
) * Caribbean
Caribbean
( Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
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* Appalachia
Appalachia
* Ark-La-Tex
Ark-La-Tex
* Black Dirt Region
Black Dirt Region
* Blackstone Valley

* Border states:

* Civil War border states * International border states

* Calumet Region * The Carolinas
The Carolinas
* Central United States
United States
* Champlain Valley
Champlain Valley
* Coastal states
Coastal states
* Colorado
Colorado
Plateau * Columbia Basin
Columbia Basin
* Contiguous United States
United States
* The Dakotas
The Dakotas
* Deep South
Deep South
* Delaware
Delaware
Valley * Delmarva Peninsula * Dixie
Dixie
* Driftless Area
Driftless Area
* East Coast * Eastern United States
United States
* Four Corners
Four Corners
* Frontier Strip
Frontier Strip
* Great American Desert
Great American Desert
* Great Appalachian Valley
Great Appalachian Valley
* Great Basin
Great Basin
* Great Lakes Region * Great North Woods * Great Plains
Great Plains
* Gulf Coast
Gulf Coast
* Gulf South * High Plains * Inland Northwest * Interior Plains * Intermountain States * Jefferson (proposed Pacific state) * Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe
* Lehigh Valley
Lehigh Valley
* Llano Estacado
Llano Estacado
* Mid-Atlantic states
Mid-Atlantic states
* Mississippi
Mississippi
Delta * Mojave Desert
Mojave Desert
* Mormon Corridor
Mormon Corridor
* Mountain States
Mountain States
* Northern New England
New England
* Ohio
Ohio
Valley * Ozarks
Ozarks
* Pacific Northwest
Pacific Northwest
* Pacific States
Pacific States
* Palouse
Palouse
* Piedmont * Piney Woods
Piney Woods
* Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
* Shawnee Hills
Shawnee Hills
* Shenandoah Valley
Shenandoah Valley
* Siouxland
Siouxland
* South Shore * Southeastern United States
United States
* Southern New England
New England
* Southern Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
* Southern United States
United States
* Southwestern United States
United States
* Old Southwest * Susquehanna River
Susquehanna River
* Tennessee
Tennessee
Valley * Tornado Alley
Tornado Alley
* Trans- Mississippi
Mississippi
* Twin Tiers * Upland South
Upland South
* Upper Midwest
Midwest
* Virginias * Waxhaws * West Coast * American Frontier
American Frontier
* Oregon
Oregon
Trail * Appalachian Trail
Appalachian Trail

The Belts

For a more comprehensive list, see List of belt regions of the United States .

* Bible Belt
Bible Belt
* Black Belt * Corn Belt
Corn Belt
* Cotton Belt * Frost Belt * Pine Belt * Rice Belt * Rust Belt
Rust Belt
* Snowbelt
Snowbelt
* Sun Belt
Sun Belt

Interstate Metropolitan Areas

See also: Tri-state area

* Central Savannah River Area
Central Savannah River Area
(part of Georgia and South Carolina)

* Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area
Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area
( District of Columbia
District of Columbia
and parts of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania)

* Washington metropolitan area
Washington metropolitan area
( District of Columbia
District of Columbia
and parts of Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia)

* Greater Boston
Greater Boston
(parts of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire) * Charlotte metropolitan area
Charlotte metropolitan area
(parts of North Carolina
North Carolina
and South Carolina) * Chattanooga Metropolitan Area * Chicago metropolitan area
Chicago metropolitan area
(parts of Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin) * Cincinnati metropolitan area
Cincinnati metropolitan area
(parts of Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky) * Columbus-Auburn-Opelika (GA-AL) Combined Statistical Area (parts of Georgia and Alabama) * Delaware
Delaware
Valley (Philadelphia metropolitan area) (parts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland) * Evansville, IN–KY Metropolitan Statistical Area (parts of Indiana
Indiana
and Kentucky) * Fargo–Moorhead
Fargo–Moorhead
(parts of North Dakota
North Dakota
and Minnesota) * Fort Smith metropolitan area (parts of Arkansas
Arkansas
and Oklahoma) * Front Range Urban Corridor
Front Range Urban Corridor
(parts of Colorado
Colorado
and Wyoming) * Greater Grand Forks
Greater Grand Forks
(part of Minnesota
Minnesota
and North Dakota) * Kansas
Kansas
City metropolitan area (parts of Missouri
Missouri
and Kansas) * Louisville metropolitan area
Louisville metropolitan area
(Kentuckiana) (parts of Kentucky
Kentucky
and Indiana) * Memphis metropolitan area
Memphis metropolitan area
(parts of Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi) * Michiana
Michiana
(parts of Michigan
Michigan
and Indiana) * Minneapolis–Saint Paul (the Twin Cities) (parts of Minnesota
Minnesota
and Wisconsin) * New York metropolitan area
New York metropolitan area
(parts of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania) * Omaha–Council Bluffs metropolitan area (parts of Nebraska
Nebraska
and Iowa) * Portland metropolitan area
Portland metropolitan area
(parts of Oregon
Oregon
and Washington) * Quad Cities
Quad Cities
(parts of Iowa
Iowa
and Illinois) * Sacramento metropolitan area (parts of California
California
and Nevada) * Greater St. Louis
Greater St. Louis
(parts of Missouri
Missouri
and Illinois) * Texarkana metropolitan area (parts of Texas
Texas
and Arkansas) * Tri-Cities (parts of Tennessee
Tennessee
and Virginia) * Twin Ports
Twin Ports
(Duluth, Minnesota
Minnesota
and Superior, Wisconsin
Wisconsin
) * Hampton Roads
Hampton Roads
region (parts of Virginia
Virginia
and North Carolina) * Youngstown–Warren–Boardman metropolitan statistical area (parts of Ohio
Ohio
and Pennsylvania)

Interstate Megalopolises

See also: Megaregions of the United States
United States
and Megalopolis (city type)

* Arizona
Arizona
Sun Corridor * California
California
* Cascadia * Great Lakes * Northeast megalopolis
Northeast megalopolis
* Piedmont Atlantic Megaregion (PAM)

INTRASTATE AND INTRATERRITORY REGIONS

ALABAMA

A map of Alabama
Alabama
regions.

* Alabama
Alabama
Gulf Coast
Gulf Coast
* Greater Birmingham * Black Belt * Central Alabama
Alabama
* Lower Alabama
Alabama
* Mobile Bay * North Alabama
Alabama
* Northeast Alabama
Alabama
* Northwest Alabama
Alabama
* South Alabama
Alabama

ALASKA

The Alaska
Alaska
Panhandle.

* Alaska
Alaska
Interior * Alaska
Alaska
North Slope * Alaska
Alaska
Panhandle * Aleutian Islands
Aleutian Islands
* Arctic
Arctic
Alaska
Alaska
* The Bush * Kenai Peninsula
Kenai Peninsula
* Matanuska-Susitna Valley
Matanuska-Susitna Valley
* Seward Peninsula
Seward Peninsula
* Southcentral Alaska
Alaska
* Southwest Alaska
Alaska
* Tanana Valley
Tanana Valley
* Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta
Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta

AMERICAN SAMOA

American Samoa
American Samoa

* Ofu-Olosega * Rose Atoll * Swains Island
Swains Island
(claimed by Tokelau
Tokelau
) * Ta‘ū * Tutuila
Tutuila
"> The Arizona
Arizona
Strip . For a more comprehensive list, see List of regions of Arizona
Arizona
.

* Arizona
Arizona
Strip * Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon
* North Central Arizona
Arizona
* Northeast Arizona
Arizona
* Northern Arizona
Arizona
* Phoenix metropolitan area
Phoenix metropolitan area
* Southern Arizona
Arizona

ARKANSAS

* Arkansas
Arkansas
Delta * Arkansas
Arkansas
River Valley * Arkansas
Arkansas
Timberlands * Central Arkansas
Arkansas
* Crowley\'s Ridge * Northwest Arkansas
Arkansas
* South Arkansas
Arkansas

CALIFORNIA

For a more comprehensive list, see List of regions of California
California
.

COLORADO

An enlargeable map of the Front Range Urban Corridor
Front Range Urban Corridor
of Colorado and Wyoming
Wyoming

* Central Colorado
Colorado
(part of Southern Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
) * Colorado
Colorado
Eastern Plains (part of High Plains and Great Plains
Great Plains
) * Colorado
Colorado
Front Range (part of Front Range Urban Corridor
Front Range Urban Corridor
) * Colorado
Colorado
Mineral Belt (part of Southern Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
) * Colorado
Colorado
Piedmont (contains parts of the Front Range Urban Corridor and High Plains ) * Colorado
Colorado
Western Slope (part of Southern Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
and Colorado
Colorado
Plateau ) * Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area (part of Front Range Urban Corridor ) * High Rockies
High Rockies
(part of Southern Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
) * Northwestern Colorado
Colorado
(part of Southern Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
) * San Luis Valley
San Luis Valley
* South-Central Colorado
Colorado
(part of Front Range Urban Corridor
Front Range Urban Corridor
) * Southwestern Colorado
Colorado
(part of Southern Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
and Colorado
Colorado
Plateau )

CONNECTICUT

The Greater Bridgeport
Greater Bridgeport
Region in location to other officially recognized Connecticut
Connecticut
regions with regional governments. The Connecticut
Connecticut
Panhandle and "The Oblong".

In Connecticut, there are 14 official regions, each with a regional government that serves for the absence of county government in Connecticut
Connecticut
. There are also a fair number of unofficial regions in Connecticut
Connecticut
with no regional government.

* Central Naugatuck Valley
Central Naugatuck Valley
* Coastal Connecticut
Connecticut
* Connecticut
Connecticut
panhandle * Greater Bridgeport
Greater Bridgeport
* Greater New Haven
Greater New Haven
* Greater Hartford
Greater Hartford
* Housatonic Valley (shared with Massachusetts) * Litchfield Hills
Litchfield Hills
* Lower Connecticut
Connecticut
River Valley * Naugatuck River Valley * New York Metropolitan Area /Gold Coast * Southeastern Connecticut
Connecticut
* Southwestern Connecticut
Connecticut

DELAWARE

"Upstate" or "Up North"

* Delaware
Delaware
Valley also known as "Above the Canal" (referring to the Chesapeake and Delaware
Delaware
Canal )

"Slower Lower"

* Cape Region * Central Kent * Delaware
Delaware
coast

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

See Neighborhoods in the District of Columbia
District of Columbia

FLORIDA

The First Coast. The Florida
Florida
Panhandle . Directional regions

* Central Florida
Florida
* North Florida
Florida
* Northwest Florida
Florida
* North Central Florida
Florida
* Northeast Florida
Florida
* South Florida
Florida
* Southwest Florida
Florida

Local vernacular regions

* Big Bend * Emerald Coast
Emerald Coast
* First Coast
First Coast
* Florida
Florida
Heartland * Florida
Florida
Keys * Florida
Florida
Panhandle * Forgotten Coast * Glades * Gold Coast * Halifax area (also Surf Coast and Fun Coast) * Red Hills * Nature Coast * Space Coast
Space Coast
* Suncoast * Tampa Bay Area
Tampa Bay Area
* Treasure Coast
Treasure Coast

GEORGIA

* Atlanta metropolitan area
Atlanta metropolitan area
* Central Georgia
Central Georgia
* Central Savannah River Area
Central Savannah River Area
* Colonial Coast * Golden Isles of Georgia * Historic South * North Georgia * North Georgia mountains
North Georgia mountains
(Northeast Georgia) * Southern Rivers * Southeast Georgia * Wiregrass Region

Physiographic Regions

* Appalachian Plateau * Blue Ridge Mountains
Blue Ridge Mountains
* Coastal Plain
Coastal Plain
* Piedmont * Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians
Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians

GUAM

* Guam
Guam
(main island)

HAWAII

Hawaiian archipelago Main Hawaiian Islands
Hawaiian Islands

* Hawaiʻi / Big Island

* Hamakua Coast * Kaʻū Desert * Kohala Coast * Kona Coast * Mauna Kea * Puna District * Waiākea-Uka

* Kahoʻolawe

* Kauaʻi

* Nā Pali Coast

* Kaʻula * Lānai

* Maui
Maui

* Haleakalā * Molokini

* West Maui
Maui
Mountains

* Iao Valley

* Molokaʻi

* Kalaupapa Peninsula

* Niʻihau

* Lehua

* Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
Hawaiian Islands

* Nihoa
Nihoa
(Moku Manu) * Necker Island (Mokumanamana) * French Frigate Shoals
French Frigate Shoals
(Kānemiloha) * Gardner Pinnacles
Gardner Pinnacles
(Pūhāhonu) * Maro Reef
Maro Reef
(Nalukākala) * Laysan
Laysan
(Kauō) * Lisianski (Papaāpoho) * Pearl and Hermes (Holoikauaua) * Kure Atoll
Kure Atoll
(Mokupāpapa)

* Oʻahu

* Kaʻena Point * Makapuʻu * North Shore * Waikīkī

IDAHO

The Idaho
Idaho
Panhandle .

* Central Idaho
Idaho
* Eastern Idaho
Idaho
* Idaho
Idaho
Panhandle * Magic Valley
Magic Valley
* North Central Idaho
Idaho
* Palouse
Palouse
Hills * Southern Idaho
Idaho
* Southwestern Idaho
Idaho
* Treasure Valley
Treasure Valley

ILLINOIS

Main article: Regions of Illinois
Illinois
Southern Illinois
Illinois
is also known as "Little Egypt".

* American Bottom
American Bottom
* Central Illinois
Illinois
* Champaign–Urbana metropolitan area
Champaign–Urbana metropolitan area
* Chicago metropolitan area
Chicago metropolitan area
* Driftless Area
Driftless Area
* Forgottonia * Fox Valley * Metro-East * Metro Lakeland * Military Tract of 1812
Military Tract of 1812
* Mississippi
Mississippi
Alluvial Plain * North Shore * Northern Illinois
Illinois
* Northwestern Illinois
Illinois
* Peoria, Illinois
Illinois
metropolitan area * Quad Cities
Quad Cities
* River Bend * Rock River Valley * Shawnee Hills
Shawnee Hills
* Southern Illinois
Illinois
(sometimes, Little Egypt) * Streatorland * Tri-State Area * Wabash Valley
Wabash Valley

INDIANA

Regions of Indiana. Main article: Geography of Indiana
Indiana

* East Central Indiana
Indiana
* Indianapolis metropolitan area
Indianapolis metropolitan area
* Michiana
Michiana
* Northern Indiana
Indiana
* Northwest Indiana
Indiana
* Southern Indiana
Indiana
* Southwestern Indiana
Indiana
* Wabash Valley
Wabash Valley

IOWA

Regions of Iowa.

* Coteau des Prairies
Coteau des Prairies
* Des Moines metropolitan area
Des Moines metropolitan area
* Dissected Till Plains
Dissected Till Plains
* Driftless Area
Driftless Area
* Great River Road
Great River Road
* Honey Lands * Iowa
Iowa
Great Lakes * Loess Hills
Loess Hills
* Omaha–Council Bluffs metropolitan area * Quad Cities
Quad Cities
* Siouxland
Siouxland

KANSAS

* East-Central Kansas
Kansas
* Flint Hills * High Plains * Kansas
Kansas
City Metropolitan Area * North Central Kansas
Kansas
* Osage Plains * Ozarks
Ozarks
* Red Hills * Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe Trail
* Smoky Hills
Smoky Hills
* Southeast Kansas
Kansas

KENTUCKY

Kentucky's regions.

* The Bluegrass * Central Kentucky * Cumberland Plateau
Cumberland Plateau
* Eastern Kentucky
Kentucky
Coalfield * Kentucky
Kentucky
Bend * The Knobs * Northern Kentucky
Kentucky
* Pennyroyal Plateau * South Central Kentucky * The Purchase * Western Coal Fields

LOUISIANA

A map of Louisiana's regions.

* Acadiana
Acadiana

* Cajun Heartland * River Parishes

* Central Louisiana
Louisiana
(Cen-La) * Florida
Florida
Parishes * "French Louisiana" ( Acadiana
Acadiana
+ Greater New Orleans) * Greater New Orleans * North Louisiana
Louisiana

MAINE

* Acadia
Acadia
* Down East
Down East
* High Peaks / Maine
Maine
Highlands * Kennebec Valley * Maine
Maine
Highlands * Maine
Maine
Lake Country * Maine
Maine
North Woods * Mid Coast * Penobscot Bay
Penobscot Bay
* Southern Maine
Maine
Coast * Western Maine
Maine
Mountains

MARYLAND

Maryland's regions.

* Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area * Capital region * Chesapeake Bay
Chesapeake Bay
* Eastern Shore of Maryland
Maryland
* Patapsco Valley * Southern Maryland
Maryland
* Western Maryland
Maryland
* Western Shore of Maryland
Maryland

Regions shared with other states:

* Allegheny Mountains
Allegheny Mountains
* Atlantic coastal plain
Atlantic coastal plain
* Blue Ridge Mountains
Blue Ridge Mountains
* Cumberland Valley
Cumberland Valley
* Delaware
Delaware
Valley * Delmarva Peninsula consists of Maryland\'s and Virginia\'s Eastern Shore and all of Delaware
Delaware
* Piedmont (United States)
Piedmont (United States)
* Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians
Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians

MASSACHUSETTS

The Berkshire region of Massachusetts
Massachusetts
.

* Western Massachusetts
Massachusetts

* The Berkshires (map shown, right) * Housatonic Valley * Pioneer Valley * Quabbin-Swift River Valley

* Central Massachusetts
Massachusetts

* MetroWest
MetroWest
* Montachusett-North County
Montachusett-North County
* South County * Blackstone River Valley

* Northeastern Massachusetts
Massachusetts

* North Shore

* Merrimack Valley * Cape Ann
Cape Ann

* Greater Boston
Greater Boston

* Southeastern Massachusetts
Massachusetts

* Cape Cod and Islands * South Coast * South Shore

MICHIGAN

Michigan's regions. Main article: Geography of Michigan
Michigan

* Lower Peninsula

* Northern Michigan
Michigan

* Leelanau Peninsula
Leelanau Peninsula

* Central/Mid- Michigan
Michigan

* The Thumb
The Thumb

* West Michigan
Michigan

* Michiana
Michiana

* Southeast Michigan
Michigan

* Metro Detroit
Metro Detroit

* Upper Peninsula

* Copper Country
Copper Country
* Keweenaw Peninsula

MINNESOTA

Main article: Geography of Minnesota
Minnesota
Regions of Minnesota.

* Arrowhead Region * Boundary Waters
Boundary Waters
* Buffalo Ridge
Buffalo Ridge
* Central Minnesota
Minnesota
* Coulee Region * Iron Range
Iron Range
* Minnesota
Minnesota
River Valley * North Shore * Northwest Angle * Pipestone Region * Red River Valley
Red River Valley
* Southeast Minnesota
Minnesota
* Twin Cities Metro

MISSISSIPPI

* Black Belt * Mississippi
Mississippi
Alluvial Plain * Mississippi
Mississippi
East Gulf Coast
Gulf Coast
Plain

MISSOURI

The Missouri
Missouri
Bootheel .

* Bootheel * Dissected Till Plains
Dissected Till Plains
* Kansas
Kansas
City Metropolitan Area * Lead Belt * Little Dixie
Dixie
* Natchez Trace * Ozarks
Ozarks
* St. Louis Metropolitan Area

MONTANA

* Big Horn Mountains
Big Horn Mountains
* Eastern Montana
Montana
* The Flathead * Glacier Country * Glacier National Park * Regional designations of Montana
Montana
* South Central Montana
Montana
* Southwestern Montana
Montana
* Two Medicine
Two Medicine
* Western Montana
Montana
* Yellowstone National Park

NEBRASKA

The Nebraska
Nebraska
Panhandle .

* Nebraska
Nebraska
Panhandle * Northwest Nebraska
Nebraska
* Pine Ridge * Rainwater Basin * Sand Hills * Southeast Nebraska
Nebraska
* South Central Nebraska
Nebraska
* Wildcat Hills

NEVADA

* Black Rock Desert
Black Rock Desert
* Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe
* Las Vegas Valley
Las Vegas Valley
* Mojave Desert
Mojave Desert
* Pahranagat Valley * Sierra Nevada
Nevada

NEW HAMPSHIRE

* Connecticut
Connecticut
River Valley * Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region (overlaps with Connecticut
Connecticut
River Valley) * Great North Woods Region * Lakes Region

* Merrimack Valley

* Golden Triangle

* Monadnock Region
Monadnock Region
(overlaps with Connecticut
Connecticut
River Valley) * Seacoast Region * White Mountains

NEW JERSEY

* North Jersey
North Jersey

* Skylands

* Amwell Valley * Black Dirt Region
Black Dirt Region
(shared with New York)

* Great Valley

* Sussex County Snow Belt

* Hunterdon Plateau * Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians
Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians
* Highlands * Somerset Hills * The Sourlands

* Gateway

* Chemical Coast
Chemical Coast
/Soundshore

* Hudson Waterfront

* North Hudson

* Meadowlands * Pascack Valley * Raritan Bayshore
Raritan Bayshore
* West Hudson

* Central Jersey
Central Jersey

* Bayshore * Jersey Shore
Jersey Shore
* Shore Region

* South Jersey
South Jersey

* Shore Region

* Northern Headlands

* Irish Riviera

* Pine Barrens

* Delaware
Delaware
Valley

* Pine Barrens * The Sourlands

* Southern Shore

* Cape May
Cape May
* The Glades * Tri Cities (Bridgeton , Millville , Vineland ) * Tri-County Farm Belt

* Greater Atlantic City

* Pine Barrens * Central Corridor Piedmont Region

NEW MEXICO

* Central New Mexico
New Mexico
* Eastern New Mexico
New Mexico
* New Mexico
New Mexico
Bootheel * Northern New Mexico
New Mexico

NEW YORK

Regions of New York as defined by the New York State Department of Economic Development. 1. Western New York
Western New York
– counties : Niagara , Erie , Chautauqua , Cattaraugus , Allegany 2. Finger Lakes
Finger Lakes
– counties : Orleans , Genesee , Wyoming
Wyoming
, Monroe , Livingston , Wayne , Ontario , Yates , Seneca 3. Southern Tier
Southern Tier
– counties : Steuben , Schuyler , Chemung , Tompkins , Tioga , Chenango , Broome , Delaware
Delaware
4. Central New York
Central New York
– counties : Cortland , Cayuga , Onondaga , Oswego , Madison 5. North Country – counties : St. Lawrence , Lewis , Jefferson , Hamilton , Essex , Clinton , Franklin 6. Mohawk Valley
Mohawk Valley
– counties : Oneida , Herkimer , Fulton , Montgomery , Otsego , Schoharie 7. Capital District – counties : Albany , Columbia , Greene , Warren , Washington , Saratoga , Schenectady , Rensselaer 8. Hudson Valley
Hudson Valley
– counties : Sullivan , Ulster , Dutchess , Orange , Putnam , Rockland , Westchester 9. New York City
New York City
– counties (boroughs) : New York ( Manhattan
Manhattan
), Bronx ( The Bronx
The Bronx
), Queens
Queens
( Queens
Queens
), Kings ( Brooklyn
Brooklyn
), Richmond ( Staten Island ) 10. Long Island
Long Island
– counties : Nassau , Suffolk

* Downstate New York
Downstate New York

* New York metropolitan area
New York metropolitan area
* The Five Boroughs ( New York City
New York City
)

* Long Island
Long Island

* Nassau County * Suffolk County * The Hamptons
The Hamptons
* North Shore (Gold Coast) * South Shore

* Westchester County * Rockland County * Putnam County

* Upstate New York
Upstate New York

* Erie Canal
Erie Canal
Corridor

* New York State Canal System
New York State Canal System
* New York State Canalway Trail

* Western New York
Western New York

* Holland Purchase
Holland Purchase
* Burned-over district

* Finger Lakes
Finger Lakes
* former Leatherstocking Country (now the Central New York
Central New York
Region )

* Central New York
Central New York

* Central New York
Central New York
Military Tract * Phelps and Gorham Purchase * Syracuse metropolitan area

* Mohawk Valley
Mohawk Valley
* Southern Tier
Southern Tier
* Capital District

* North Country

* Adirondack Mountains
Adirondack Mountains

* Adirondack Park
Adirondack Park

* Ski country * Thousand Islands
Thousand Islands
* Tug Hill

* Catskill Mountains
Catskill Mountains

* Borscht Belt
Borscht Belt

* Hudson Valley
Hudson Valley

* Shawangunk Ridge
Shawangunk Ridge
* Black Dirt Region
Black Dirt Region
(shared with New Jersey)

NORTH CAROLINA

Regions of North Carolina.

* Western North Carolina
North Carolina

* Foothills Region

* South Mountains * The Unifour (Catawba Valley Area)

* High Country (Boone Area)

* Land of the Sky

* Asheville Metropolitan Area

* Great Craggy Mountains

* Blue Ridge Mountains
Blue Ridge Mountains

* Black Mountains * Brushy Mountains * Great Balsam Mountains * Unaka Mountains * Unicoi Mountains

* Great Smoky Mountains
Great Smoky Mountains

* Tennessee
Tennessee
Valley

* Central North Carolina
North Carolina

* Piedmont Crescent

* Metropolitan Charlotte (Metrolina)

* Lake Norman
Lake Norman
Area

* Metropolitan Piedmont Triad
Piedmont Triad

* Sauratown Mountains
Sauratown Mountains
* Uwharrie Mountains * Yadkin Valley

* The Research Triangle
Research Triangle

*

* New Hope Valley * Triangle East

* Eastern North Carolina
North Carolina

* Fayetteville Metropolitan Area

* Inner Banks

* Albemarle * Global TransPark Economic Development Area * Tidewater

* Lower Cape Fear (Wilmington Area)

* Outer Banks
Outer Banks

* Crystal Coast

* Bogue Banks * Down East
Down East

* Sandhills

NORTH DAKOTA

* Badlands
Badlands
* Missouri
Missouri
Escarpment * Missouri
Missouri
River Corridor * Red River Valley
Red River Valley

NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS

Northern Mariana Islands
Northern Mariana Islands

* Anatahan
Anatahan
* Agrihan * Asuncion Island * Farallon de Medinilla
Farallon de Medinilla
* Farallon de Pajaros * Guguan * Maug Islands
Maug Islands
* Pagan * Rota * Saipan
Saipan
* Sarigan * Tinian
Tinian

OHIO

The area roughly covered by the Great Black Swamp

* Allegheny Plateau
Allegheny Plateau
* Appalachian Ohio
Ohio
* Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky
Kentucky
metropolitan area * Columbus, Ohio
Ohio
metropolitan area * Connecticut
Connecticut
Western Reserve (historic, now defunct) * Great Black Swamp (shared with Indiana
Indiana
) * The Lake Erie Islands
Lake Erie Islands
* Miami Valley * Northeast Ohio
Ohio
(often used interchangeably with Greater Cleveland , but also includes the counties of Ashtabula , Portage , Summit , Trumbull , Mahoning and Columbiana .) * Northwest Ohio
Ohio

OKLAHOMA

The Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Panhandle .

* Central Oklahoma
Oklahoma
* Cherokee Outlet * Green Country * Kiamichi Country * Little Dixie
Dixie
* Northwestern Oklahoma
Oklahoma
* Panhandle * South Central Oklahoma
Oklahoma
* Southwestern Oklahoma
Oklahoma

OREGON

Main article: List of regions of Oregon
Oregon
Oregon's topography. Oregon\'s High Desert .

* Cascade Range
Cascade Range
* Central Oregon
Oregon
* Columbia Plateau
Columbia Plateau
* Columbia River
Columbia River
* Columbia River
Columbia River
Gorge * Eastern Oregon
Oregon
* Goose Lake Valley * Harney Basin
Harney Basin
* High Desert * Hood River Valley * Mount Hood Corridor * Northwest Oregon
Oregon
* Oregon
Oregon
Coast * Palouse
Palouse
* Portland metropolitan area
Portland metropolitan area
* Rogue Valley
Rogue Valley
* Southern Oregon
Oregon
* Treasure Valley
Treasure Valley
* Tualatin Valley
Tualatin Valley
* Warner Valley * Western Oregon
Oregon
* Willamette Valley
Willamette Valley

PENNSYLVANIA

* Allegheny National Forest
Allegheny National Forest
* Coal Region * Cumberland Valley
Cumberland Valley
* Delaware
Delaware
Valley * Dutch Country * Endless Mountains * Highlands Region * Laurel Highlands
Laurel Highlands
* Lehigh Valley
Lehigh Valley
* Main Line * Northern Tier * Northeastern Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
* Northwest Region * Pittsburgh metropolitan area
Pittsburgh metropolitan area
* The Poconos * South Central Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
* Susquehanna Valley * Western Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
* Wyoming
Wyoming
Valley (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Metropolitan Area)

PUERTO RICO

Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico

* Caja de Muertos
Caja de Muertos
* Culebra * Desecheo Island * Isla de Mona * Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
(main island) * Vieques

RHODE ISLAND

* Blackstone Valley * East Bay * West Bay * South County

SOUTH CAROLINA

* The Lowcountry * The Midlands * The Upstate

Travel/Tourism locations

* Grand Strand
Grand Strand
* Lake Murray Country * The Lowcountry "> South Dakota
South Dakota
East River West River

* East River and West River , divided by the Missouri
Missouri
River * Badlands
Badlands
* Black Hills
Black Hills
* Coteau des Prairies
Coteau des Prairies

TENNESSEE

Main article: Grand Divisions of Tennessee
Tennessee

* East Tennessee
Tennessee
* Middle Tennessee
Tennessee
* West Tennessee
Tennessee

Other geographical distinctions:

* Highland Rim
Highland Rim
* Nashville Basin
Nashville Basin
* Tennessee
Tennessee
Valley

TEXAS

Main article: List of geographical regions in Texas
Texas
The Texas Panhandle .

* Brazos Valley
Brazos Valley

* Central Texas
Texas

* Texas
Texas
blackland prairies * The Hill Country

* Gulf Coast
Gulf Coast

* Galveston Bay
Galveston Bay
* Greater Houston
Greater Houston

* East Texas
Texas

* Piney Woods
Piney Woods
and Northeast Texas
Texas

* North Texas
Texas

* Dallas – Fort Worth Metroplex * Texoma
Texoma

* South Texas
Texas

* Mission Country * Rio Grande Valley
Rio Grande Valley

* Southeast Texas
Texas

* Golden Triangle * Greater Houston
Greater Houston

* Texas
Texas
Midwest/West-Central Texas
Texas
(includes Abilene , San Angelo , Brownwood, Texas
Texas
) * Texas
Texas
Urban Triangle (Houston to San Antonio to Dallas-Fort Worth)

* West Texas
Texas

* Concho Valley * Edwards Plateau
Edwards Plateau
* Llano Estacado
Llano Estacado
(a portion of northwest Texas) * Permian Basin * South Plains
South Plains
(includes 24 counties south of the Texas
Texas
Panhandle and north of the Permian Basin) * Texas
Texas
Panhandle (pictured) * Trans-Pecos * Great Plains
Great Plains

U.S. MINOR OUTLYING ISLANDS

The United States
United States
Minor Outlying Islands ( Navassa Island
Navassa Island
not on map)

* Baker Island
Baker Island
* Howland Island
Howland Island
* Jarvis Island
Jarvis Island
* Johnston Island
Johnston Island
* Kingman Reef
Kingman Reef
* Midway Atoll
Midway Atoll
* Navassa Island
Navassa Island
(claimed by Haiti
Haiti
) * Palmyra Atoll
Palmyra Atoll
* Wake Island
Wake Island

UTAH

* Cache Valley
Cache Valley
* Colorado
Colorado
Plateau * Dixie
Dixie
* Great Salt Lake Desert * Mojave Desert
Mojave Desert
* San Rafael Swell
San Rafael Swell
* Southeastern Utah
Utah
* Southwestern Utah
Utah
* Uinta Mountains
Uinta Mountains
* Wasatch Back * Wasatch Front
Wasatch Front
* Wasatch Range
Wasatch Range

VERMONT

* Burlington metropolitan area * Champlain Valley
Champlain Valley
* Green Mountains
Green Mountains
* Mount Mansfield
Mount Mansfield
* Northeast Kingdom

VIRGIN ISLANDS

* Minor islands of the U.S. Virgin Islands
U.S. Virgin Islands
* Saint Croix * Saint John * Saint Thomas

VIRGINIA

A map of the Shenandoah Valley
Shenandoah Valley
.

* Eastern Shore * Hampton Roads
Hampton Roads
* Historic Triangle
Historic Triangle
* Piedmont region of Virginia
Virginia
* Northern Neck * Northern Virginia
Virginia
* Greater Richmond Region
Greater Richmond Region
* Shenandoah Valley
Shenandoah Valley
* South Hampton Roads
Hampton Roads
* Southside Virginia
Virginia
* Southwest Virginia
Virginia
* Tidewater * Tri-Cities * Virginia
Virginia
Peninsula

WASHINGTON

* Central Washington * Columbia Plateau
Columbia Plateau
* Eastern Washington
Eastern Washington
* Kitsap Peninsula
Kitsap Peninsula
* Long Beach Peninsula * Okanagan Country * Olympic Mountains
Olympic Mountains
* Olympic Peninsula
Olympic Peninsula
* Puget Sound * Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
* San Juan Islands
San Juan Islands
* Skagit Valley
Skagit Valley
* Tri-Cities * Walla Walla Valley * Western Washington
Western Washington
* Yakima Valley

WEST VIRGINIA

* Eastern Panhandle * North-Central West Virginia
Virginia
* Northern Panhandle * Potomac Highlands * Southern West Virginia
Virginia

WISCONSIN

Wisconsin's Door Peninsula .

* Apostle Islands
Apostle Islands
* Central Plain * Chippewa Valley * Door Peninsula * Driftless Region * Eastern Ridges and Lowlands
Eastern Ridges and Lowlands
* Four Lakes Region * Fox River Valley * Kettle Moraine * Lake Superior Lowland * Menomonee Valley
Menomonee Valley
* Northern Highland
Northern Highland
* Southeastern Wisconsin
Wisconsin
* Western Upland

WYOMING

* Bighorn Basin
Bighorn Basin
* Grand Teton
Grand Teton
* Powder River Country * Yellowstone National Park

OTHER REGIONAL LISTINGS

Boy Scouts of America regions in 1992 REGIONS OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

* Central Region * Northeast Region * Southern Region * Western Region

SEE ALSO

* United States
United States
portal

* Geography of the United States
United States
* Historic regions of the United States
United States
* List of metropolitan areas of the United States
United States
* Media market
Media market
, e.g., Nielsen Designated Market Area * The Nine Nations of North America
The Nine Nations of North America
* Political divisions of the United States
United States
* United States
United States
territory * Vernacular geography

NOTES

* ^ Midway Atoll
Midway Atoll
, part of the Northwest Hawaiian Islands, is not politically part of Hawaii; it is one of the United States
United States
Minor Outlying Islands

REFERENCES

* ^ United States
United States
Census Bureau, Geography Division. "Census Regions and Divisions of the United States" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-01-10. * ^ "The National Energy Modeling System: An Overview 2003" (Report #:DOE/EIA-0581, October 2009). United States
United States
Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration
Energy Information Administration
. * ^ "The most widely used regional definitions follow those of the U.S. Bureau of the Census." Seymour Sudman and Norman M. Bradburn, Asking Questions: A Practical Guide to Questionnaire Design (1982). Jossey-Bass : p. 205. * ^ "Perhaps the most widely used regional classification system is one developed by the U.S. Census Bureau." Dale M. Lewison, Retailing, Prentice Hall
Prentice Hall
(1997): p. 384. ISBN 978-0-13-461427-4 * ^ "(M)ost demographic and food consumption data are presented in this four-region format." Pamela Goyan Kittler, Kathryn P. Sucher, Food and Culture, Cengage Learning
Cengage Learning
(2008): p.475. ISBN 9780495115410 * ^ A B "Census Bureau Regions and Divisions with State FIPS Codes" (PDF). US Census Bureau. Archived from the original (PDF) on 21 September 2013. Retrieved 20 June 2010. * ^ "Geographic Terms and Concepts - Census Divisions and Census Regions". US Census Bureau. Retrieved 19 August 2015. * ^ "BEA Regions". Bureau of Economic Analysis. February 18, 2004. Retrieved December 27, 2012. * ^ "Records of Petroleum Administration for War". Retrieved January 3, 2012. * ^ "Appedix A: District Description and Maps" (PDF). Energy Information Administration. October 2012. Retrieved January 3, 2012. * ^ "PADD Definitions". Energy Information Administration. Retrieved January 3, 2012. * ^ "Annual Energy Outlook 2012". Energy Information Administration. June 25, 2012. Retrieved January 3, 2012.

EXTERNAL LINKS

* U.S. Library of Congress Map of the US Regions

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