Results for: Midwestern

In United States of America

What are the midwestern states?

The Midwestern states are Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Ohio, NorthDakota, and South Dakota.
In Education

Is midwestern Baptist college accredited?

No this school is not accredited. Therefore, the coursework and degree you complete at this college will not be recognized by accredited colleges and universities as well as m ( Full Answer )
In US Civil War

Is Jerry a midwestern plow farmer?

It is a scientific fact that jerry is most definitely a Midwestern plow-farmer, geological evidence shows that he did in fact have a plow farm. recent photos of his Amish like ( Full Answer )
In Landforms

What landforms are in the midwestern of the US?

Mount Rushmore - South Dakota The Great Lakes - Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, New York, Minnesota The Black Hills - South Dakota Others... Help me here!
In Chicago

What is the tallest building in the Midwestern U.S.?

Willis Tower , aka Sears Tower, stands at 1730 feet and is not just the tallest building in Chicago, but the tallest building in North America. It is currently the fifth talle ( Full Answer )
In Punctuation and Capitalization

When do you capitalize midwestern?

No, except at the beginning of a sentence because it is not a proper noun or when it forms part of the proper noun. Example: Midwestern Australia
In Uncategorized

Who are midwesterners?

Generally people from North central US around great lakes to include sy=tates of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska. ( Full Answer )
In Countries, States, and Cities

Is Kentucky part of the Midwestern?

Kentucky is considered to be one of the southern states. Midwestern states are west of the Missouri River.
In US Presidents

What presidents are from a midwestern state?

From Ohio: William Henry Harrison, Rutherford B. Hayes, JamesGarfield, William McKinley, William Howard Taft and Warren Harding. From Indiana: Benjamin Harrison. From Iowa: He ( Full Answer )