The Midwest is real, but exactly where it is is not something all agree upon. Jenny Xie at The Atlantic provides some links to an exhibit at the Boston Society of Architects that, among other things, challenges people to draw the boundaries of the Midwest. You can find the site here: Go Ahead, Try Drawing an Outline of the Midwest on a Map – CityLab.
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Blogs I Follow
- Enough Light
- Lenten Lamentations
- The Text Message
- Process: a blog for american history
- john pavlovitz
- Wirelesshogan: Reflections from the Hogan
- Branch and Leaf ... a family history blog
- The Way of Improvement Leads Home
- the way of improvement leads home
- The Pietist Schoolman
- Native News Online
- THE TWELVE
- Borderlands History
- Northwest History
- Buffalo Bill Center of the West test site
- Faith and History