- Early inmigrants to the Midwest came from different countries such as Germany, Swuitzerland and Scandinavian countries. Minority populations are less of the 0,5 per cent of the total population.
- The Midwest is known as the nation's "breadbasket". Corn is the dominant crop.
- Much of the Midwest has been classified as part of "America's Manufacturing Belt". Apparel, steel and food industries have an important place in the national industry.
Knox PI, Bartels EH, Bohland JR, Holcomb B, Johnston RJ (1998). The United States. A Contemporary Human Geography. Longman Group. UK.
Augusta Maria Gil Esparza, group AA