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I once read a very interesting book titled, "The Nine Nations of North America." It was written by a retired Washington Post traveling correspondent, and he divided the North American continent into nine separate countries and assigned a Capital City to each. Each "nation" seems to function as a separate entity with a shared culture and ethos within its borders. It went as follows: 1)New England: Includes the Maritime Provinces of Canada, Capital: Boston. Cultural specialty: Old England, Scotland, Ireland, sailing, fishing. 2)The Foundry: Includes the industrial NorthEast except New England, includes Ontario and Toronto. Includes Chicago and Milwaukee and Washington, DC, and suburbs of these, and everything East and North of Indianapolis. Capital: New York City. Cultural specialty: factories, smoke stacks, unions, Joe six-pack. 3)Quebec: Includes just Quebec, and maybe the northernmost part of Maine. Capital: Montreal. Cultural specialty: France, speaking French. 4)The South: Includes the 11 former Confederate states, plus Kentucky, the Southern half of West Virginia, and Eastern Oklahoma, but minus the Washington,DC suburbs and the Southern two-thirds of Florida, and minus most of Texas. The dividing line includes Dallas and Houston and Galveston but excludes Ft. Worth, Austin and San Antonio, and Corpus Christi. (Yes, the border goes right between Dallas and Ft. Worth. The author split it down the middle of the runway at DFW airport.) Capital: Atlanta. Cultural specialty: Cash crop agriculture, tobacco, cotton, African slaves, Country Music, NASCAR, moonshine. 5)The Breadbasket: Includes the agrarian midwest, West and North of Chicago and Milwaukee and Indianapolis suburbs, West to the middle of the Dakotas, Nebraska, and Kansas. Includes Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, Capital: Kansas City. Cultural specialty: Farming, hard work, no-nonsense. 6)The Empty Quarter: Includes Western halves of the Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Northwest Texas including Ft. Worth and everything West and North of these but excluding Arizona and New Mexico and including East of Reno, NV. Includes Alberta and Eastern British Columbia, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories of Canada. Capital: Denver. Cutural specialty: Cowboys, Rodeos, Mining, Ranching 7)Caribbea: Includes Southern 2/3rds of Florida, Cuba and Jamaica, and all Islands East of Cuba and Jamaica. Capital: Miami. Cultural specialty: Spanish, cash crop agriculture: tobacco, sugar, African slaves, beach and tropical island life. 8)MexAmerica: Includes most of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Las Vegas, and the Southern half of California, as well as all of Mexico. Capital: Los Angeles. Cultural specialty: Mexico, Mexican food, desert ranching. 9)Ecotopia: includes Northern half of California, Reno, wyoming and Lake Tahoe, Washington, Oregon, Western British Columbia, and Alaska. Capital: San Francisco. Cultural Specialty: Environmentalism, High Tech, Logging and Mining. So, as far as Texas goes, rather than being a nation unto itself, it is really the border of and the melding place of three different cultures. My wife was born and raised in Texas, and she agrees with this assessment. I hope that answers your question.
I do not consider Texas part of the traditional south. Most Texans I would consider southwesterners, you know cowboy types.
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