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New Ingland
Clockwise frae top: skyline o Boston's financial destrict at nicht; a biggin o Yale Varsity in New Haven, Connecticut; a view frae Nubble Light on Cape Neddick in Maine; view frae Mount Mansfield in Vermont; an a fisherman on Cape Cod in Massachusetts
Clockwise frae top: skyline o Boston's financial destrict at nicht; a biggin o Yale Varsity in New Haven, Connecticut; a view frae Nubble Light on Cape Neddick in Maine; view frae Mount Mansfield in Vermont; an a fisherman on Cape Cod in Massachusetts
The first banner o New England
Banner
Motto(s): Na offeecial motto, but common de facto mottoes include "An appeal to Heaven" an "Nunquam libertas gratior extat" ("Nowhaur daes leeberty appear in a mair gracious form")
Location o New Ingland (reid) in the Unitit States
Location o New Ingland (reid) in the Unitit States
Composition
Lairgest metropolitan aurie
  • Boston-Cambridge-Quincy
Lairgest ceety Boston
Aurie
 • Total 186,458 km2 (71,991.8 sq mi)
 • Laund 162,362 km2 (62,688.4 sq mi)
Population (2017 est.)[1]
 • Tot 14,810,001
 • Density 79/km2 (210/sq mi)
Demonym(s) New Inglander, Yankee[2]
GDP (nominal)[3]
 • Tot $1.0 trillion (2017)
 • per capita $69,000 (2017)
Dialects New Ingland Inglis, New Ingland French

New Ingland (Inglis: New England) is a geografical region comprisin sax states o the northeastren Unitit States: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, an Connecticut.[lower-alpha 1]

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