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Our goal is to survey cultural perceptions defi ning the U.S. Northwest region. As geographers, we should concern ourselves with mental constructs of regions, as they can easily impede or facilitate communication. Assumptions of others' regional boundaries and images may be erroneous. Over the past several decades, a handful of geographers have begun to examine these perceptual (or vernacular) maps and regions. Students at 21 colleges and universities were asked to identify: (1) boundaries ofdoi:10.1353/pcg.0.0009 fatcat:t7brqe3rsjc3liek2r574vl2ne