Upstate

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The term upstate may refer to the northerly portions of several U.S. states. It also can refer to parts of states that have a higher elevation, away from sea level. These regions tend to be rural; an exception is Delaware.

On the east coast, "upstate" generally refers to places away from the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Maine, except for "Down East"

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