One of the first districts to rebel against the Capitol was District 3. Known for its production of electronics primarily televisions and computers , District 3 was located in parts of what was once California, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming. Before the Dark Days, District 3 was one of the wealthiest districts in Panem but was crippled by the events of that time period. In the ensuing years, District 3 was fairly wealthy but the citizens lived modestly to poorly in a district populated with factories to produce electronics.
Among the district's most famous residents are Beetee and Wiress, the victors of different Hunger Games. Both Beetee and Wiress were killed in the 75th Hunger Games. District 4, encompassing what was once southern California, parts of Texas, and quite possibly coastal parts of Mexico, was known for its fishing industry.
District 4 is believed to be the fourth-richest district with a population of , It's also believed District 4, a crucial district to Panem, was one of the first districts to rebel against the Capitol. The daily lives of the District 4 residents are unknown although it's been confirmed their diets consist mostly of fish and salty bread tinted green from the addition of seaweed. Although frowned upon, District 4 is known for producing Career Tributes, citizens raised to volunteer to be tributes in the Hunger Games and spending much of their young lives training to be victors.
Among the most well-known of the District 4 residents are Mags Flanagan, victor of the 11th Hunger Games and participant in the 75th Hunger Games; Finnick Odair, victor of the 65th Hunger Games and participant in the 75th Hunger Games, who's known for his use of a trident as a weapon, and Annie Cresta, the 70th Hunger Games winner and wife of Finnick.
District 5 is the district responsible for supplying power to the entirety of Panem. There's no general consensus on the location of District 5, but a variety of maps including the one pictured above approximate it to be located in the northern U. Among the district's most famous residents are Foxface, the girl from the 74th Hunger Games who operated as a lone wolf but died after accidentally eating poisonous Nightlock berries, and Porter Millicent Tripp, victor of the 38th Hunger Games who received a spinal injury so severe during the games she had to wear a head brace for the rest of her life.
Covering parts of what was once Michigan and Illinois, District 6 is known for its production of transportation vehicles. The goods made in this district include hovercrafts, high-speed trains, cargo trains, and the like. Katniss also witnesses the effects of morphling addiction firsthand with the male and female District 6 victors who return for the 75th Hunger Games and spend much of their training time painting one another ostensibly to camouflage themselves in the arena rather than train with actual weapons.
Among the more infamous Hunger Games tributes is District 6's Titus, who participated in an unspecified Hunger Games but was remembered for his cannibalism of the other tributes and being killed in an avalanche. District 7 is located in the former Pacific Northwest and, more specifically, what was once Washington state. Given its strategic location, District 7 is responsible for the production and shipment of lumber and paper throughout Panem.
Johanna Mason is perhaps the most famous resident of District 7, having won the 71st Hunger Games and survived the 75th Hungers Games. She went on to serve with Katniss in the Second Rebellion. Citizens of District 7 are known to be particularly skilled with axes and Johanna was evidence of this regional skill, using axes during both of her Hunger Games runs and during the rebellion.
District 7 notably detonated landmines and killed a large group of Peacekeepers while the 75th Hunger Games were going on, signaling to the Capitol the district was joining others in a rebellion against its repressive rule.
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A smaller district covering what was once South Carolina, District 8 is responsible for the production of all textiles in Panem. The district specializes in making the uniforms for the Peacekeepers of Panem. Katniss observed during the Victory Tour that District 8 was a grimy, industrial district, with nary a blade of grass in sight and the district's residents living in dirty, cramped tenements. District 8 residents Cecelia and Wolf are the district's most well-known Hunger Games victors, although both died in the first days of the 75th Hunger Games.
District 9 is one of the largest districts with a population of approximately 15, but it is also one of the poorest districts in Panem.
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Not too much is known about District What has been confirmed is District 10 is one of the smaller districts operating in the former American Southwest, including parts of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. The district's primary industry is livestock. One refugee from District 10, Dalton, managed to find a safe haven in District 13 a few years before the Second Rebellion. District 11 was home to Hunger Games tributes Rue and Thresh as well as victors Seeder, Chaff, and an unknown third victor.
Located in what was once the southeast of the U. Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Louisiana as well as parts of the Ozarks, Oklahoma, and Kansas, District 11 was primarily an agricultural district. The residents of District 11 were responsible for supplying all of Panem with cotton and grain. In spite of the abundance of resources grown and shipped across Panem coming from District 11, the Peacekeepers were notoriously strict in the district, leading to citizens who were impoverished and malnourished. District 12 is located approximately in the northern Appalachian mountain region in the former Eastern United States.
With a population of approximately 8,, the district is impoverished with many locals forced to hunt for their food, make their own clothes, and live on scraps from the Capitol. District 12's primary industry is coal mining, which makes sense considering the district encompassed what was once West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Maryland. Gale Hawthorne, Katniss's close friend and District 12 resident, also becomes a renowned figure for his role in the Second Rebellion.
District 12 was bombed after the 75th Hunger Games, which saw Katniss and Peeta break the rules of the games and destroy the arena. District 12 managed to rebuild and grew stronger throughout the Second Rebellion.
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After the rebellion, District 12 changed industries, switching from coal mining to the production of medicines. Before the Capitol struck it down during the Dark Days, District 13 was known primarily for its manufacturing of nuclear weapons. Per Katniss's own memories of what she'd been told about District 13, graphite mining was also a big industry. District 13 threatened The Capitol with nuclear war should The Capitol's government ever interfere with the district.
As such, District 13 quietly carried on, never submitting a tribute to the Hunger Games. The Wilds are located where Canada once was.
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