My First Pocket Guide to Wisconsin by Carole Marsh

By Carole Marsh

The appropriate reference advisor for college students in grades three and up - or an individual! this useful, easy-to-use reference consultant is split into seven color-coded sections which include Wisconsin simple proof, geography, heritage, humans, locations, nature and miscellaneous details. every one part is colour coded for simple acceptance. This Pocket advisor comes with entire and finished evidence ALL approximately Wisconsin. Riddles, recipes, and wonderful proof make this advisor a satisfaction!

Wisconsin Basics part explores your state's symbols and their designated that means.
Wisconsin Geography part digs up the what is the place in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin History part is like touring via time to a few of Wisconsin's maximum moments.
Wisconsin People part introduces you to well-known personalities and your next-door pals.
Wisconsin Places part exhibits you the place you may take pleasure in your subsequent relatives holiday.
Wisconsin Nature part tells what mom Nature gave to Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Miscellaneous part describes the genuine enjoyable stuff ALL approximately Wisconsin.

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In 1852, Wisconsin established an office in New York City to attract immigrants to the state. More recently, people have migrated to Wisconsin from Hispanic countries such as Mexico. S. citizens. 47 Disasters & Catastrophes! 1871 Twelve hundred people killed in Peshtigo forest fire–900 more than in the Great Chicago Fire! 1970 University of Wisconsin bombed; one person killed Disasters & Catastrophes 1975 Edmund Fitzgerald sinks during a violent storm on Lake Superior; 29 sailors dead Gordon Lightfoot, a Canadian singer and songwriter, wrote a ballad that told the sad tale of the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald and the loss of her crew!

Under Second Treaty of Paris John Jacob Astor’s American Fur Company founded Erie Canal opens, easing migration to the West Territory of Wisconsin created Timeline Wisconsin becomes the thirtieth state Wisconsin is first state to identify highways by number First Wisconsin television station, WTMJ-TV, begins broadcasting from Milwaukee St. S. District Court orders integration of Milwaukee schools Wisconsin Works program is enacted On to the 21st century! 35 Early History Here come the humans! Early History Thousands of years ago, ancient peoples inhabited Wisconsin.

CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT was a suffragist who worked hard for equal rights for women. She reorganized the League of Women Voters after passage of the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote. 55 Famous Native-Americans BLACK HAWK was a Sauk Indian leader who attempted to restore his tribe’s homeland in Illinois. S. militia unsuccessfully in Illinois and Wisconsin. All but a few were slaughtered. The few that survived were captured by the militia or other Indian tribes. ADA DEER was born in 1935 on the Menominee Indian Reservation.

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