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Everything You Need to Know About the State of Wisconsin (WI)

Wisconsin became a U.S. territory following the American Revolution and soon after began attracting settlers looking for work inits the mining, lumber, and dairy industries. It was admitted to the union as the 30th state in 1848. In the years leading up to the Civil War, Wisconsin was an important stop on the Underground Railroad, with many slaves passing through the state on their way to freedom in Canada. Today, Wisconsin leads the nation in dairy production and is known for the quality of its cheddar cheese–residents even sometimes refer to themselves as “cheeseheads.” Famous Wisconsinites include architect Frank Lloyd Wright, magician Harry Houdini, and U.S. Army General Douglas MacArthur.

Wisconsin earned the nickname “Badger State,” not because of its proliferation of badgers, but because its earliest white inhabitants were itinerant lead miners who burrowed into the hills for shelter rather than waste time and resources on a more permanent structure.
Enraged by the recent passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, Alvan Bovay convened a meeting at a schoolhouse in Ripon to create a new political party that would defend against the expansion of slavery. It was during this meeting, on March 20, 1854, that the Republican Party was established.
The first dairy school in the United States was established at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1890. Although only two students attended the first class, enrollment jumped to 75 within a year after Professor Stephen Babcock developed a test that measured the butterfat content of milk. The “Babcock test” provided an incentive to produce high-quality milk and allowed farmers to be paid accordingly.
In 1911, Victor Berger became the first Socialist elected to Congress. After winning the election again in 1918, the House of Representatives refused to seat him due to an unresolved legal battle involving his outspoken condemnation of U.S. involvement in World War I. By 1921 the U.S. The Supreme Court had ruled in his favor and the charges against him were dismissed.
Each year Milwaukee hosts an 11-day event dubbed the “World’s Largest Music Festival,” which features more than 700 bands on 11 stages along the shore of Lake Michigan. Created by Mayor Henry Maier in 1968, Summerfest attracts around one million attendees.
In 2011, Wisconsin’s more than 1.2 billion dairy cows produced over three billion gallons of milk.

Wisconsin Transportation Information

  • Wisconsin Rail Transport
  • Wisconsin Roads
  • Wisconsin Marine Transport
  • Wisconsin Interstate highways
  • Wisconsin Rail Transport

    Works Cited

    Wikipedia,https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wisconsin. Accessed March 13, 2020.

    History.com, Editors,Updated: August 21, 2018 |Original:November 6, 2009,

    https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/wisconsin.  Accessed March 13, 2020.

    Amtrak provides daily passenger rail service between Chicago and Milwaukee through the Hiawatha Service. Also provided is cross-country service via the Empire Builder with stops in several cities across Wisconsin. Commuter rail provider Metra’s Union Pacific North (UP-N) line has its northern terminus in Kenosha, the only Metra line and station in the state of Wisconsin. The Hop, a modern streetcar system in Milwaukee, began service in 2018. The 2.1 miles (3.4 km) initial line runs from Milwaukee Intermodal Station to Burns Commons. The system is expected to be expanded in the future.

  • Wisconsin Roads

    Works Cited

    Wikipedia,https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wisconsin. Accessed March 13, 2020.

    History.com, Editors,Updated: August 21, 2018 |Original:November 6, 2009,

    https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/wisconsin.  Accessed March 13, 2020.

    The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is responsible for planning, building and maintaining the state’s highways. Eight Interstate Highways are located in the state.

    The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is a governmental agency of the U.S. state of Wisconsin responsible for planning, building and maintaining the state’s highways. It is also responsible for planning transportation in the state relating to rail, including passenger rail, public transit, freight water transport, and air transport, including partial funding of the Milwaukee-to-Chicago Hiawatha Service provided by Amtrak.

    The Wisconsin DOT is made up of three executive offices and five divisions organized according to the transportation function. WisDOT’s main office is located at Hill Farms State Transportation Building in Madison, and it maintains regional offices throughout the state.

  • Wisconsin Marine Transport

    Works Cited

    Wikipedia,https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wisconsin. Accessed March 13, 2020.

    History.com, Editors,Updated: August 21, 2018 |Original:November 6, 2009,

    https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/wisconsin.  Accessed March 13, 2020.

    The Fox–Wisconsin Waterway is a waterway formed by the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers. First used by European settlers in 1673 during the expedition of Marquette & Joliet, it was one of the principal routes used by travelers between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River until the completion of the Illinois and Michigan Canal in 1848 and the arrival of railroads. The western terminus of the Fox–Wisconsin Waterway was at the Mississippi at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. It continued up the Wisconsin River about 116 miles (187 km) until reaching Portage, Wisconsin. Their travelers would portage to the Upper Fox River, or eventually, use the Portage Canal. It continued about 160 miles (257 km) down the Fox River, following it through Lake Winnebago and continuing on the Lower Fox over 170 feet (50 m) of falls to the eastern terminus of Green Bay.

    In the mid-19th century, the waterway was improved with numerous locks, dams, and canals, including the 2-mile (3 km) Portage Canal between the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers. All the locks were not completed until 1876, well after the Illinois and Michigan Canal and at the point where the move from canals to railroads was in full swing. Later development on the waterway introduced barriers to navigation, such as the dam at Prairie du Sac. The use of the waterway was never substantial and it slowly died out. The Portage Canal was closed in 1951 and most of the Upper Fox River locks and dams fell into disuse. The lock system on the Lower Fox River, from Lake Winnebago to Green Bay, was closed in 1983 to prevent the upstream spread of invasive species such as the lamprey.

    The Fox-Wisconsin is no longer used as a transportation route between the Mississippi River and the Great Lakes. However, the various reaches of the waterway enjoy significant recreational use. Plans are well advanced for reopening the Lower Fox locks and dams.

  • Wisconsin Interstate highways

    Works Cited

    Wikipedia,https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wisconsin. Accessed March 13, 2020.

    History.com, Editors,Updated: August 21, 2018 |Original:November 6, 2009,

    https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/wisconsin.  Accessed March 13, 2020.

    Primary Interstate Highways

    I-39 182.14 293.13 I-39/I-90 near Beloit US 51/WIS 29 in Rothschild

    I-41 175.43 282.33 I-94/I-41/US 41 near Russell, IL I-43 and US 41/US 141 in Howard

    I-43 191.55 308.27 I-39/I-90 and WIS 81 in Beloit US 41/US 141 in Howard

    I-90 187.13 301.16 I-90 in La Crosse I-39/I-90 in Beloit

    I-94 348.23 560.42 I-94 in Hudson I-94/I-41/US 41 near Russell, IL

    Auxiliary Interstate Highways

    I-535 1.21 1.95 US 53 and WIS 35 in Superior I-535/US 53 at Duluth, MN

    I-794 3.50 5.63 I-43/I-94/US 41 in Milwaukee WIS 794 in Milwaukee

    I-894 9.92 15.96 I-94 and US 45 in West Allis I-43/I-94 in Milwaukee.

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