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    Wisconsin Resources and Information

    Wisconsin was the 30th state in the US, being admitted on May 29, 1848. The largest city is Milwaukee. There are 65,503 square miles, making it the 23rd biggest state. The population is 5,363,675, as of the 2000 census. Known as "America's Dairyland," Wisconsin is also known for cheese. Citizens of Wisconsin are referred to as Wisconsinites, although a common nickname among non-residents is "Cheeseheads. Wisconsin is very popular for outdoor activities especially hunting and fishing. One of the most popular game animals is the Whitetail deer. The major industries are dairy products, farming, machinery, paper manufacturing, beer and tourism. Planning to relocate to Wisconsin? If so, check out the following websites for information such as the job market, taxes, insurance and the economy in Wisconsin.

    The State of Wisconsin Official Site
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    Wisconsin Upper Midwestern State Of The United States. It Is Bounded By Lake Superior And The Upper Peninsula Of Michigan, From Which It Is Divided By The Menominee R. (N); Lake Michigan (E); Illinois (S); And Iowa And Minnesota (W), With The Mississippi R. Forming Much Of That Border.

    Wisconsin Economy

    The Rough Isolation Of Wisconsin's North Woods Region Is Cut By Part Of The Gogebic Range, From Which Much Iron Ore Was Extracted Before 1965. Iron Mining Was Resumed Briefly In 1969 But Has Since Stopped Altogether. Sand And Gravel, Stone, And Lime Are Other Valuable Mineral Resources; Zinc (as Well As Lead) Is Mined In The Driftless Area In The Southwest. Important Copper Deposits Were Discovered In The North In The 1970s. The State's Greatest Natural Resource Since Its Earliest Days Has Been Lumber. Dense Forests (white Pines In The North, Hardwoods Elsewhere) Once Covered All Except The Southern Prairie. While Reckless Exploitation In The Late 19th Cent. Drastically Reduced The Magnificent Stands, Extensive Conservation And Reforestation Measures Have Saved The Valuable Lumber Industry, And Today C.40% Of Wisconsin's Land Area Is Forested. The Pulp, Paper, And Paper-products Industrial Complex In Green Bay And Appleton Is One Of The Largest In The Nation. The State's Accent, However, Is Chiefly Pastoral. One Of The Nation's Largest Dairy Herds Grazes Here, And Wisconsin Is The Leading State In The Production Of Cheese As Well As The Second Largest Milk Producer (after California). After Dairy Products And Cattle, The State's Most Valuable Farm Commodities Are Corn And Soybeans. Other Important Crops Are Hay, Oats, Potatoes, Alfalfa, And A Great Variety Of Fruits And Vegetables. Food Processing, Predictably, Is One Of The State's Foremost Industries, Along With The Manufacture Of Machinery, Which Is Centered In Milwaukee, Madison, And Racine. Other Important Manufactures Are Vehicles And Transportation Equipment, Metal Products, Medical Instruments And Equipment, Farm Implements, And Lumber. Almost All Wisconsin's Major Industries Are To Be Found Within Metropolitan Milwaukee, Where The Traditional Brewing And Meatpacking Are Rivaled By The Manufacture Of Heavy Machinery And Diesel And Gasoline Engines. Wisconsin Has Numerous Ports On The Great Lakes Capable Of Accommodating Oceangoing Vessels. The Superb Harbor At Superior (shared With Duluth, Minn.) Has Sizable Shipyards And Coal And Ore Docks That Are Among The Nation's Largest. Tourism And Outdoor Recreation Are Burgeoning, And Several Native American Groups Operate Gambling Casinos In The State; Through Casino Enterprises The Winnebago Tribe Has Become One Of The State's Larger Employers.
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