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Wisconsin is considered to be America's leading producer of dairy products and at times called as America's Dairyland. As a matter of fact, the state ranks number one when in cow's milk which now number to 1, 5000,000 and it is where 15% of the entire nation's milk come from.
Like the rest of the states, the region had been inhabited by the native American Indians and the name Wisconsin had been derived from an Indian word which is believed to mean the long river. The state's largest cities are Milwaukee, Madison and Green Bay and Madison its capital. ?One of the most famous spots to go to when visiting Wisconsin is the Wisconsin Dells. It is where the Wisconsin River passes in an eight mile long winding gorge. Other interesting places in Wisconsin are Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Nathaniel Dean House, Alexander House, Heritage Hill State Historical Park and Old Rock Mill Museum
Another interesting thing that draws a lot of people to Wisconsin is the Milwaukee's Summerfest where more than 2,500 do different performances.
Wisconsin is the home of several notable people like Seymour Cray, Frank Lloyd Wright, Pee Wee King, Harry Houdini, Douglas MacArthur and Gene Wilder. Aside from the mentioned personalities, the state is also the home of the ever famous motorcycle Harley Davidson.
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Wisconsin Marine Killed in Afghanistan Buried
A Marine killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan has been laid to rest in eastern Wisconsin. MANITOWOC ... escorted Cain's casket from Salem Ebenezer Reformed Church to the cemetery next door where military members honored the Marine with a gun salute.
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The green cemetery Fox claims it was Wisconsins first was established in 1995, but the sanctuary only got permits to bury bodies there in June. Before that, it could only bury ashes. While no bodies are buried in the cemetery yet, there are 12 ...
Wisconsin author takes on fascination of graveyards
He tells the stories of 32 Wisconsin burial spots, and some of the people who lie there. Wisconsins grandest cemetery is Forest Home, in Milwaukee, which has been a tourist attraction since it opened in 1850. The 72-acre Forest Home has an arboretum ...
Stepping into the past: Cemetery walk brings local history to life
Plymouth's early days came to life Friday at the city's Riverside Cemetery. From Civil War veteran Willard ... as part of the Iron Brigade of soldiers from Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. We narrowly escaped being captured by Johnny Reb ...
Cemetery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A cemetery is a place in which dead bodies and cremated remains are buried. The term cemetery (from Greek : sleeping place) implies that the land ...
Cemetery Records Online - Search Cemeteries
An archive of cemetery records from tens of thousands of cemeteries across the world. Search for cemetery records, browse cemeteries, and contribute your ...
Cemetery Lookup - Find A Grave - Millions of Cemetery Records and ...
Find A Grave currently contains information for over 300000 cemeteries in over 170 different countries. Find A Grave has at least a partial listing of ...
[[A person is in a cemetery, near a gravestone. Other people stand around staring.]] Person: Frankly, you deserve this. You KNEW I wanted a sans-serif font, ...
Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs Southern Wisconsin ...
The cemetery's rules and regulations are posted at the cemetery entrance. ... The cemetery is located south of the Milwaukee metropolitan area in Racine ...
countypoorfarm Cemetery Index
County Poor Farm Cemetery Index. York, Clark Co., WI ... This data was obtained from cemetery & family records, a walk-through, tombstone photos, obituaries and ...
Master Index of Clark County, WI Cemeteries
Index of names and burial places in Clark County Wis. prepared for history, educational and genealogy uses ... Clark County, WI Cemeteries included are: ...
Plainfield, WI Cemetery
A dedicated page with pictures of Wisconsin serial killer Ed Gein. Includes many pictures of the Plainfield cemetery