Wisconsin has been home to a wide variety of cultures over the past 12,000 years. The first people arrived around 10,000 BCE during the Wisconsin Glaciation.
Wisconsin is well-known for its lush countryside.
Wisconsin became the 30th state in the USA on May 29, 1848. State Abbreviation - WI; State Capital - Madison; Largest City - Milwaukee
Pictured above is a detailed look at the state’s present composition.
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Pictured above is a portrait of a Ho-Chunk Native American family. The Ho-Chunks were the original residents of the Great Lakes area encompassing Wisconsin.
Wisconsin’s Native American cultural history is rich and eloquent.
The first known inhabitants of what is now Wisconsin were called Paleo-Indians, who first arrived in the region in about 10,000 BC.
'Investigating Wisconsin History' helps students think like historians. Each program poses a 'history mystery' and then follows a variety of historical clues to solve ...
The informational video aptly describes the state’s prehistoric roots.
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A collection of resources and links to the state's homepage, symbols, flags, maps, constitutions, representatives, and much more.