What is a Wisconsin?
Wisconsin is not an object; it is one of the states in the USA, North America.
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Answer . I don't believe Wisconsin has an emancipation statute. However, you might still be able to petition for emancipation, because generally you can ask the court for anything you want. It would be wise to consult with a local attorney.
Answer . There are several colleges in Wisconsin offering the Master of Business Administration Degree which takes from 2-4 years to complete. A few to check out are University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Lakeland College, Concordia University, among many others. I would try a few of their websites… and request information from them. ( Full Answer )
Portage, Wisconsin . This town is in the southern part of WI, about 40 milrd north of Madison.
Wisconsin has a governor, not a mayor. Some cities have mayors. The current Wisconsin governor is Scott Walker.
Wisconsin is in the United States - in the Midwest. It borders Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, and Michigan. It is also part of the Great Lakes region, bordering Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. See link below for Wisconsin's location relative to the US. Wisconsin is located in the mid-western region.
The French explorer Jacques Marquette arrived in the area of what is now Wisconsin and named the river near it (the Wisconsin River) Meskousing. The spelling of this river was boched by other explorers until it became Ouisconsin. The English spelled it so it was more pronouncable to the English-spea…king tongue in the 19th century. The name Wisconsin originates from the misspelling of the words Meskousing (Native American) and Ouisconsing. in 1830, the House of Representatives began the spelling of the name Wisconsin. Did this help you??=D ( Full Answer )
Yes, it is a river of central and southwest Wisconsin flowing about 692 km (430 mi) south and west to the Mississippi River. . For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section indicated below. The longest river in Wisconsin is the Wisconsi…n River. It is 430 miles long. ( Full Answer )
Freedom, Wisconsin is located in the United States. The town islocated in Outagamie county. As of 2014, the population is 5,842.
Wisconsin is famous for SummerFest, Harley Davidson, and cheese.It is also the birthplace of Frank Lloyd Wright, the famousarchitect and the birthplace of the Barnum and Bailey Circus,billed at the time as "The Greatest Show on Earth." The state isalso home to the Green Bay Packers, one of the most …famous andstoried NFL teams in history. It is infamous for the serial killerJeffrey Dahmer . The state produces more dairy products than any other, and isthe second largest producer of milk (after California). Shopsmaking and selling locally made cheese can be found throughout thestate and as it calls itself "America's dairy state" it has anample supply of fresh cow and goat milk to harbor what has becomeconsidered a craft by many there. Many Wisconsin cheese makers taketheir craft as seriously as a fine vintner takes the production ofhis wine, and just the same it is both a science and an art. . One word of caution though, there are numerous "tourist traps"that line the major travel routes and sell sub-standard cheese atinflated prices. If you want to find the best cheese, ask thelocals, who are typically quite friendly - so much so that you mayhave to hear about Aunt Ruth's gout before getting the skinny onthe best cheese around. If you plan on visiting Wisconsin, youshould also consider another famous tradition there, though famousperhaps only to frequent visitors to the area, the Friday fish fry.At nearly every bar every Friday night they serve fried fish,typically all you can eat with fries and slaw. Just like the cheesethere is good and bad, so ask the locals and avoid the touristtraps. ( Full Answer )
Largest City is Milwaukee . Earth Day start . Capital is Madison . 2nd biggest producer of dairy products after California . State bird: Robin . Home of the Biggest Waterparks in the World . Has 4 seasons . Football Team: Green Bay Packers . College Football Team: Badgers . Home of Laura In…galls Wilder . Famous for cheese . Home of Georgia O'Keeffe. (famous painter) The ice cream sundae was invented here in 1881 to get around BlueLaws prohibiting ice cream from being sold on Sundays. ( Full Answer )
The weather in Wisconsin is generally cold and snowy in the winter.During the summer months, it is warm and humid.
"Badger State" Although the badger has been closely associated with Wisconsin since territorial days, it was not declared the official state animal until 1957. Over the years its likeness had been incorporated in the state coat of arms, the seal, the flag and even State Capitol architecture, as wel…l as being immortalized in the song "On, Wisconsin!" ("Grand old bager state!") ( Full Answer )
Bucky Badger. His full name, something you learn on the campus tour, is Buckingham U. Badger.
In Wisconsin a DUI remains a misdemeanor charge until the fourth offense within five years-which is pretty lenient compared with other states' DUI laws. A first offense DUI will likely result in fairly hefty fines, license revocation, community service, alcohol education classes, and a probation per…iod. ( Full Answer )
\n. \nOne of the most famous school fight songs ever written.\n. \nIt's the fight song for the University of Wisconsin's football team. Its lyrics are:\n. \n On, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nPlunge right through that line! \nRun the ball clear down the field, boys \ntouchdown sure this time. (U ra…h rah) \nOn, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nFight on for her fame \nFight! Badgers! - fight, fight, fight! \nWe'll win this game.. \nOn, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nStand up, Badgers, sing! \n"Forward" is our driving spirit, \nLoyal voices ring.. \nOn, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nRaise her glowing flame \nStand, Fellows, let us now \nSalute her name! . \nLater on, they kept the tune, rewrote the lyrics and designated it the Wisconsin state song. Those lyrics are:\n. \n On, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nGrand old badger state! \nWe, thy loyal sons and daughters, \nHail thee good and great. \nOn, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nChampion of the right, \n"Forward!", our motto - \nGod will give thee might! . \nIt's also the fight song of half the high schools in America. ( Full Answer )
Though essentially absent in developed and agricultural areas, there are indeed chiggers in WI, most commonly found in dry grassland areas.
The Wisconsin Dells is 50 miles north of Madison, WI on I90/94, or it's about 100 miles north of the IL border (South Beloit) on I90
Wisconsin is in the Midwest by Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, Illinios, and Indiana. It's also around Lake Superior
Well, there is no Antioch, WI. However, there is an Antioch, IL, just a mile or so south of the Illinois / Wisconsin border. It is about an hour's drive north of Chicago, and about 5 miles west of Interstate 94. The main intersection is IL 83 and IL 173.
"Forward" Reflecting Wisconsin's continuous drive to be a national leader, the state adopted "Forward" as the official state motto in 1851.
Wisconsin is like most of the Midwestern states in terms ofclimate, size, and things to do. It is a big producer of cheese,and home to the Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Bucks'
The Wisconsin idea is a political policy. This policy was developedin Wisconsin (hence the name) and is used to foster thecontributions of public universities to the state as well as ensurethat legislation benefits the greatest number of people in acommunity.
A "cheesehead" is someone who is a fan of the Green Bay Packers. Since Wisconsin is the cheese state and many of the bigger farms are in or near Green Bay, we are considered the cheeseheads. You will see many people wearing cheesehats at Packer games. If you go to a Wisconsin store you can also find… cheese colsters, toys, hats, and more goodies involving cheeseheads or the Packers. ( Full Answer )
Peacocks are most suited for places where there are a lot of rainbows. That is the climate that works best.
A north-central US State that border Lake Michigan and Lake Superior and also shares borders with Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Minnesota.
Wisconsin Dells is a city in Wisconsin. It has over 8 water parks, arcades, famous restaurants like Mr. Pancake, and family fun activities like golf and Mt. Olympus. It is the water park capital of the world.
They produce alot of dairy products....the cheese is awesome. and the dells are freaking sweet!
Wisconsin is 1 of the BEST states ever! im telling u it is a fun experience i live here and it is the dairy land how cool! u should live here/come here! try it! I think it's one of the best states in the U.S. because its very fun, and also the cities you should go to is Milwaukee and Green Bay. C…HEESEHEAD! ( Full Answer )
Mequon is a small city nort of Milwaukee, it is in Wisconsin, USA. It's zipcode is 53092 and it has three elementry schools, two middle schools and one high school. Few people actually know about Mequon and many times the spokeswoman for ATW(assignment the world) has pronounced it wrong. It is corre…ctly pronounced [meh(as in meth)-kuan(it's like quad only with a n)]. That is Mequon, and you can probably find it on Google Maps. Maybe. ( Full Answer )
It is in Wisconsin. Its north of Madison. Its by Arlington. There is a McDonalds and a Subway entering Poynette and currenty building a mini mart. MADELINE RULES WOOOOOOOOOO!!!
Wisconsin is an English spelling of "Ouisconsin", itself a French version of "Mesconsing", a Miami Indian name for what is now called the Wisconsin River. Roughly translated the original meaning describes it as a river meandering through something red, most likely referring to the red sandstone blu…ffs in the Wisconsin Dells area. So, it would seem that the state of Wisconsin was named after the river by the same name and not the other way around as one might surmise. This is not surprising, however, given that during that time period rivers were major travel routes and routes of trade with the natives of the region. particularly for beaver which were nearly extinct in Europe at the time. James Duane Doty is credited with giving the territory, which later became a state with its name. He rallied Congress to create a new territory called "Chippewau" and when that failed, he tried again proposing the territory be called "Wiskonsin" in recognition of its principal river. ( Full Answer )
if you look on the ground on a hot sunny day or see a weird bug bugging around your house for food, you can find lots of different insects like ladybugs, ants, moths, silverfish and lots more.
The Wisconsin Idea brought public education to the governmentlevel. The state of Wisconsin developed the idea that publiceducation should be funded through public funds, like state taxes.This also gives the government of Wisconsin the right to make lawsto govern public education and to decide how th…e public funds arebeing spent towards education. ( Full Answer )
If you want to have fun a very good place to go is Wisconsin dells .
Wisconsin was founded because there were enough people occupyingthe space. Once enough people lived in an area it could be foundedas a state.
It snows quite often in the winter. Average snowfall ranges from about 40 inches in the southern part of the state, to over 100 inches in favored snow belt regions near Superior. The winters can be quite long as well, with snow in May in some parts.
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Wisconsin was discovered by Jean Nicolet in 1634, while looking forthe Northwest Passage to China.
Illinois borders Wisconsin to the South, to the North is Canada, Lake Superior, and the UP of Michigan, to the East is Lake Michigan, and to the West is the Mississippi River and Minnesota === Psst. Don't look now, but Wisconsin does not share a border with Canada. The borders of Minnesota and M…ichigan converge in Lake Superior, south of the International Boundary. ( Full Answer )
Of course not. Wisconsin is cause The Badger State because there are no badgers whatsoever in the state.yes there are , the 1st person who answered was wrong , then why would it be called the badger state then ?
tons of plants are in Wisconsin like for instance the state flower is wood violet.
No, there is no Wisconsin, Wisconsin. Although, there is a Wisconsin Dells, WI and there is also a Wisconsin Rapids, WI.
The most accepted abbreviation is WI (which are both written ascapital letters). This practice is accepted by the US Postal Systemfor all US states and Territories. WI
Chupacabras are, for the time being, mythical creatures. They are a study within the field of cryptozoology, which also includes dragons and elves. Chupacabras have allegedly been spotted in various areas of North and South America, however as there has been no recorded evidence of their existenc…e they are considered unreal. Due to this problem, it's impossible to identify the creatures, it's impossible to track the creatures, and impossible to determine if they exist within Wisconsin. ( Full Answer )
Yes, white pelicans have recently started returning to Wisconsinalong the Mississippi and in in the Fox Valley area.
Wisconsin is located in the north of continental United States. Itis located between Minnesota and Michigan.
The distance across Wisconsin fromeast to west is 260 miles. The distance across Wyoming from northto south is 310 miles.
Wisconsin's major industries are manufacturing, agriculture, andhealth care. Wisconsin is one of the nation's leading producers ofmilk, cheese and butter. Agriculture crops include corn,cranberries, potatoes and carrots. Manufacturing production includetransportation, equipment, paper products and h…ealth care devices. ( Full Answer )
The major rivers in Wisconsin arethe Wisconsin River, Mississippi River, St. Croix River andChippewa River.
Wisconsin is bordered by Minnesotato the west, Iowa to the southwest, Illinois to the south, LakeMichigan to the east, Michigan to the northeast, and Lake Superiorto the north.