wisconsin

  1. a tributary of the Mississippi River
  2. a midwestern state in north central United States

Wisconsin

[n] - a tributary of the Mississippi River 2. [n] - a midwestern state in north central United States
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Wisconsin

Wisconsin River noun a tributary of the Mississippi River in Wisconsin
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Wisconsin

[shipwreck] The Wisconsin was a steamboat that sank in Lake Michigan off the coast Kenosha, Wisconsin. In 2009, the shipwreck site was added to the National Register of Historic Places. ==History== The Wisconsin was built at the Dry Dock Complex in 1881. During World War I, she served as a convalescent hospital ship named the General Robert...
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Wisconsin

[statue] Wisconsin on top of the Wisconsin Capitol Building created by Daniel Chester French. The Wisconsin statue on the dome was sculpted during 1920 by Daniel Chester French of New York. Initially the statue of Wisconsin on the top of the dome was promised to Helen Farnsworth Mears but when Daniel Chester French agreed to produce the fin...
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Wisconsin

Click images to enlargeState in north-central USA, one of the Great Lakes states, bordered to the south by Illinois, to the west by Iowa and Minnesota, to the north by Lake Superior and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and to the east by Lake Michigan; area 140,662 sq km/54,310 sq mi; population (2000) 5,3...
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WISCONSIN

Pertaining to the classical fourth glacial stage (and the last definitely ascertained, although there appear to be others) of the Pleistocene Epoch in North America, following the Sangamonian interglacial stage and preceding the Holocene.
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Wisconsin

The state of the USA Madison is bordered by Michigan to the east and the Mississippi River to the west. In 1841 Hungarian immigrated from Austria-Hungary founded Agoston Haraszthy (1812-1869) today's city Sauk City. He dealt with the cultivation of hops and grapes, before he later California went and set decisive viticultural impulses there. As the...
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Wisconsin

The USS Wisconsin is an American Iowa Class battleship of 59000 tons launched in 1942. She has a top speed of 33 knots. Although designed to carry a crew of 1760, during the Second World War she was manned by a complement of 2788. During the Second World War she was armed with nine x 16 inch/50 calibre (Mk 7) main guns in three triple turrets, two ...
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Wisconsin

Where Waters Gather, our 30th state.
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Wisconsin

Wisconsin (wiskon'sun, –sin) , 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 muc...
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Wisconsin

Wisconsin, river, c.430 mi (690 km) long, rising in the lake district, NE Wis., and flowing generally SW across central Wis. to the Mississippi River near Prairie du Chien. At Portage it is connected by a short canal with the Fox River, and thus with Lake Michigan. There are many hydroelectric power...
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