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Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Introduction Milwaukee, city in the United States of America, in the state of Wisconsin, on a bay of Lake Michigan, where the rivers Milwaukee, Menomonee and Kinnickinnic flow here, with 628,000 inhabitants. (agglom.: 1.6 million inhabitants). Milwaukee is Wisconsin’s largest city and one of the nation’s major industrial centers. The industry produces, inter alia, non-electrical… Read More »

The Climate of Wisconsin

Wisconsin (WI) is one of the northernmost states of the United States of America. On the north side, Wisconsin borders Michigan and Lake Superior (Dutch: Bovenmeer), which forms the natural border with Canada. Wisconsin is also located on the east side of a large lake: Lake Michigan. Wisconsin is a fairly flat state, with the… Read More »

Wisconsin History Timeline

During the last Ice Age, North America was sculpted by massive glaciers and subsequent craters formed by receding (melting) ice. In that process, the Great Lakes were born, and this state called Wisconsin was formed. An advanced mound-building culture (called the Mississippians) flourished in this area of ​​North America from AD 800 to the mid-15th… Read More »