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Wisconsin and Heritage
An exhibit at the Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum
Many Oneida believe that after the war, George Washington named the Shenandoah River and valley after his ally .< ref >" Cultural Heritage: American Revolution ", 05July2010, Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin, < http :// www. oneidanation. org / culture / page. aspx? id = 2446 ></ ref >< ref >" The Revolutionary War ", 05 July 2010, Oneida Indian Nation, < http :// www. oneidaindiannation. com / history / 26347464. html ></ ref >
On September 24, 2002 the Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center ( originally the Bong ' World War II Heritage Center ') opened to the public in Superior, Wisconsin.
An exhibit hall in the Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum.
The Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum, in Spooner — the only museum in the United States dedicated exclusively to the heritage of the canoe — is an institution devoted to the preservation and interpretation of the cultural heritage of canoes and canoeing in North America.
4148, titled " Fox-Wisconsin Heritage Parkway National Heritage Area Act of 2012 ", which would place 1, 444 square miles of land in Wisconsin under the control of the federal government.
Rhodes is Chairman of the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin ; Delphi Financial Group, Inc. & Subsidiaries, New York ; Delphi International Ltd., Hamilton, Bermuda ; and Oracle Reinsurance Ltd., Hamilton, Bermuda, and has been on the board of Heritage Foundation since the end of 1993.
After completion of painting at the Wisconsin and Southern Railroad's Horicon, Wisconsin shop, UP 1995, an EMD SD70ACe locomotive painted in a " Heritage " C & NW paint scheme, was unveiled on July 15, 2006, at North Western Station in Chicago, Illinois.
After leaving the governor's chair, Knowles became chairman of Heritage Wisconsin Corporation, a Milwaukee bank holding company.

Wisconsin and Online
Adapting a definition from the Wisconsin Online Resource Center, Robert J. Beck suggests that learning objects have the following key characteristics:
Upper Iowa Distance Education includes 15 center locations across the U. S. in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana and Wisconsin, an Independent Study program, as well as an Online Program recognized by GetEducated. com Best Buy Rankings since 2007 and the Online Education Database ( OEDb ) Online College Rankings since 2007.
* Wisconsin Historical Society Online Image Collection-Licensed historical photos of Roxbury
Fox Cities Online ( FOCOL ) is a community network in the Fox Cities region of Wisconsin that has been in operation since the early 1990s.
It also owns Insight Schools ( Online Public High Schools for Washington, Wisconsin, and other locations ), and Olympus High School.
* Journal Sentinel Online, a Milwaukee, Wisconsin online newspaper.
The University of Wisconsin Colleges is a unit of the University of Wisconsin System composed of 13 local campuses and one online campus, University of Wisconsin Colleges Online.
* University of Wisconsin Colleges Online
The administrative offices for the Online campus are located in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, while most of the faculty and educational staff work remotely from their homes.
* University of Wisconsin, Madison-Microbiology Textbook ( Online Edition )
University of Wisconsin, Madison Microbiology Online Textbook

Wisconsin and is
Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota have many superb stretches of color which reach their height from the last few days of September well into October, especially in their northern sections, e.g., Wisconsin's Vilas County whose Colorama celebration is Sept. 29-Oct. 8.
A farm near Racine, Wisconsin, is the only remaining university facility, although a tiny handful of churches may yet survive in places such as Wichita, Kansas.
" As part of a plea agreement, Capp pleaded guilty to the charge of " attempted adultery " ( adultery was, and as of 2011 still is a felony in Wisconsin ) and the other charges were dropped.
Magnetic ( compass ) north and geographic ( true ) north are only exactly the same for a small number of places – for example, as of 2000 in the United States only those places on a line running from Wisconsin to the Gulf of Mexico .< ref > But the public may not be as informed, and think there is something mysterious about a compass " changing " across an area as large as the Triangle, which it naturally will.
Generally this is in a very small detail, such as the number of leaves on the ear of corn on the recent US Wisconsin state quarter: File: 2004 WI Proof. png.
On January 27, 2009, in a lawsuit involving an accidental injury sustained during a cheerleading practice, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that cheerleading is a full-contact sport in that state.
Wisconsin is the leading producer of cranberries, with over half of U. S. production.
In the United States, it is a criminal offense for a person to be drunk while driving a motorized vehicle, except in Wisconsin, where it is only a misdemeanor for the first offense.
It is preserved at the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
In 2011, Nicholas V. Cozzi, of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, concluded that INMT, an enzyme that may be associated with the biosynthesis of DMT and endogenous hallucinogens, is present in the human pineal gland, retinal ganglion neurons, spinal cord, and central nervous tissues.
More recently, Charles Wedemeyer of the University of Wisconsin – Madison is considered significant in promoting methods other than the postal service to deliver distance education in America.
* Debra Spark's 2009 Novel, Good for the Jews is a modern day retelling of Esther set in Madison, Wisconsin.
* 1854 – The Republican Party of the United States is organized in Ripon, Wisconsin.
Schmitt is an adjunct professor of engineering physics at the University of Wisconsin – Madison ,< ref >
Lake Michigan is bounded, from west to east, by the U. S. states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.
* 1848 – Wisconsin is admitted as the 30th U. S. state.
The southern Wisconsin city of Racine is known for its Danish kringle.
Wisconsin is " America's Dairyland ," and is home to numerous frozen custard stands, particularly around Milwaukee and along the Lake Michigan corridor, as well as many cheesemakers, ranging from artisans who hand-craft their product from the milk of their own dairy herds to large factories.
Wisconsin is also well known for summer sausage and brats.
* 1912 – While campaigning in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the former President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt, is shot and mildly wounded by John Schrank, a mentally-disturbed saloon keeper.
But in some regions, especially Wisconsin, brandy is substituted for whiskey ( sometimes called a Brandy Old Fashioned ).
One of the founders of this area of brain research is Richard Davidson of the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Paavo Nurmi Marathon, held annually since 1969, is the oldest marathon in Wisconsin and the second-oldest in the American Midwest.

6.116 seconds.