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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.
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.

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This included forming the New England Women ’ s Suffrage Association, leading the Wisconsin Suffrage Association and becoming the president of the Federal Suffrage Association from 1903 to 1920.
A bronze statue of Blessed Kateri kneeling in prayer was installed in 2008, created by artist Cynthia Hitschler, along the devotional walkway leading to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, La Crosse, Wisconsin.
* Since 1981, the Crazylegs Classic, an 8-kilometer race leading through downtown Madison and the University of Wisconsin – Madison campus, has been held in his honor each spring.
Wiscon or WisCon, a Wisconsin Science Fiction Convention, is often called the world's leading feminist science fiction convention and conference.
Also in May, Dewey's law and business partnership with Barber came to an end ; by the time of its dissolution, Dewey was known to be one of the leading men in Wisconsin.
Nasco Science is a leading international supplier of science and educational products located in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin.
Robert W. Jenson ( born 1930, Eau Claire, Wisconsin ) is a leading American Lutheran and ecumenical theologian.
The technique had a brief period of popularity in the northern United States during the Great Depression, due mostly to its inexpensive materials and ease of construction, leading to it being called " Depression Housing " in parts of Wisconsin, Vermont and upstate New York.
Borah won a majority of delegates in only one state, Wisconsin, where he had the endorsement of Progressive United States Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr. Borah refused to endorse the eventual Republican nominee, Alf Landon, leading some to believe he might cross party lines and support Roosevelt's reelection.
An Ernest F. Pletschke, most likely the same individual ( though this is by no means certain ) also was a leading citizen of nearby Outagamie County, Wisconsin during the American Civil War era.
The college came in ahead of the highly regarded programs at Stanford, Harvard, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, and is the leading logistics program in the southeast.
* The North Woods Hiawatha — a spur route off the Chicago-Minnesota main line leading from New Lisbon to Minocqua, Wisconsin ;
Amos Adams Lawrence ( July 31, 1814 – August 22, 1886 ), the son of famed philanthropist Amos Lawrence, was a key figure in the United States abolition movement in the years leading up to the Civil War, and instrumental in the establishment of the University of Kansas and Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin.
In the past, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Tennessee have been the leading producers of butternut timber.
The Babcock test set the worldwide standard for butterfat determination of milk, while the cold-curing process enabled Wisconsin to become the leading cheese producer in the United States.
In 2009, the Spanish manufacturer Talgo had agreed to open a plant in Wisconsin in order to build 110-mph trains for the Hiawatha route and other improved corridors ; however, due to the cancellation of construction in Wisconsin, Talgo has scaled back plans from a manufacturing plant to a maintenance facility, leading the City of Milwaukee to consider legal action against the state
Since its founding, WARF has served the University of Wisconsin – Madison scientific community by patenting the discoveries of UW – Madison researchers and licensing these technologies to leading companies in Wisconsin, the United States and worldwide.
The 6th Maine and 5th Wisconsin distinguished themselves particularly in this action, leading the storming party and carrying the works with the bayonet only.
The uncompleted dam with spillway and intake tower near La Farge, Wisconsin | La Farge, WIThe river has a relatively low capacity for water, leading it to quickly and frequently flooding after heavy rain.
He left Wisconsin as the leading fastest 200m Outdoor times ( 20. 44 ) and 3rd 100m Outdoor times ( 10. 29 ).
One reason for the popularity of dairy farming was that many of Wisconsin ’ s farmers had come to the state from New York, the leading producer of dairy products at the time.
By 1899, over ninety percent of Wisconsin farms raised dairy cows and by 1915, Wisconsin had become the leading producer of dairy products in the United States, a position it held until the 1990s.

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