My First Pocket Guide to Wisconsin by Carole Marsh

By Carole Marsh

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The few that survived were captured by the militia or other Indian tribes. ADA DEER was born in 1935 on the Menominee Indian Reservation. She studied at UW-Madison and became the first Menominee to receive a degree. Ada became a spokesperson for DRUMS (Determination of Rights and Unity for Menominee Shareholders). In 1954, the Menominee voted to become their own county, but suffered financial hardship after federal support was terminated. Ada worked hard to restore reservation status for her people, and in 1973, the Menominee Restoration Act was signed into law.

Citizens. 47 Disasters & Catastrophes! 1871 Twelve hundred people killed in Peshtigo forest fire–900 more than in the Great Chicago Fire! 1970 University of Wisconsin bombed; one person killed Disasters & Catastrophes 1975 Edmund Fitzgerald sinks during a violent storm on Lake Superior; 29 sailors dead Gordon Lightfoot, a Canadian singer and songwriter, wrote a ballad that told the sad tale of the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald and the loss of her crew! 48 1986 Violent rainstorm causes flooding, two people killed, 10,000 homes flooded, and $27 million in property damage Legal Stuff 1905 State civil service law established 1911 Wisconsin passes first state income tax law 1932 Law to compensate workers for unemployment passes—First in nation!

Many brave soldiers from Wisconsin fought in a group called the Iron Brigade. The Civil War More Americans were killed during the Civil War than during World Wars I and II! 45 Famous Documents Get It In Writing! S. Constitution, 1789 State Constitution, 1848 State Income Tax, 1911 Unemployment Insurance Law, 1932 Immigrants Welcome To America! Wisconsinites have come to Wisconsin from other states and many other countries on almost every continent! As time has gone by, Wisconsin’s population has grown more diverse.

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