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- Wisconsin is one of the fifty u.s. states.
- Agri-tourism is a newer term for an old concept in wisconsin – touring the multitude of breweries and cheese factories in wisconsin.
- Wisconsin has gained fame in brewing with the names of Miller and Leinenkugel.
- Wisconsin is the largest cheese producer in the united states.
- The lake michigan peninsula of door county is a favorite destination for visitors.
- Northern wisconsin touches two of the great lakes, Lake Superior and Lake Michigan.
- The united states acquired the wisconsin territory after the revolution.
- Wisconsin was rich in virgin stands of old growth white pine and hemlock.
- Wisconsin\'s economy was originally based on farming (especially dairy), mining, and lumbering.
- Tourism is also a major industry in wisconsin – the state\'s third largest, according to the department of tourism.
- Wisconsin also ranks first nationwide in the production of paper products.
- Wisconsin is bordered by the montreal river, lake superior and michigan to the north.
- The state\'s boundaries include the mississippi river and st. croix river in the west.
- 46% of wisconsin\'s land area is covered by forest.
- Langlade county has a soil rarely found outside of the county called antigo silt loam.
- The lowest temperature ever recorded inwisconsin was in the village of couderay.
- In Wisconsin the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore consists of 22 islands with attractions such as lighthouses, and sea caves.
- The beautiful Cable area sports its scenery through all four seasons.
- Wisconsin is co-host with Hayward of the world-famous American Birkebeiner cross-country skiing event.
- Wisconsin is also home to several transportation equipment and machinery manufacturers.
- Wisconsin is one of the most popular vacation destinations in America\'s Midwest.
- Spring and early summer are the best times to visit.
- Wisconsin take a detour on Highway 51, Wisconsin\'s alternative to Route 66.
- The road rambles along from Hurley to Beloit offering eclectic small towns.
- You may want to avoid the winter months, when temperatures attain very low levels, and snowstorms strike Door County and Wisconsin.
- If you want to bet in low accommodation rates, then July and August aren\'t the better months to visit the region.
Wisconsin has the most Native American tribes east of the Mississippi.
Each year in December, the Ho-Chunk Nation holds a two-day roundup and weigh-in on its Muscoda bison ranch.
A drumbeat runs through the Chippewa Wild Rice Powwow, connecting visitors to both past and present.