Wisconsin

Wisconsin, one of the Central States of North America, nearly as large as England and Wales, and situated between Lake Superior and Michigan; the surface is chiefly of rolling prairie, and the soil fertile; yields cereals, sugar, hops, hemp, and large quantities of lumber from the forests; lead, iron, copper, and silver are among its mineral resources; it abounds in beautiful lakes; the Wisconsin and the Chippewa are the chief rivers, tributaries of the Mississippi; and Madison (the capital), Milwaukee, and La Crosse are the chief towns.

Population (circa 1900) given as 1,686,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Winer, George Benedict
Winifred, St.
Winkelried, Arnold von
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Winnipeg
Winnipeg, Lake
Winstanley, Henry
Wint, Peter de
Winter King
Winthrop, John
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Wisdom of Jesus
Wisdom of Solomon
Wiseman, Nicholas
Wishart, George
Wismar
Witch of Endor
Witenagemot
Wither, George
Witherspoon, John
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