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ThesynonymWisconsingenerallyreferstothestateofWisconsin.

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History

In1643,theFrenchexplorerJeanNiclairbecamethefirstEuropeantoarrivehere.ReturnedtoEnglandin1763.BelongedtotheUnitedStatesin1783.Theborderareawasbuiltin1836.JoinedtheUnionin1848andbecamethe30thstateintheUnitedStates.

45%ofWisconsinisforestedarea,thelandisfertile,itisthemainproducingareaof​​Americanginseng.Agricultureisdominatedbydairycattlebreeding,whichisknownastheAmericandairyfarm.Themanufacturingindustryisdominatedbyminingmachinery,X-rayequipment,andhoistingmachinery.

TheresidentsofWisconsinaremostlydescendantsofNordicimmigrants,andNordicculturehasagreaterinfluence.

Thecolonizationbeganin1670.Itbecamethe30thstateintheUnitedStatesonMay29,1848.Thebutterflyviolet(butterflyviolet)isthestateflower.Wisconsinisalsoknownasthe"BadgerState(BadgerState)".Wisconsinstatemotto:"Forward."

ThestatecapitalisMadison(Madison),locatedwestofMilwaukee,withapopulationof300,000.Thereare57collegesanduniversitiesinWisconsinandmanystateuniversities,suchastheUniversityofWisconsin-Madison,whichwasfoundedin1848andhasabout6,000students.In1956,theUniversityofWisconsinopenedtheMilwaukeecampus,withupto20,000students.

Theoriginofthestatename

Thestatenameof"Wisconsin"isadaptedfromanIndianwordinFrench.Itmaycomefromtheword"Miskwasiniing"inOjibwe,whichmeans"thelandofredstone,"whichmayalsoaffectthenamingoftheWisconsinRiver,whichiswritteninFrenchbyOsconStar(Ouisconsin)changeditsEnglishnametotoday.However,the"Wiishkoonsing"or"Wazhashkoonsing"intheOjibwalanguagenowadaysmeans"theplacewherethemuskratinhabits"orthe"landofthelittlemuskrat".OthertheorieshaveWisconsin'snamederivedfromthe"gatheringofwater"or"boulder".ThenameWisconsinwasoriginallyonlyusedfortheWisconsinRiver.AfterWisconsinofficiallybecameastate,itreferredtotheentirestate.

Geographicalenvironment

WisconsinisonLakeSuperiorinthenorthwest,LakeMichiganontheeast,Michiganinthenortheast,Minnesotatothewest,andIowaandErieinthesouthwestandsouthThetwostatesofNoyarebordered.

Wisconsin,astateinthenorthernUnitedStates.AlsoknownasBadgerState.ThenorthistheSuperiorHighlands,andthesouthistheplains.Therearemorethan10,000lakes.DuringtheQuaternary,thewholeterritorywascoveredbyglaciersexceptforthesouthwest,somostofthemwereglaciallakes.Thetemperatecontinentalclimate,withseverecoldinwinterandhotinsummer,isregulatedbytheGreatLakes,andtheclimateinthelakesideareaisrelativelymild.Theaverageannualprecipitationis760mm,withmoreinspringandsummer.Theforestcoveragerateis45%,mainlyinthenorth.

Wisconsinhaslongwarmsummersandseverewinters.TheaveragetemperatureinwinterinJanuaryrangesfromminus12degreesCelsiusinthenorthtominus5degreesCelsiusinthesoutheast.TheaveragetemperatureinsummerinJulyrangesfrom19degreesCelsiusinthenorthto22degreesCelsiusinthesouthwest.TheannualaveragerainfallinnorthernWisconsinrangesfrom125cmto150cm,whiletheannualaveragerainfallinsouthernWisconsinis76cm.TheannualaveragesnowfallinsouthernWisconsinis76cm,whiletheannualaveragesnowfallinthenorthernIronyCounty(IronyCounty)canreach254cm.

TornadoThe"firetornado"thatsweptacrossWisconsin,theUnitedStatesisacountrythatisoftenhitbytornadoes.Thereisa"Tornado"MemorialPark6.6kilometersnorthofBrusselsVillageonRoute157inWisconsin,USA.Thiswasbuilttocommemoratethedozenorsovillagesthatwererazedtothegroundbyarare"tornado"in1871.Thestrongwindaccompaniedbythefirewasnotatornadointhetruesense,butitwasfarmorepowerfulthananordinarytornado.

FromthenightofAugust18thto19th,2005,localtimeintheUnitedStates,18tornadoescameacrosstheskyandsweptthroughthe160-kilometerareaof​​centralWisconsinatlightningspeed..

Naturalresources

Wisconsincanbedividedintotworegions:(A)ThenorthernpartistheSuperiorTerracearea.(B)Thecentralandsouthernpartsarelowhillsandshallowvalleys.DuringtheIceAge,thesouthernpartofWisconsineastoftheMississippiRivermaybeaffectedbythehigherterraininthenorth,allerodingthemoraineterrain.Thisareaiscalledthe"nomorainearea".Inotherplaces,themorainelayerisextremelywidespread.Morethanone-halfofthegroundinWisconsiniswoodland,whichisrichinhardwood.Themaincropsaremaize,oats,cranberries,andmaplesyrup.Therearealsomanyturkeys,pigs,andcows.

Administrativedivisions

Counties

FIPScode

Countygovernance

Established

Origin

Etymology

Population

Area

Map

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AdamsCounty

001

FerendshipVillage

1848

PortageCounty

Therearetwowaysofreferringtothecountyname:onethinksitreferstothesecondpresidentJohnAdams;theotherthinksitreferstoitsgrandson,thesixthpresidentJohnQuincy.Adams

20,875

645.65sqmi

(1,672km)

AzlandCounty

003

Asland

1860

Unorganizedterritory

ThecountynamecomesfromSenatorHenryClay’spropertyinAshlandnearLexington,Kentucky

16,157

1,045.04sqmi

(2,707km)

BarronCounty

005

Barron

1859

PolkCounty

Countynamememorialstatecouncillor,circuitappealCourtJudgeHenryD.Barron

45,870

862.71sqmi

(2,234km)

BeffiCounty

007

WashburnCity

1845

AshlandCounty

ThecountynamecommemoratesHenryBeffi,aBritishnavalofficer,whowasthefirsttosurveytheGreatLakes

15,014

15,014

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1,477.86sqmi

(3,828km)

BrownCounty

009

GreenBay

1818

Mackinaw

ThenameofthecountycommemoratestheU.S.ArmygeneralJacobJenningsBrown(1775-1828)duringtheWarof1812.

248,007

529.71sqmi

(1,372km)

BuffaloCounty

011

Alma

1853

TrempeloCounty

ItisnamedaftertheBuffaloRiverthatsurroundsthecounty

13,587

671.64sqmi

(1,740km)

BurnetCounty

013

Minon

1856

PolkCounty

CountynameMemorialStateAssemblyMemberThomasP.BurneySpecial

15,457

821.85sqmi

(2,129km)

CalumetCounty

015

Chilton

1836

UnorganizedTerritory

Thecounty’snamecomesfromavillageofMenomit(thenamecomesfromItborrowstheFrenchanimalhusbandryflutetodescribetheIndianflute)

48,971

318.24sqmi

(824km)

ChipivaCounty

017

ChipivaBuddha

1845

CrawfordCounty

ThecountynameisanothernamefortheOjibwapeople(called"Chipiva"inhistory)

62,415

1,008.37sqmi

(2,612km)

ClarkCounty

019

Nielsville

1853

CrawfordCounty

ThenameofthecountycommemoratestheAmericanRevolutionaryWargeneralGeorgeRogersClark(1752-1812)

34,690

1,209.82sqmi

(3,133km)

ColumbiaCounty

021

Portage

1846

PortageCounty

ThenameofthecountycommemoratesthenavigatorandexplorerChristopherColumbus(1451-1506)

56,833

765.53sqmi

(1,983km)

CrawfordCounty

023

Prelisi

1818

Unorganizedterritory

ThenameofthecountycommemoratesWilliamHarrisCrawford(1772-1834)whoservedasSecretaryofWarandSecretaryofTreasuryunderJamesMadisonandAndrewJackson,respectively.

16,644

570.66sqmi

(1,478km)

DaneCounty

025

Madison

1836

UnorganizedTerritory

ThecountynamecommemoratesNathanDane,amemberoftheFirstContinentalCongress(1752-1835)

488,073

1,197.24sqmi

(3,101km)

DodgeCounty

027

Juno

1836

UnorganizedTerritory

CountyMemorialWisconsinTerritoryGovernor(1848-57)HenryDodge(1782-1867)

88,759

875.63sqmi

(2,268km)

DoorCounty

029

SturgeonBayCity

1851

BrownCounty

ThenameofthecountycomesfromthewaterwaybetweentheDolePeninsulaandWashingtonIsland:duetothelocalshipwrecks,itiscalled"PortedeMorte"(PortedeMorte)inFrench

27,785

481.98sqmi

(1,248km)

DouglasCounty

031

SuperiorCity

1854

UnorganizedTerritory

Thecountynamecommemoratesthe16thpresidentOneofBrahamLincoln’sopponentsinthe1860campaign,theDemocraticParty’sStephenArnoldDouglas(1813-61)

44,159

44,159

1,304.14sqmi

(3,378km)

DunCounty

033

Menomoni

1854

ChipivaCounty

ThecountynamecomesfromIllinoisStateAssemblyman,WisconsinTerritoryChiefJudge,StateSenatorCharlesDunn

43,857

850.11sqmi

(2,202km)

QingshuiCounty

035

Qingshui

1856

ChipivaCounty

ThecountynamecomesfromQingshuihe(EauClaireisFrench"Clearwater"means)

98,736

637.98sqmi

(1,652km)

FlorenceCounty

037

Florence

1881

MarinetteandOcontocounties

ThecountynamecommemoratesFlorenceHulst,thefirstwhitewomantosettleinthearea

4,423

488.20sqmi

(1,264km)

FondDuLacCounty

039

Fondillac

1836

UnorganizedTerritory

Thenameofthecountycomesfromthecountygovernment(thecitynamemeans"theendofthelake"inFrenchandreferstothecitylocatedatthesouthernendofthelake)

101,633

719.55sqmi

(1,864km)

ForestCounty

041

Crandon

1885

LangladeCountyandOcontorCounty

CountynamesFromthelocaldenseforest

9,304

1,014.07sqmi

(2,626km)

GrantCounty

043

Lancaster

1836

UnorganizedTerritory

ThenameofthecountycommemoratesUlyssesGrant,thecommanderoftheCivilWarandtheNorthernArmywholaterbecamethe18thpresident.

51,208

1,146.85sqmi

(2,970km)

GreenCounty

045

MonroeCity

1836

NoneOrganizationterritory

ThenameofthecountycommemoratestheAmericanRevolutionaryWargeneralNathanielGreen(1742-86)

36,842

583.96sqmi

(1,512km)

GreenLakeCounty

047

GreenLake

1858

Marquettearea

ThetranslationofthecolordescriptionofGreenLakebythecountynameIndians

19,051

349.44sqmi

(905km)

IowaCounty

049

DodgevilleCity

1829

UnorganizedTerritory

ThecountynamecomesfromNativeAmericanIowa

23,687

762.58sqmi

(1,975km)

IangCounty

051

Hurley

1893

AzlandCountyandOneidaCounty

ThecountynamescomefromthelocalrichOfironore

5,916

758.17sqmi

(1,964km)

JacksonCounty

053

BlackRiverFalls

1853

LaCrosseCounty

CountynamecommemoratesAndrewJackson(1767-1845),theseventhAmericanPresident(1829–37)

20,449

987.72sqmi

(2,558km)

JeffersonCounty

055

Jefferson

1836

MilwaukeeCounty

ThecountynamecommemoratesThomasJefferson(1743-1826),thethirdpresidentoftheUnitedStates(1801-09)

83,686

556.47sqmi

(1,441km)

JunuoCounty

057

Mostton

1856

AdamsCounty

CountynamecommemoratesMilwaukeeMayorSolomonJuno(1793-1856)

26,664

766.93sqmi

(1,986km)

KenoshaCounty

059

Kenosha

1850

RacineCounty

ThecountynameiswhatNativeAmericanIndianscalledPikeRiver,whichmeanspike

166,426

271.99sqmi

(704km)

KiwoneCounty

061

Kiwone

1852

ManitowocCounty

CountynameFromtheKiwaniRiver,itmeans"lostriver"inthePatawamilanguage,anditisalsocalled"prairiechicken"or"wildduck"inOjebwalanguage

20,574

342.52sqmi

(887km)

LaCrosseCounty

063

LaCrosse

1851

UnorganizedTerritory

Thenameofthecountycomesfromthecountygovernment,whichisakindofsimilaritybetweentheFrenchandtheIndiansThenameofthegameofhockeyorbagckey

114,638

451.69sqmi

(1,170km)

LafayetteCounty

065

DarlingtonCity

1846

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IowaCounty

ThenameofthecountyistocommemoratetheheroesoftheAmericanRevolutionandtheleadersoftheFrenchRevolution.TheMarquisofLafayette(1757-1834)

16,836

633.59sqmi

(1,641km)

LangGladCounty

067

Antigo

1879

Unorganizedterritory

ThenameofthecountycommemoratesCharlesLanglade(1729–c.1800)whoisknownasthe"FatherofWisconsin"asaveteranoftheAmericanRevolutionaryWar.

19,977

870.64sqmi

(2,255km)

LincolnCounty

069

Mailier

1874

MarathonCounty

Thenameofthecountycommemoratesthe16thPresidentAbrahamLincoln(1809-65)

28,743

878.97sqmi

(2,277km)

ManitowocCounty

071

Manitowoc

1836

UnorganizedTerritory

ThecountynamecomesfromtheManitowocRiver(RiverThenamecomesfromtheAlgonquinlanguage"manitou",whichmeans"elvenworld")

81,442

589.08sqmi

(1,526km)

MarathonCounty

073

Wo

1850

PortageCounty

CountyandMarathonfromGreece

134,063

1,544.98sqmi

(4,001km)

MarinetteCounty

075

Marinette

1879

OcontoCounty

Thenameofthecountycomesfromthecountyseat,anditsnamecomesfromthenicknameofMarieAntoinetteChevalier,thedaughterofaMenomineechief.

41,749

1,399.35sqmi

(3,624km)

MarquetteCounty

077

Montero

1836

Marquettearea

ThecountynamecommemoratestheFrenchJesuitsandwasthefirsttoseetheMississippiRiverAnddrawingbytheEuropeanFatherJacquesMarquette(1637-75)

15,404

455.60sqmi

(1,180km)

MenomineCounty

078

baseHina

1959

MenomineeIndianReservation,ShawanoCountiesandOcontoCounties

ThecountynamescomefromtheMenomineeandMenomineeIndianreservations(withthecountygovernmentandMenominebelongtothesameorganization)

4,232

357.61sqmi

(926km)

MilwaKeyCounty

079

Milwaukee

1834

Unorganizedterritory

ThecountynameisOjibwalanguagemino-akimeans"fertileland"

947,735

241.40sqmi

(625km)

MonroeCounty

081

Sparta

1854

LaCrosseCounty

ThecountynamecommemoratesthefifthpresidentJamesMonroe(1758-1831)

44,673

900.78sqmi

(2,333km)

OcontoCounty

083

Ocontor

1851

NoneOrganizationterritory

ThecountynamecomesfromtheOcontoRiver(therivernamemeans"redriver"or"placewithbarracuda"inMenominee)

37,660

997.99sqmi

(2,585km)

OneidaCounty

085

Rhineland

1885

LincolnCounty

AtribeoftheIroquoisAlliancenamedOneidatribe

35,998

1,112.97sqmi

(2,883km)

OtagamiCounty

087

Appleton

1851

BrownCounty

ThecountynamecomesfromtheMeskwajiIndiantribe,AniThetermoftheShinabians,whichtranslatesto"inhabitantsontheotherside"or"inhabitantsontheothersideoftheriver"Outagamie

176,695

637.52sqmi

(1,651km)

OzokiCounty

089

PortWashington

1853

MilwaukeeCounty

ThenameofthecountycomesfromthefullnameoftheOjibweSokpeopleOsauki-wug(PeopleoftheYellowLand)

86,395

233.08sqmi

(604km)

PipingCounty

091

Dylander

1858

DunCounty

ThenameofthecountycomesfromPipingLake.ThenameofthelakemaycommemoratetheGreatCharlemagne.FatherPiping,ashortchild,aFrenchknightorseveralearlycolonists

7,469

231.98sqmi

(601km)

PierceCounty

093

Illworth

1853

St.CroixCounty

Thecountynamecommemoratesthe14thPresidentFranklinPierce(1804-1869)

41,019

573.75sqmi

(1,486km)

PolkCounty

095

BallshamLakeVillage

1853

St.CroixCounty

Thecountynamecommemoratesthe11thPresidentJamesKnoxBallGrams(1795-1849)

44,205

913.96sqmi

(2,367km)

PortageCounty

097

StevensPoint

1836

Unorganizedterritory

ThecountynamereferstothebypassbetweentheFoxRiverandtheWisconsinRiver

70,019

800.68sqmi

(2,074km)

PriceCounty

099

Phillips

1879

ChipivaandLincolncounties

ThenameofthecountycomesfromthestateassemblymanandfederalrepresentativeWilliamT.Price

(1824-86)

(1883-86)

14,159

1,254.38sqmi

(3,249km)

RacineCounty

101

Racine

1836

UnorganizedTerritory

ThenameofthecountycomesfromLuthe,whichmeans"root"inFrench

195,408

332.5sqmi

(861km)

RichlandCounty

103

RichlandSent

1842

IowaCounty

Thecountynamereferstothelocalfertilesoil

18,021

586.15sqmi

(1,518km)

RockCounty

105

Janesville

1836

UnorganizedTerritory

ThenameofthecountycomesfromtheRockRiver,oritislocatednearthecountyseatindicatingthatitissafetocrosstheRockRiverBoulder

160,331

718.14sqmi

(1,860km)

RuskCounty

107

LadySmith

1901

ChipivaCounty

CountyAcommemorationofJeremiahM.Rusk(1830-1893)whoservedasgovernor,federalrepresentativeandministerofagricultureforthreeterms

14,755

14,755

913.59sqmi

(2,366km)

SokCounty

111

Baraboo

1840

UnorganizedTerritory

ThenameofthecountycommemoratestheSoketribe(thetribe’snamemeans"loess"andthetribebelievesthattheyaremadeofloess)

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61,976

830.9sqmi

(2,152km)

SawyerCounty

113

Hayward

1883

OcontoCounty

ThenameofthecountycommemoratestheFederalRepresentativeandSenatorPhilipSawyer(1816-1900)

16,557

1,257.31sqmi

(3,256km)

ShawanoCounty

115

Chawano

1853

OcontoCounty

CountyThenamecomesfromOjibwaandmeans"southern"

41,949

893.06sqmi

(2,313km)

SheboyganCounty

117

Sheboygan

1836

Unorganizedterritory

ThecountynamecomesfromtheIndianword"Shawb-wa-way-kun",whichmeans"undergroundnoise"

115,507

511.27sqmi

(1,324km)

St.CroixCounty

109

Hudson

1840

UnorganizedTerritory

ThecountynamecomesfromtheSt.CroixRiver

84,345

722.33sqmi

(1,871km)

TaylorCounty

119

Medford

1875

ClarkCounty,LincolnCounty,MarathonCounty,andChipivaCounty

ThecountynamecommemoratesthegovernorWilliamRobertTaylor(1820-1909),andtheotherreferstoDavidTaylorfromSheboygan,ajudgeofthestateSupremeCourt.

20,689

20,689

974.88sqmi

(2,525km)

TrempeloCounty

121

Whitehall

1854

CrawfordCountyandLaCrosseCounty

ThecountynamecomesfromtheTrempeloMountains(inFrenchitmeans"straightintothewater")

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28,816

732.97sqmi

(1,898km)

VernonCounty

123

Veroqua

1851

RichlandCountyandCrawfordCounty

CountynamescommemoratethehomeofthefirstPresidentGeorgeWashingtonMountVernoninVirginia

29,773

791.58sqmi

(2,050km)

WellersCounty

125

EagleRiver

1893

OneidaCounty

CountynameTocommemoratetheU.S.SecretaryofthePostalService,U.S.SecretaryoftheInterior,andU.S.SenatorWilliamF.Wellers(1840-1908)duringtheCivilWar

21,430

856.60sqmi

(2,219km)

WalworthCounty

127

Elkhorn

1836

UnorganizedTerritory

ThenameofthecountycommemoratestheNewYorkStateRepresentativeRubinH.Walworth(1788-1867)juristfromNewYorkState

102,228

555.13sqmi

(1,438km)

WashbourneCounty

129

ShellLake

1883

BurnetCounty

CountynameMemorialGovernorCardwallardC.Washburn(1818-1882)

15,911

797.11sqmi

(2,065km)

WashingtonCounty

131

WestBend

1836

Unorganizedterritory

ThenameofthecountycommemoratestheleaderoftheAmericanRevolutionandthefirstPresidentGeorgeWashington(1732-1799)

131,887

430.70sqmi

(1,116km)

WaukeshaCounty

133

Waukesha

1846

MilwaukeeCounty

ThecountynameinPotawatomimeansthefox"Waugooshance"

389,891

549.57sqmi

(1,423km)

WapakaCounty

135

Wopaka

1851

BrownCountyandWinnebagoCounty

ThecountynamecomesfromtheWau-pa-ka-ho"-nak"inMenominemeans"whitesandybottom"or"braveyounghero"

52,410

747.71sqmi

(1,937km)

WasaraCounty

137

Watoma

1851

MarquetteCounty

ThecountynameisanewlycreatedwordimitatingtheIndianlanguage,whichmaymean"fertilesoil"river

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24,496

626.15sqmi

(1,622km)

WinnebagoCounty

139

Oshkosh

1840

TheterritoryoftheMenomineeandWinnebago

ThecountynamemaycomefromtheWinnebagopeople,orLakeWinnebago

166,994

434.49sqmi

(1,125km)

WoodCounty

141

WisconsinBeach

1856

PortageCounty

ThenameofthecountycommemoratesJosephWood,aformerstateassemblyman(1809-1890)

74,749

793.12sqmi

(2,054km)

Economy

Economicstatus

1Percapitaincome:25,079yuan(1998)

2Thestate'sGDP:139.2billionUSdollars.

Taxstatus

Theincometaxofacompanyis7.9%.

Second-stateSalesTax5%,stateusetax5%,andcounty(county)has0.5%salestax.

Threegoodstax3.039%

FourUnemploymentCompensationisthehighest9.75%,thelowest0.02%.

Fivelaborunemploymentinsuranceratesare3.05%.

Theincometaxrateforsixpeopleis6.93%.

Sevenretailersinthestateandcountycangeta2%salestaxdiscountforthefirst10,000yuanoperatingincome,andthesecond10,000yuancangeta1%salestaxdiscount.Thediscountforthe10,000yuanportionis0.5%.

CharacteristicIndustries

TheStateofDairyCows

Wisconsinhastwocharacteristics:First,thestateofdairycows.Wisconsinisfullofwavyground,lushgrasses,andmorethantwomillioncows.Amongthefarmsinthestate,80%arefarmsforlivestockanddairycows.Themilk,butter,andcheeseproducedeveryyearrankfirstamongthestates.

Thestateofplantingandpapermaking

Second,thestateofplantingandpapermaking.Theterrain,climate,andsoilofWisconsinaresuitableforreforestation.Afterdecadesofhardwork,itcanbeusedinlargequantitiestomakepaper.

ImportantIndustries

Oneagriculture:corn,dairy,beans,cherries

twomanufacturing:electronics,machinery,Wisconsin'sindustryisveryprosperous,anditstotalproductvalueaccountsfor40%ofWisconsin'stotalproductionvalue.Themineralsincludezincandiron.TherearesixteenportsinWisconsin.ThelargestoftheseisMilwaukee,locatedinthesoutheastofMilwaukee,onLakeMichigan.ItisoneofthemajorcitiesinthenorthernUnitedStatesforthemanufactureofinternalcombustionengines.

Investmentmatters

OneInvestmentAct

ThereisnosingleinvestmentstatuteinWisconsin,whichdependsontheinvestmentindustryandissubjecttorelevantlawsandregulations.

Twomeasurestoencourageinvestment

1.ThepurchaseofmachineryandpollutionpreventionequipmentcanbeexemptfromSalesTaxandPropertyTax.

2.Noinheritanceandgifttax

3.PropertyTaxexemptionformanufacturinginventory.

4.Energyformanufacturingcanbedeductedforsalestaxandusetax.

5.TheWisconsinDevelopmentFoundationprovideslow-interestloanstocompaniesthatincreasejobopportunities.

6.TheIndustrialDevelopmentFoundationprovidesgrantsandloanstocompaniesthatresearchnewproductsandmanufacturing.

7.Subsidiesforinspectionofhazardouspollutants.8.Employeeequityassistanceloanplan.

Threeinvestmentrestrictions

Thedefenseindustry,aerospaceindustry,telecommunicationsindustry,bankingindustry,etc.

Fourinvestmentauthorities

WisconsinDepartmentofCommerce

Fiveinvestmentapplicationproceduresandreviewprocedures

1.SubmittheprofitregistrationcertificatetotheStateGovernmentDepartmentofCommerceApplication

2.Bothfactoryconstructionpermitsandlandusedivisionpermitsareappliedtothelocalgovernment

Socialbusiness

Infrastructure

1.Waterfeeis10.5yuanper1000cu.ft.

2.Industrialgasis3.52yuanperMMBTU,andelectricityfeeis4.0centsperkwh.

3.Developedtelecommunications(LANSandWANS(wideareanetwork)throughoutthestate)

Thereare6,700milesofrailways,100,000milesofhighways,and145largeandsmallairportsthroughoutthestate..

Education

Inthe2003Census,Wisconsinhad5,472,299people.TheethnicproportionsinWisconsincanbedividedinto:

87.3%arewhite

5.7%areAfrican-American

3.6%Hispanic

1.7%areAsianAmericans

0.9%areIndianNatives

1.2%aremixedraces

Accordingtothecensus,inWisconsinAmongtheancestorsofresidents,Germans(42.6%)arethemost,followedbyIrish(10.9%),Poles(9.3%),Norwegians(8.5%)andBritish(6.5%).

Inaddition,residentsundertheageoffiveaccountedfor6.4%,andthoseundertheageof18accountedfor25.5%.Asforthoseover65,itis13.1%.Wisconsinhasslightlymorewomenthanmen,withapercentageof50.6%.

Religiously,theproportionofWisconsin’spopulationis

51%Protestant

39%RomanCatholic

1%OtherChristianReligions

1%OtherReligions

6%Non-Religious

WisconsinProtestants,amongthemLutheranLutheran(26%)isthehighest,followedbyMethodistMethodist(6%),followedbyBaptistBaptist(4%)

University

StateUniversity

UniversityofWisconsin

UniversityofWisconsin-Madison:Theschool’smathematicsdepartmentisveryfamous.

UniversityofWisconsin-Milwaukee(Milwaukee)

UniversityofWisconsin-EauClaire

UniversityofWisconsin-GreenBay

UniversityofWisconsin-LaCrosse(LaCrosse)

UniversityofWisconsin-Oshkosh(Oshkosh)

UniversityofWisconsinKenosha:Keosha:Parkside)

UniversityofWisconsin,RiverFalls(RiverFalls),UniversityofWisconsin,StevensPoint(StevensPoint)

UniversityofWisconsin:Memominee:Stout)

UniversityofWisconsin-Spiria(Superior)

UniversityofWisconsin-Whitewater

PrivateUniversity

MarquetteUniversity

ConcordiaUniversityWisconsin

Carroll

LaurenUniversity(LawrenceUniversity)

BeloitCollege(BeloitCollege)

CarthageCollege(CarthageCollege)

MedicalCollegeofWisconsin(MedicalCollegeofWisconsin)

RiponCollege(RiponCollege)

St.NorbertCollege(St.NorbertCollege)

MilwaukeeSchoolofEngineering(MilwaukeeSchoolofEngineering)

ViterboUniversity

CulturalFacilities

MuseumsinWisconsinincludetheMilwaukeePublicMuseum(MilwaukeePublicMuseum)andtheMilwaukeeArtMuseum(MilwaukeeArtMuseum).OthermuseumsinthestateincludetheElvehijemMuseumofArtandMadisonArtCenterinMadison,andSyldorLemonReiteratBeloitCollege.TheTheodoreLymanWrightartCenter,theBlakelyMuseuminFondduLac,theMuseumofMedicalProgressinPrairieduChien,theRhinelanderinRhinelanderMuseum(RhinelanderMuseum),CircusWorldMuseum(CircusWorldMuseum)inBaraboo,andFarmandDraftMuseum(FarmandDraftMuseum)inCassville.

TheperformingartsorganizationsinMilwaukeeincludetheMilwaukeeSymphonyOrchestra,FlorentineOperaCompany,SkylightComicOpera,MilwaukeeBalletCompany,andMilwaukeeBalletCompany.(MilwaukeeRepertoryTheater).Variousmusic,dance,andtheaterperformancesarealsoregularlylaunchedincommunities,universitiesandcollegesinWisconsin.

Transportation

WatertransportationhasalwaysoccupiedanimportantpositioninWisconsintransportation.AfterthecompletionoftheSt.LawrenceWaterwayin1959,watertransportconnectedthelakesidecityandtheAtlanticOcean,andSuperiorCity,GreenBayCityandMilwaukeebecameseaports.ThevolumeofgoodsshippedthroughtheportsofWisconsinaccountsforaquarterofthetotalfreightintheGreatLakes.Thetotallengthofroadsinthestateis160,000kilometers,andthelengthofrailwaylinesis8,000kilometers.Thereare15largeairportsand102generalairports.Milwaukeehasalargeinternationalairport.

Tourism

Wisconsinhastwonationalforests;ChequamegonforestandNicoletforest,anationallakeshore,andfifty-fivestateparks,Andtenstateforestareas.OtherplacesworthvisitinginWisconsinincludeOldWorldWisconsinnearEagle,PandarvisatMineralPoint,andStonefieldVillagenearCassville.),VillaLouisinPrairieduChien,EagleCavenearBlueRiver,GreenMeadowsFarmnearWaterford,WisconsinLakeGeneva(LakeGeneva)inthesouth-central,andTaliesin(Taliesin)closetoSpringGreen.CommonoutdooractivitiesinWisconsininclude:canoeing,wingsailing,jetskiing,waterskiing,swimming,fishing,camping,skiing,biking,andhiking.

Celebrities

ThecelebritieswhohavebeenoutofthestateincludephysicistJohnBardeen,writerMarqueriteHenry,jazzmusicianandbandleaderWoodyHerman(WoodyHerman),actorFredericMarch(FredericMarch),naturalistandexplorerJohnMuir(JohnMuir),painterGeorgeO'keeffe(GeorgiaO'keeffe),UnitedStatesSupremeCourtDeanWilliamRehnquist(WilliamRehnquist),actorSpencerTracy(SpencerTracy),actoranddirectorOrsonWells(OrsonWells),actorJiWilde(GeneWilder),novelistLauraIngallsWilder,novelistandplaywrightThorntonWilder,andarchitectFrankLloydWright.

Sports

AmericanFootball

NFLGreenBayPackers(GreenBayPackers)

NCAAUniversityofWisconsin(Badgers)

MajorLeagueBaseball

MilwaukeeBrewers

MinorLeague

BeloitSnapper(BeloitSnapper,Class1A─CentralandWesternLeague,hometeam:MinnesotaTwins)

WisconsinTimberRattler(WisconsinTimberRattler,1A-CentralandWesternLeague,parentteam:SeattleMariners)

BasketballNBAMilwaukeeBucks(MilwaukeeBucks)

NCAAUniversityofWisconsin(Badgers)

StateofEmergency

OntheafternoonofAugust25,2020,localtime,amidongoingprotestsandriots,theUnitedStatesWisconsinGovernorTonyEversdeclaredastateofemergencyinthestate.Accordingtoreports,thisexecutiveorderwillinstructstateagenciestocontinuetoassistthestategovernmentinrespondingtoprotests.OnAugust23,ablackmanwasshotbythepoliceinKenosha,andaseriesofprotestsbrokeoutacrossthestate.

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