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Wisconsin


Wisconsin is a state in the Great Lakes region of the Midwestern USA. It is bordered by Minnesota, Michigan, and Lake Superior in the north; Lake Michigan in the east; Illinois in the south; and Iowa and Minnesota in the west. Wisconsin is the 20th-most populous with 5,822,434 inhabitants in 2019. The state capital is Madison, and its largest city is Milwaukee. Its governor is Tony Evers.

Wisconsin’s climate is characterized by long, cold winters and warm, relatively short summers. It’s home to white-tailed deer, foxes, cottontail rabbits, skunks, woodchucks, squirrels, chipmunks, and gophers. In the 1990s, gray wolves were reintroduced but have since been listed as endangered.

Native American tribes formed over thousands of years after the mammoth hunters arrived. These groups included the Dakota Sioux, Winnebago, Menominee, Ojibwe, Potawatomi, Fox, and Sauk. Eleven Native American tribes still live in Wisconsin today.

In 1634, French explorer Jean Nicolet was most likely the first European to enter what would become the state of Wisconsin. The area remained under French control until 1763, when it was acquired by the British. It was subsequently ceded to the United States by the Peace of Paris treaties in 1783. In the 1820s, a lead-mining boom brought many settlers to the region. Native Americans fought to defend their homeland, but by 1832 most of the battles had stopped. The Wisconsin Territory was named in 1836, and in 1848 Wisconsin became a U.S. state.

Wisconsin’s three major economic sectors are manufacturing, agriculture, and tourism. It ranks among the top one-fourth of all states in farm income and manufactured goods.

Check below a list of all the cities in the state of Wisconsin, classified according to their number of inhabitants. You can click on the area you want to know more about, or look for it using the search bar:

  • GLENDALE

    Glendale has a website

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    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • HUDSON

    Hudson has a website

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    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • STOUGHTON

    Stoughton has a website

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    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • FORT ATKINSON

    Fort Atkinson has a postal address

    Leisure and activities present in the city or town

    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • BROWN DEER

    Brown Deer has a website

    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • WESTON

    Weston has a website

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    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • BARABOO

    Baraboo has a postal address

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    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • BELLEVUE

    Bellevue has a website

    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • TWO RIVERS

    Two Rivers has a website

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    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • CEDARBURG

    Cedarburg has a website

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    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • WAUPUN

    Waupun has a postal address

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    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • PORT WASHINGTON

    Port Washington has a website

    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • PLATTEVILLE

    Platteville has a website

    Leisure and activities present in the city or town

    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • MARINETTE

    Marinette has a website

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    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • MONROE

    Monroe has a postal address

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    Locality of -15 000 inhabitants

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