Wisconsin is bordered by what US State to the west?
What is the lowest recorded temperature for Wisconsin?
A: −55 °F in the village of Couderay on both February 2 and 4, 1996.
What state borders Wisconsin to the southwest?
What is the Wisconsin State Dance?
What percentage of Wisconsin's land area is covered by
What is the Wisconsin State Nickname?
A: Badger State.
Which U.S. state borders Wisconsin to the south?
What is the Wisconsin State Rock?
A: Red granite.
During the Civil War, how many soldiers from the state of
Wisconsin fought for the Union?
What is the Wisconsin State Beverage?
Which body of water borders Wisconsin to the east?
A: Lake Michigan.
What is the Wisconsin State Mineral?
What American state borders Wisconsin to the northeast?
What is the Wisconsin State Fruit?
Which body of water borders Wisconsin to the north?
A: and Lake Superior.
Where does the state of Wisconsin rank compared to the
other states in size?
A: 23rd by total area.
What is the state capital of Wisconsin?
The lure of easy wealth drew immigrants from throughout the
U.S. and Europe to the mineral deposits in Wisconsin. What type of mineral was
What is the Wisconsin State Tree?
A: Sugar maple.
The state of Wisconsin has more country music "what" than
any other state?
What is Wisconsin's biggest city?
On the western shore of which lake is Milwaukee located?
A: Lake Michigan.
What is the Wisconsin State Song?
A: "On, Wisconsin!".
How many counties does the state of Wisconsin have?
The state of Wisconsin is second to what other US state in
the length of its coastline on the Great Lakes?
Why is the state of Wisconsin known as "America's Dairy
A: Because it is one of the nation's leading dairy producers.
What is the Wisconsin State Motto?
The first people to arrive, around 10,000 BCE, arrived
during the Wisconsin what?
In early times, in what is now Wisconsin, Paleo-Indians
hunted ice age animals like the what?
What is the Wisconsin State Insect?
A: European honey bee.
The first European to visit what would eventually be
Wisconsin was most likely what French explorer?
A: Jean Nicolet.
In 1783, after the Revolutionary War, what did Wisconsin
A: A territorial possession of the United States.
What is the Wisconsin State Grain?
Wisconsin was a free state from its inception, and became a
center of northern what?
What is the Wisconsin State Bird?
University of Wisconsin economics professors John R.
Commons and Harold Groves helped Wisconsin create the first "what" in the United
States in 1932.
A: Unemployment compensation program.
What is the Wisconsin State Fossil?
In Wisconsin, what is the highest temperature recorded?
A: 114 °F in Wisconsin Dells, on July 13, 1936.
The Census Bureau estimated the population of Wisconsin to
be how many people on July 1, 2013?
What is the Wisconsin State Dog?
A: American water spaniel.
In what four cities does 86% of Wisconsin's
African-American population live in?
A: Milwaukee, Racine, Beloit, Kenosha.
Tammy Baldwin from Madison Wisconsin was the first openly
A: Lesbian U.S. Representative.
Tammy Baldwin was the first openly what?
A: Gay Senator.
In what year did Gwen Moore became Wisconsin's first
African-American U.S. Representative?
A: In 2004 .
What is the Wisconsin State Flower?
A: Wood violet.
What is the Wisconsin State Animal?
Wisconsin is home to the Located in Wisconsin, what is the
name of the world's oldest operational racetrack?
A: The Milwaukee Mile.
Wisconsin leads the country in cheese production, producing
what percentage of the nations cheese?
A: About one quarter.
What is the Wisconsin State Fish?
The state of Wisconsin is second in milk production, after
what other US state?
How much of the country's butter does Wisconsin produce?
A: About one-quarter.
What is the Wisconsin State Domesticated Animal?
A: Dairy cow.
Wisconsin grows over half the national crop of
cranberries, and 97% of the nation's what?
The state of Wisconsin is the only one that treats a first
offense drunk driving as a traffic violation and not a what?
Hunting is popular in Wisconsin, and one of the most
prevalent game animals is the what?
A: Whitetail deer.
How many deer hunting licenses are sold per annum in the
state of Wisconsin?
A: Over 600,000.
What is the Wisconsin State Wild Animal?
A: White-tailed deer.
In what three sports is Wisconsin is represented by major
A: Football, baseball, and basketball.
To what team is Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin home
A: Green Bay Packers .
The Green Bay Packers have won how many NFL championships?
In what year did the Milwaukee Brewers win the American
A: in 1982.
Where do the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA play home games?
A: At the Bradley Center.
In what year did the Bucks win the NBA Championship?
A: In 1971.
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