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    • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs.
    • 1910
    • INDIANS IN WISCONSIN. 1045 which do not desire this work to continue for the reason that the success of this work means financial losses to certain interests on the outside. Mr. Dillett. Have you some evidence of outside interference? Mr. Braniff....


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    • _ 10 - 1U. LABOR, VOYTA WRABETZ, MADISON, CHAIRMAN The activities of the subcommittee on Labor were limited to participation in the Exposition at the State Fair grounds, as that occasion was best suited for an exhibition showing the progress in...


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    • Wisconsin Loyalty Legion
    • 1918
    • STATE SECRETARY'S REPORT March 23, 1918. The Wisconsin Loyalty Legion, successor to the Wisconsin Defense League, has been In existence about seven months, and this report will be a brief recital of its activities during the last four months, the...


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    • Rotier, M.C.
    • 1892
    • ^|_Jull_J^-ZI A Progressive Monthly Paper for Cyclists. Vol. I. Milwaukee, Wis., May 14, 1892. No. 2. Gossip About Lady Cyclers. BY JACK ROYAL. Of all the out-door sports of the present clay adapt¬ ed for the enjoyment of old and young—male and...


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    • Wisconsin Volunteers. 39 Name. Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, •...


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    • Wisconsin Volunteers. 823 Name. Reeser, WiUiam t Reesman, PhiUp Reeve, Albert Reeve, Charles , Reeve, George 0 Reeve, Horace Reeve, James T, Reeve, Selah '. Reeve, Warner G Reeves, Andrew J Reeves, Anson ., Reeves,...


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    • Rotier, M. C.
    • 1899
    • THE BICYCLE. 27,3 resemblance round the tube, and the two tubes had been merely held into the lugs by the enamel! The machine had been ridden about 300 miles before it gave out. Had the owner known that at every revolution of the pedals his life...


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    • 1930
    • SURVEY OF OONDITIONS OF INDIANS IN UNITED STATES 2059 ^ POOR RELIEF 1923 Mar. 31, Mrs. Moses John, care of Henry King $15. 00 Apr. 2, Nick Elm, care of Abram Elm 15. 00 Apr. 6, Lydia Coulon, care of Mina John 10. 00 Apr. 6, Mary Jane...


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    • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs.
    • 1910
    • INDIANS IN WISCONSIN. 785 Senator La Follette. Did you* appoint him on account of his pen¬ manship to be farmer over here? Mr. Campbell. And his judgment. He had quite an experience. He was an old soldier. Senator La Follette. You appointed Mr....


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    • Brown, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1872-1946;
    • 1930
    • Paul had a little hunting dog called Elmer. One night he thought that he heard a rat in the shanty. He flung an axe and cut his favor¬ ite dog in two. But he got up and stitched the dog together again. This was in the dark and he got the hind end...


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    • Rotier, M. C.
    • 1895-11
    • THE PNEUMATIC. .South Side Club Prosperous. The growth made hy the South Side Cycling Club since its organization has been remarkable. During the past two months that it has been in existence it has enrolled, over 150 wheelmen, most of them...


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    • Wisconsin Loyalty Legion
    • 1918
    • such suggestions as you can and giving such as¬ sistance as is possible in organizing local chapters in cities and villages in your vicinity where one has not already been formed, the Wisconsin Loy¬ alty Legion by the time next fall's elections...


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    • Ragueneau, Paul, 1608-1680; Lalemant, Jérôme, 1593-1673
    • 1898-1899
    • 1659-60] RELATION OF 1659-60 225 and seventy-third of longitude, assures us that ten days* journey Westward lies the Sea, which can be no other than the one we are looking for,—it is this knowledge that makes us believe that the whole of North...


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    • Ebling, Walter H.
    • 1931
    • BULLETIN NO. 120—WISCONSIN DAIRYING 37 TABLE NO. 20. MONTHLY AND ANNUAL BUTTERFAT TEST OF MILK RECEIVED AT WISCONSIN DAIRY PLANTS, BY COUNTIES, 1930* County Barron Bayfield Burnett .- Chippewa Douglas. Polk ...


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    • Freeman, Samuel
    • 1851
    • 46 mate. Still with all allowances, it must in candor be stated, that much more care is requisite to ensure per¬ manent good health in the United States, than in England or Ireland. It is nevertheless also true that the western cHmate of America,...


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    • International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Local 833
    • 1955
    • THE KOHLER WORKERS CRUSADE- A MATTER FOR AMERICA'S CONSCIENCE • Kohler workers beUeve theirs is not just a strike . . . but a crusade. Like all true crusades, theirs is a struggle to gain a better way of life; a temporary sacrifice to right wrongs...


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    • Wisconsin Loyalty Legion
    • 1918
    • list between 175,000 and 200)000 names, including names of members of Legion chapters, names of persons who signed the Loyalty Legion petition, names of bankers, travelers, creamery and cheese factory owners, and many other valuable lists we have...


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    • Ebling, Walter H.
    • 1931
    • 38 THE WISCONSIN AND UNITED STATES DEPARTMENTS OF AGRICULTURE TABLE NO. 21. DAILY MILK PRODUCTION PER COW ON THE FIRST DAY OF EACH MONTH ON THE FARMS OF WISCONSIN CROP REPORTERS, 1924—1930^ District 1 2.- — — „-- —— 3-.---- —— —— ¦• 4 ——...


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    • Forest History Association of Wisconsin
    • 1986-1995
    • dam operating at the Rovmd Lake site by 1879. The dam builder is still open to further speculation. By 1883 there is evidence of the dam on maps including one by Jacob Mueller which also shows the Henry Dam. There is some evidence in tax records,...


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    • Forest History Association of Wisconsin
    • 1986-1995
    • Cranberries By Tom Lochner Cranberries are one of only three commercial fruits native to North America. The other two are blueberries and concord grapes. This tasty little berry was a staple in the diets of American Indians long before the Pilgrims...

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