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The State of Wisconsin
State Coat of Arms: Finalized in 1881, the Coat of Arms contains symbols that represent the diversity, wealth and abundance of resources in Wisconsin. The State Bird is a Robin (Turdus migratorius) School children across the state voted to name it the state bird in 1926-27. State Flag, last altered in 1979. State Flower: Wood Violet (Viola papilionacea) Adopted as Wisconsin's official state flower on Arbor Day 1909. The Sugar Maple became the state's official tree in 1949. State Animal: Badger, the ferocious Badger has lent its likeness to the state's coat of arms, flag, and song.
Admission to Statehood: May 29 1848.
Capita City: Madison
Location: 43.044 N. 089.409 W.
Climate: Wisconsin has winter, spring, summer, and autumn.
Economy: Agriculture - Cheese, dairy products, cattle, hogs, vegetables, corn, cranberries. Industry - Machinery, food processing, paper products, electric equipment, fabricated metal products, tourism.
Flag: Starting at the top of the shield on a dark blue field is the state motto "Forward". Below it is a badger the state animal. A sailor and miner show that the people work on water and land. The shield in the center shows Wisconsin's support for the United States. In four sections surrounding the shield are representations of the states main industries: Agriculture, mining, manufacturing and navigation. The cornucopia and pile of lead represent farm products and minerals. The flag law was amended in 1979 to include the name of the state and the date of statehood.
Flower: Wood Violet (Viola Papilionacea)
Highest Point: Timms Hill; 1951 feet, 39 th
Largest Cities: Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, Appleton, Waukesha, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, and West Allis.
Lowest Point: Shore of Lake Michigan; 581 feet, 41 st
National Forest: Wisconsin
Nickname: Badger State
Origin of state's name: Based on an Indian word "Ouisconsin" believed to mean "grassy place" in the Cheppewa tongue
Population: 5,368,675; 18 th
Representatives: US House - 109 th Congress
US Senate - 109 th Congress
Song: On Wisconsin - Word by: J. S. Hubbard and Charles D. Rosa - Music by: William T. Purdy