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Wisconsin Census, 1820-1890
"Wisconsin's Past and Present: A Historical Atlas" by the Wisconsin Cartographers' Guild
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"The History of Wisconsin: From Exploration to Statehood" by Alice E. Smith
In terms of percentage, the largest increase in Wisconsin's population was between 1840 and 1850 when there was a 886.9 percent increase.
Where in Wisconsin did the majority of the people live in 1820?
Where were the 804 soldiers based in 1820?
How much did the population increase in the 1830 census?
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Wisconsin Historical Society
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1775: Patrick Henry, in a speech calling for independence from Britain, uttered his famous line, "Give me liberty, or give me death!"
1965: America's first two-manned space flight, Gemini 3, blasts off from Cape Kennedy.
U.S. historical events that occurred on March 23: