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    According to MadisonWI.com The State Capital is Madison. There population is 243,344 (2013). This is the second largest city in Wisconsin,it started out as a very small city. Madison became the Capital of Wisconsin in 1837,named after the president James Madison this city was chosen because it was located halfway between two rapidly growing cities,Milwaukee in the east and prairie duchan in the west Landmarks: Wisconsin State Capital The Wisconsin State Capital was completed in 1917, the building is fifth to serve as the Wisconsin State Capital since the first territorial legislature convened during 1836 and the third building since Wisconsin was granted Statehood during 1848.The streets surrounding the buildings from the Capital square which is home of many restaurants and shops. The Wisconsin State Capital is the tallest building in Madison. Famous Person: J.J Watt According to famousbirthdays.com J.J Watt was born in Waukesha Wisconsin on March…

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    In turn, learning about all the different dimensions of identity helped me to understand an identify different than myself and empathize with them. I think this is especially beneficial on a large campus with people from around the world and multiple backgrounds. I have learned to be accepting of everyone and never make assumptions about anybody. This will help my Wisconsin Experience through compassion, being able to understand a person, and be cautious of other’s backgrounds and cultures.…

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    Scott Walker is the current Governor of the state of Wisconsin. He was first elected governor in 2010. In 2012 he became the first United States governor to win a recall election. He was then reelected governor of Wisconsin in 2014. His career began through his service in the Wisconsin State Assembly and as the Milwaukee County Executive. Walker was born in Colorado and grew up in Iowa and Wisconsin. He attended Marquette University. Walker was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly in…

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    Raph Armstrong Case Study

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    resulted in her assailant, Richard Armstrong, receiving a life sentence. On June 24, 1980, the body of 19 year old UW-Madison student Charise Kamps was found shortly after noon in her apartment in Madison, Wisconsin. Her boyfriend Brian Dillman had been trying to reach her for several hours but repeatedly got a busy signal. He called Kamps’ friend Jane May, who was Armstrong’s fiancé, to go check in on her. When May had entered Kamps’ apartment, she testified that the phone was off of the hook…

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    Bridge War 1845

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    Eventually these three towns came together and formed the city of Milwaukee. Byron Kilbourn and Solomon Juneau In the end put their differences aside after the war, and decided that unification would be the best resolution for everyone. Their quarrel came to a complete halt; Juneautown, Kilbourntown, and Walker’s Point ceased to exist and in its place stood a united city of Milwaukee, the largest metropolitan of Wisconsin. This brief moment in history proved to be entirely significant it…

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    deviance. Ed Gein psychotic behaviour can explained from the psychological perspective of perception and mental illness because he was nurtured into developing different mental illnesses and perceiving women differently than regular people do. The psychological perspective concerning brain research and mental illness is a critical factor in determining the way a psychopath thinks. Mental illness can be a cause for many behavioural problems as Ed Gein suffered from schizophrenia and was…

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    Immigrants And Migration

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    The Effect of Religion on the Emigration Journey of German to Wisconsin in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries and Parallels with Modern Migration [Document subtitle] Emigration was not uncommon in European history, and many citizens did emigrate to other countries for various reasons, but for many this was not an easy journey. One factor that greatly influenced the emigration process in the late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century was an immigrants’ religion. Many European…

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    If the Packers did a specific campaign for women’s clothing, it would definitely bring more women into the games. Wisconsin is a very unique case however, in Wisconsin, football is not just a man’s sport to watch. With how people grow up and are raised in Wisconsin, everyone loves the Packers. It does not matter if they are male or female, 60 years old or 12 years old, a huge amount of the population love to watch the Packers play on Sunday afternoons. Churches even make sure that service is…

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    Fox River Case Study

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    Through going up in Green Bay and De Pere, Wisconsin, there has always been a topic that has continuously appeared and disappeared. That is the condition of the Fox River, throughout my childhood I was never able to fully use the river to swim or fish within. That is because of the dangerously high levels of pollution that are within the water. The river has been found to have 209 chemicals found in a study by Sharon A. Fitzgerald and Jeffrey J. Steuer. Throughout my studies, I have found great…

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    tribe hostile to American settlers in the Winnebago war under Captain Smith in 1827 as well as fought against the Sauk and their allies in the Black Hawk war alongside the American government in 1831. While allied with the United States on these occasions, Chief Oshkosh the Brave was subjected to hostile legal processes in 1830 when put on trial for the murder of a Native American man from another tribe. Despite a long tradition of retribution killing between central Wisconsin tribes, the legal…

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