The great state of Wisconsin became the 30th state on
May 29, 1848. Wisconsin has an area of 65,503 square miles and it is
the 23rd largest state. It's eastern boundary borders Lake Michigan
while its northern boundary borders Lake Superior. Wisconsin's
western boundary borders the Mississippi River. The name Wisconsin
is derived from a native American language. Its capital is Madison.
Name of Emblem/Symbol
State Wildlife Animal
Antigo Silt Loam
American Water Spaniel
Complete the questions below.
1. Wisconsin became a state on May 29,
2. Wisconsin's eastern boundary borders
3. Its state dance is the
4. Antigo Silt Loam is the state
5. The Wisconsin state mineral is .
6. The Wisconsin state motto is "."
7. The nickname for Wisconsin is the
8. The state tree is the
9. "On Wisconsin" is the state
10. The state beverage is
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