Definition of Capital of wisconsin
1. Noun. Capital of the state of Wisconsin; located in the southern part of state; site of the main branch of the University of Wisconsin.
Terms within: University Of Wisconsin
Generic synonyms: State Capital
Group relationships: Badger State, Wi, Wisconsin
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Literary usage of Capital of wisconsin
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1. Harper's Introductory Geography: With Maps and Illustrations Prepared (1896)
"What is the capital of Wisconsin? What three cities in Wisconsin are on Lake Michigan? What city is on Winnebago Lake? What is the capital of Michigan? ..."
2. Harper's Introductory Geography: With Maps and Illustrations Prepared (1880)
"What city in Illinois is on Lake Michigan ? What city is on Illinois River? What city is on the Mississippi? What is the capital of Wisconsin? ..."
3. Colton and Fitch's Introductory School Geography: Illustrated by Twenty Maps by George William Fitch, George Woolworth Colton (1863)
"Dt. What is the capital of Wisconsin ? Mn. On what lake is Milwaukee? Mn. What is the capital of Iowa ? Ds Ms. What is the capital of Minnesota t St. PL On ..."
4. Manual of Geography: Combined with History and Astronomy by James Monteith (1864)
"What two Rivers on the west side of this State? Which is the largest River in Wisconsin? Into what does it flow? What is the Capital of Wisconsin? ..."
5. The Eclectic Elementary Geography (1883)
"What is the capital of Wisconsin ?—What two cities on Lake () Michigan ?—What city on the Mississippi ? ..."
6. The Historical Magazine (1869)
"MADISON, the Capital of Wisconsin ; its Progrese, Capabilities and Destiny. Madison: 1855. Octavo, pp. 48. the Capital of Wisconsin : ita growth, progress, ..."
7. The Financial History of Wisconsin by Raymond Vincent Phelan (1908)
"It would keep the capital of Wisconsin at home, and relieve the people of taxation. A similar plan had been in practice in "Law» of 1866, ch. 23. Sec. ..."