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Remarks in support of bills, 247A and 524A, which provide for a revised edition of Dean Henry's hand-book of Wisconsin, and a larger appropriation to the State Board of Immigration; and against bills 186A and 208A, which attempt to abolish the State Board of Immigration

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Wisconsin Advancement Association
Remarks in support of bills, 247A and 524A, which provide for a revised edition of Dean Henry's hand-book of Wisconsin, and a larger appropriation to the State Board of Immigration; and against bills 186A and 208A, which attempt to abolish the State Board of Immigration
[Madison, Wisconsin]: [Wisconsin Advancement Association], [1911]
12 p. ; 27 cm.

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Remarks in support of bills, 247A and 524A, which provide for a revised edition of Dean Henry's hand-book of Wisconsin, and a larger appropriation to the State Board of Immigration; and against bills 186A and 208A, which attempt to abolish the State Board of Immigration, p. [1]

Plan of the association, pp. [1]-2

Money loss to state, p. 2

Immigration bureaus in other states, pp. 2-3

Advertising, as an investment for the state, pp. 3-4

People leaving state, p. 4

Work of the association, p. 4

Land clearing contest, pp. 4-6

County organizations, p. 6

Lecture course, p. 6

Land show, p. 6

New York land show, p. 6

Publicity department, pp. 6-7

Farm journals, p. 7

Benefit to the state by way of taxation, p. 7

To illustrate, 10,000 undeveloped and unimproved eighty acre tracts of cut over land, pp. 8-9

Necessity of private land owners co-operating with the state, pp. 9-10

State appropriation equalling [equaling] private subscriptions, pp. 10-11

One special benefit of board, p. 11

The association has no land to sell, p. 11

News service, pp. 11-12

New settlers, p. 12


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