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Wisconsin pioneers : some lessons on Wisconsin

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Turner, Jennie McMullin 1885-1967
Wisconsin pioneers : some lessons on Wisconsin
Appleton, Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Magazine and C. C. Nelson Publishing Co., 1929
111 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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Contents

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[Title page] Wisconsin pioneers: some lessons on Wisconsin, p. [1]

Foreword, p. [2]

Contents, p. [2]

Chapter I. Forward!, pp. 3-4

Chapter II. Early pioneering in Wisconsin, pp. 5-8

Chapter III. Government in early Wisconsin, pp. 9-16

Chapter IV. The boundaries of Wisconsin, pp. 17-18

Chapter V. The people of Wisconsin, pp. 19-20

Chapter VI. Influence of the largest of the early national elements in Wisconsin, pp. 21-28

Chapter VII. Wisconsin and the struggle over slavery and the union, pp. 29-32

Chapter VIII. Wisconsin and the problem of natural resources, pp. 33-42

Chapter IX. Wisconsin and the problems of the farmer, pp. 43-62

Chapter X. Wisconsin and the problems of the industrial worker, pp. 63-66

Chapter XI. Wisconsin and the problem of education, pp. 67-70

Chapter XII. The University of Wisconsin, pp. 71-78

Chapter XIII. The part-time school, pp. 79-86

Chapter XIV. Wisconsin and the railroad problem, pp. 87-90

Chapter XV. Some significant legislation of the last thirty years, pp. 91-94

Chapter XVI. The law making process, pp. 95-102

Chapter XVII. Wisconsin's boards and commissions, pp. 103-106

Chapter XVIII. Some conflicts in state government, pp. 107-110

Chapter XIX: The essence of the Wisconsin idea, p. 111


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