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Build Wisconsin [1925, no. 21],   pp. [1]-4 PDF (1.2 MB)


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  iStroner Build               Wisconsin
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Volume 3                 June 1, 1D25              Number 21
"First, Last and Always - Better Badger \Weeklies"
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1!ISCONSIN'S T'ESTERN UPLAND" SUCCESSFULLY
    RIVALS TFE FAr' FAIED BEFRKSHIPTES OF EAST
         No Similar Rcgicn in Territory
           Originally Covered b) the
           Groat Glaciors of North
               Amurica and Europe
Edtr1Nt          ntisa~ceteatos
Editor's No-be - In this arti~cle tho authors,
W. 0. Hotchcijss and F. A. Cannon, toll the
story of llisconsin in the making.     Which of
us know whetnor or not we live in the por-
tion of X'isconsin once covered by vast ice
fields!   Yet the glaciers visiting, or fail-
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GLIMP1SE of the topography and tho goological story of 'Wisconsin
is interesting.   The surface reveals a striking divorsity.
    West of a line dravwn from thc Illinois boundary, north to
Madison, and thence northwest to Eau Clairu, lies the "wvst-
urn upland".   This is a region with a gsnoral summit oleva-
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most of thu hills are mainly a fairly hard dolomite;    the flanks and the
valley bottoms are soft, croam-colored and buff sandstone, mostly covorod
with soil and hardwood forest. The main stroams have carved their valleys
four or fivc hundrod feet decp into this upland, and in this process have
do-
vcloped sccnexy of diversified and rugged beauty.
               This shet if, in the in1remts af the coiiinm'nity ntwspaper.
Is~ued by the DepartmL'nt of Agricultural Journalism of the Wisc;n in College
of Agriculture
                in cc-oprr.lion -with the Wiiconsin I-re. ^Iseciation.
flflat.     .
long ages ago had a very great influence
upon us and upon our every day life today.
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