Wisconsin: A Guide to the Badger State

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Index
Abbotsford, 398
Abolition, 42, 52, 54, 133, 199, 204, 245, 364, 386, 534, 535
Aboriginal Portfolio,150
Academy of Fine Arts, 153
Ad valorem tax bill, 59
Adams, Ammon P. (plaque), 362
Adams, 401
Adult Education and Recreation Department, WPA, 166
Advertiser, Milwaukee, 131-132, 243
Advocate, Racine, 276
"After the Ball,"163
Agard, Walter, 172
Agency House, 522
Agrelius, C. P., 491
AGRICULTURE, 91-104; Agricultural Experiment Stations, University of Wisconsin, 93, 98-99, 109, 121, 308, 407, 461; apple growing, 98, 420, 449; Babcock butterfat tester, 93, 121, 490, 452; back-to-the-land movement, 432; barley growing, 94, 97, 480; bee-keeping, 475; berry raising, 449, 552; cabbage raising, 552; cattle raising, 93-94, 96; cheese factory, 357; cheese festival (Monroe), 550; cheese industry, see dairy industry below; cherry growing, 98, 306; corn growing, 94, 95, 97, 558- 559; Council of Agriculture, 87; county agents, 100; cranberry festival, 401; cranberry growing, 98; College of Agriculture, University of Wisconsin, 98-99, 233-234, 474- 475; Department of Agriculture, State, 63, 100-101, 109, 112, 474-475; Department of Agriculture, United States, 541; dairy barns, 181; dairy industry, 73, 92-94, 95-96, 190, 206, 356, 357, 410, 469-470, 475, 477, 485, 490-491, 506, 513-514, 515, 525, 526, 534, 538, 542, 545, 548-549, 553; dairy markets, 108; farm income, 102, 104; farm life, 104; farm organizations, 100, 101; see also Cooperative Movement; farm population, 104; Farmers' Dairy board of trade, 512; Farmers' Union, 81, 107, 109, 476; Farmers' Union Central Exchange, 109, 111; farming, 188, 467, 540; Farm Security Administration, 524; fur ranching, 97, 109, 474; Future Farmers of America, 100; geese raising, 519; ginseng growing, 397; grain production, 92, 97-98; growing seasons, 4; hog raising, 506, 509-510; horse breeding, 474-475; livestock production, 95, 97; land economic inventory, 102-103; Livestock Sanitary board, 93; pea canning, 526, 528-529; pea growing, 94, 98; Pea Growers' Association, 109; pea harvesting, 528- 529; pheasant farming, 505, 552; potato growing, 94, 98, 355, 482- 483; poultry raising, 97; public agencies, 98-101; Pure Milk Association, 107; resettlement program, 103-104, 404, 432, 523; rye growing, 392; rural zoning, 102-104; sheep raising, 109, 486; Smith-Hughes Act of 1917, 84; soil conservation, 24-25, 382-383, 439, 514-515, 541; status in 1938, 95-98; tobacco growing, 94- 95, 97-98, 386, 507, 513-514, 515, 537; turkey raising, 410; wheat growing, 43-44, 68, 92, 199, 276, 472, 476, 548; Wisconsin Cranberry Exchange, 107; Wisconsin Dairyman's Association93, 490; Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, 234; Wisconsin State Potato Exchange, 109
Agriculture and the Industries Bringing Their Tribute to Milwaukee, 154-155
Aikens, A. J., 134-135
Airplane House, 235
Albemarle,544
Albion, 386
Algoma, 266, 267, 318
Algonquians. See Indian Tribes
Allen A Plant, 200
Allen Tannery, 199
Allis-Chalmers Farm Implement Plant, 86, 210
Allouez, Claude, 37, 124, 186, 266, 272, 293, 323, 325, 358, 392, 451; statue, 192; marker, 272; Cross, 323
Alma, 437

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