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Voyageur JACOB ROI, a French trapper, built a cottage at La Baye (Green Bay) in 1776. It is Green Bay’s oldest home. Founding Mothers State Founders LILLIE ROSA MINOKA, of Mohawk descent, became a doctor and ministered to the Oneidas. She was adopted by the Oneida tribe. ” ADA JAMES was an outspoken advocate of women’s rights. Ada and her father, David, worked for suffrage and equal rights. FRANCES WILLARD was a famous suffragist and campaigner for the Women’s Christian Temperance Union. ” CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT was a suffragist who worked hard for equal rights for women.
Claim to Fame Wisconsinites eat nearly 21 million gallons of ice cream every year. The very first ice cream sundae was “scooped” in 1881 in Two Rivers. Was it two scoops In 1881, Edward Berner, of Two Rivers, in Two Rivers, or maybe came up with a dessert three? when he poured chocolate syrup over Wisconsin ice cream. He would only sell his “sundaes” on Sunday. 52 Indian Tribes • Chippewa (Ojibwa) • Menominee • Oneida • Potawatomi • Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) • Iroquois • Ottawa • Huron • Miami • Fox • Dakota Sioux (Santee) Indian mounds in the shape of animals are called effigy mounds and stand about 36 inches (90 centimeters) tall.
These explorers searched for a route through North America to the Pacific Ocean. Although they never found a sea route to the Pacific, they did claim the newly discovered land for France. Exploration Voyageurs (French trappers and traders) traveled throughout Wisconsin. They sold many furs to the Old World and explored much of the area. Explorers, missionaries, and adventurers came from Europe on ships in the 1500s. 38 Colonization Home, Sweet Home Roman Catholic priests established the first missions in Wisconsin.
ABC Stamp It! by Preschool Wonders