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· Eastern Ridges & Lowlands
· Central Plain
· Northern Highland
· Lake Superior Lowland

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Wisconsin Statewide Information

 Facts 
Capital: Madison
Latitude/Longitude: 43° 08' N, 89° 39' W
Admission to Statehood: May 29, 1848 (30th state)
Name Origin: An Indian word the French spelled Ouisconsin, meaning "Gathering of the waters."
A pronunciation guide for everything Wisconsin: www.MissPronouncer.com
Largest County by population: Milwaukee County
Population Quickfacts: U.S. Census Bureau
My Legislators: waml.legis.state.wi.us
Wisconsin Individual Income Tax: Rates vary from 4.60% to 7.75%, depending upon marital status and income. (2012)
Wisconsin State Sales Tax: 5% tax imposed on the gross receipts of retailers who sell or lease tangible personal property or provide taxable services in Wisconsin. (2012)
Wisconsin County Sales Tax: Wisconsin Department of Revenue
Wisconsin County Codes:
1 Adams 2 Ashland 3 Barron 4 Bayfield 5 Brown 6 Buffalo
7 Burnett 8 Calumet 9 Chippewa 10 Clark 11 Columbia 12 Crawford
13 Dane 14 Dodge 15 Door 16 Douglas 17 Dunn 18 Eau Claire
19 Florence 20 Fond du Lac 21 Forest 22 Grant 23 Green 24 Green Lake
25 Iowa 26 Iron 27 Jackson 28 Jefferson 29 Juneau 30 Kenosha
31 Kewaunee 32 La Crosse 33 Lafayette 34 Langlade 35 Lincoln 36 Manitowoc
37 Marathon 38 Marinette 39 Marquette 72 Menominee 40 Milwaukee 41 Monroe
42 Oconto 43 Oneida 44 Outagamie 45 Ozaukee 46 Pepin 47 Pierce
48 Polk 49 Portage 50 Price 51 Racine 52 Richland 53 Rock
54 Rusk 56 Sauk 57 Sawyer 58 Shawano 59 Sheboygan 55 St. Croix
60 Taylor 61 Trempealeau 62 Vernon 63 Vilas 64 Walworth 65 Washburn
66 Washington 67 Waukesha 68 Waupaca 69 Waushara 70 Winnebago 71 Wood
Largest cities: Name 2000 Population  
  Milwaukee 596,974  
  Madison 208,054  
  Green Bay 102,313  
  Kenosha 90,352  
  Racine 81,855  
  Appleton 70,087  
  Waukesha 64,825  
  Oshkosh 62,916  
  Eau Claire 61,704  
  West Allis 61,254  
Population: Year Male Female Total
  1930: 2,939,006
  1970: 4,417,731
  1980: 4,705,767
  1990: 2,392,935 2,498,834 4,891,769
  2000: 2,649,041 2,714,634 5,363,675
Cities Sorted by Zipcode
  Zipcodes Sorted by City
 
 Symbols 
Animal: Badger
Bird: Robin
Flag: (see below)
Flower: Wood Violet
Fish: Muskellunge (Muskie)
Fruit: Cranberry
Motto: "Forward"
Nickname: Badger State
Rock: Red Granite
Song: "On Wisconsin"
State Seal: (see below)
Tree: Sugar Maple
More State Symbols: WI Government
 
 Land 
Area: 65,503 sq miles; (Land) 54,314 sq. miles, (Water) 11,190 sq. miles
Lakes: 15,057 covering 1.2 million acres - WDNR Surface Water Data Viewer
Counties: 72 (see map)
Highest Point: Timms Hill, 1,951 ft. in Price County
Lowest Point: Lake Michigan, 581 ft.
Length/Width: 310 miles/260 miles
Geographic Center: Pittsville, in Wood County
Shoreline: (Great Lakes) 950 miles
State Parks: see map
Wisconsin Rivers: see map
National Forests & Recreation Areas: see forests
Geographic Provinces: See links in left margin of this page

 State Seal 

 State Flag 



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