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Superior, Wisconsin - Wikipedia


Superior is a city in, and the county seat of, Douglas County in the state of Wisconsin. ... About the time of the European arrival, the Duluth–Superior region  ...

Arrival of the First Europeans |Turning Points in Wisconsin History ...


The first European to visit Wisconsin may have been interpreter Etienne Brule (ca . 1592-1632). In 1622 or 1623 he traveled around Lake Superior, but the ...

The Finns in America (European Reading Room, Library of Congress)


Apr 14, 2016 ... Superior, Wisconsin: Tyomies Society, 1977. ______. Finnish Immigrants in America 1880-1920. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, ...

Ojibwe History - Indian Country Wisconsin


The main Ojibwe settlement in Wisconsin at this time was on Madeline Island in Chequamegon Bay, Lake Superior.

History of Minnesota's Lake Superior - Minnesota Historical Society


Etienne Brule is credited with the European discovery of Lake Superior .... Nearby, La Pointe (Wisconsin) was the center of the Company's fishing business.

Europe's Taste For Caviar Is Putting Pressure On A Great Lakes Fish ...


Jul 29, 2015 ... Scientists say lake herring, a key fish in Lake Superior's food web, ... in Wisconsin who fishes around Lake Superior's Apostle Islands.

Icelandair First European Airline to Offer Gate-To-Gate Wi-Fi


Feb 16, 2016 ... Icelandair announces gate-to-gate Wi-Fi connectivity on their full fleet ... to optimize the infrastructure to provide a superior Wi-Fi experience for ...

The Development of Duluth from 1856-1939 – Zenith City Online


Prior to European settlement the entire area familiar to us as Duluth and Superior , Wisconsin, was known as Fond du Lac, French for “bottom of the lake.

Port History - Duluth Seaway Port Authority


The Port of Duluth-Superior sits at the westernmost tip of the Great Lakes St. ... that stretches nine miles from Duluth, Minnesota into Superior, Wisconsin. ... Later, French-Canadian voyageurs and other Europeans paddled the same channels.

Wisconsin Historical Fencing Association: WHFA


WHFA practices the martial arts of Renaissance and Medieval Europe in Wisconsin.