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
... their "Sixth Stopping P...
In 1745, the Ojibwe of Lake Superior began to move ... Wisconsin and the
southern shore of Lake Superior did not join ...
Thus, the settlement of Wisconsin by European immigrants was preceded and
made possible by the coerced reduction of ... The first immigrants tended to settle
in the southern parts of Wisconsin. ... Link to article: Recollections of Old Superior
Wisconsin, European Exploration and Settlement: The first European to enter the
... Chouart, sieur de Groseilliers, explored the southern shore of Lake Superior.
Etienne Brule is credited with the European discovery of Lake Superior ....
Nearby, La Pointe (Wisconsin) was the center of the Company's fishing business.
...... in the southern part of the state between the Minnesota and Mississippi
3 days ago ... The ruffe subsequently spread into Duluth Harbor in Lake Superior and ... In
August 1994, it was found in Saxon Harbor, Wisconsin, and in the upper ... the
origin of ruffe introduced to the Great Lakes was southern Europe, not ...
In northwestern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, ... European
presence along the South Shore of Lake Superior began with the ... wide the
gates of passage from Scandinavia and Eastern and Southern Europe to “New
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Jun 2, 2010 ... Why Great Britain and Northern-Europe are superior. .... So much for believing
Southern Europeans are not racially pure enough when cited ...
The Finns in America (European Reading Room, Library of Congress). ... Carl
Sjödahl, the former sailor, led 53 emigrants from Uusimaa in Southern Finland to
Alabama in 1869, and another .... Superior, Wisconsin: Tyomies Society, 1977.
Facts about Lake Superior's size, water quality, history, climate, aquatic life, etc. ...
Lake Superior is, by surface area, the world's largest freshwater lake. ... Marie to
the Wisconsin-Michigan border. ... When European explorers visited Lake
Superior in the 1600s they reported giant sturgeons (up to nine feet in length)