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Most of the land can be described as being a plain. Sea Level Back On Top 29 Mounds Glacial Effects As prehistoric glaciers moved out of the Wisconsin area, falling rocks created mounds. These mounds are called kames. There are also long mounds called drumlins. Round craters formed by the glaciers that filled with water Mounds and became ponds are called kettles. As more glacial ice melted and formed rivers, they deposited sand and gravel. These deposits are known as eskers. Rib Mountain is located near the center of the state.
Famous NativeAmericans Potawatomi CHIEF KAHQUADOS was an expert lumberjack and self-taught surveyor who lived in the forests of northern Door County. He tried to improve the lives of his people. C. to deliver proposals to the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Chief RED BIRD was a Winnebago, or Ho-Chunk, chief who fought bravely against settlers who came to Wisconsin to mine lead near Mineral Point. S. government to leave their homes. 56 Clowning Around Send in the Clowns! Have you ever been to a circus?
At the end of the Revolutionary War, the new nation included the area we call Wisconsin. It was part of a region later called the Northwest Territory. 42 Slaves and Slavery Slavery existed in Wisconsin as far back as French colonial days, but at that time, there were very few slaves in the area. The Northwest Ordinance issued by the United States outlawed bringing new slaves into the territory, but did not free slaves Slaves and already living in Wisconsin. Henry Slavery Dodge, Wisconsin’s first territorial governor, owned slaves until 1838.