Wisconsin

Wisconsin became the 30th state on May 29, 1848. Madison is the state capital. There are currently 72 counties each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

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Adams County / Ashland County / Barron County / Bayfield County / Brown County / Buffalo County / Burnett County / Calumet County / Chippewa County / Clark County / Columbia County / Crawford County / Dane County / Dodge County / Door County / Douglas County / Dunn County / Eau Claire County / Florence County / Fond du Lac County / Forest County / Grant County / Green County / Green Lake County / Iowa County / Iron County / Jackson County / Jefferson County / Juneau County / Kenosha County / Kewaunee County / La Crosse County / Lafayette County / Langlade County / Lincoln County

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Manitowoc County / Marathon County / Marinette County / Marquette County / Menominee County / Milwaukee County / Monroe County / Oconto County / Oneida County / Outagamie County / Ozaukee County / Pepin County / Pierce County / Polk County / Portage County / Price County / Racine County / Richland County / Rock County / Rusk County / Saint Croix County / Sauk County / Sawyer County / Shawano County / Sheboygan County / Taylor County / Trempealeau County / Vernon County / Vilas County / Walworth County / Washburn County / Washington County / Waukesha County / Waupaca County / Waushara County / Winnebago County / Wood County

 

Wisconsin Supreme Court

 

 

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State Capitol – Madison

 

 

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Governor Mansion – Maple Bluff