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Wisconsin Early History
First Early Inhabitants of Wisconsin
Early history examines the archaeological record that tells the story of the first inhabitants of Wisconsin. Learn about the prehistory and culture of the first early inhabitants, and what lessons it might teach us about the early history of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin First Early Inhabitants Timeline
Early History of Native Americans in Wisconsin
The Indigenous People of Wisconsin
As long ago as 10,000 years ago, Paleo-indians came through Wisconsin hunting wooly mammoth, mastodon, and bison. After the retreat of the glaciers, the climate improved and people began to live in caves, along rivers, and around lakes. They hunted smaller animals like deer and elk, and harvested wild plants, nuts, and acorns. During the Woodland Period, around 3,000 years ago, people began to live together in villages, and use bows and arrows to hunt. They built burial mounds for their dead.
US History Overview
The United States of America is located in the middle of the North American continent with Canada to the north and the United Mexican States to the south. The United States ranges from the Atlantic Ocean on the nation's east coast to the Pacific Ocean bordering the west, and also includes the state of Hawaii, a series of islands located in the Pacific Ocean, the state of Alaska located in the northwestern part of the continent above the Yukon, and numerous other holdings and territories