Wisconsin is known as "America's Dairyland." Nonetheless, despite the fact that Wisconsin produces more cheese products than any other state save California, it is home to far more than farmland. In Wisconsin readers will encounter one of the most beautiful states in the America. Wisconsin features rolling dairy farms, thousands of lakes, deep Northwoods, and terrain that can awe a visitor with its beauty. Wisconsin is also home to a wide variety of flora and fauna living in the diverse landscapes that make up this Midwestern state. Additionally, Wisconsin possesses an increasingly diverse citizenry that has a history of independent mindedness in all aspects of life. This illustrated volume in the Marshall Cavendish "Celebrate the States" series presents Wisconsin in a way that readers will appreciate. The authors of this colorful book touch upon a variety of topics inclusive of state history, geographic keynotes, changing demographics, economic outlooks, and cultural variance. Controversial topics such as the ongoing tensions that periodically surface between Native Americans and other ethnic groups and the difficulties Hmong immigrants sometimes face in Wisconsin are handled in a balanced and thoughtful manner. In addition, a list of famous Wisconsinites and their accomplishments plus a "things to see and do" roster round out this helpful book. Readers interested in Wisconsin, its people, and the varied topography of the state will find this publication to be a useful learning tool.