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Laubusch WI Chap 6-1

Wisconsin Chapter 6 Lesson 2 Vocabulary

Economy The way people use their resources to make, see, buy, and use goods and services.
James Stout Owner of a Wisconsin lumber business, which became the largest lumber company in the United States. Used his money to start a school in Menomonie.
Grant Land that was given for free.
Canal A waterway made by people.
James Doty Received credit for pushing Wisconsin to become a territory. He was later elected a senator.
Industrialization The change from farming and small businesses to many factories
Henry Dodge He came to Wisconsin and made a place for himself in the rough world of lead mining.
Temporary Something that lasts only for a while.
Frederick Wyerhauser Another owner of a Wisconsin lumber business, received timberlands from the U.S. government.
Timberlands Forest land.
Created by: blaubusch