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On Wisconsin!

On May 29, 1848, the territory of Wisconsin officially became a state. In December, a second state constitutional convention had been held — producing a document less radical than the first, which had been voted down by the people earlier in the year — and soon after the territorial legislature called for a popular vote, by referendum. The measure passed, and Wisconsin became the thirtieth of the United States of America, the last east of the Mississippi to enter into the union.

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