Wisconsin Magazine of History, Volume 5
Milo Milton Quaife, Joseph Schafer, Edward Porter Alexander
State Historical Society of Wisconsin., 1922
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Halaman 24 - I hereby acknowledge the receipt of the Joint Resolution of the Legislature of the State of Wisconsin, ratifying the proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States extending the right of suffrage to women, which was delivered by special messenger, DG James, on June 13, 1919, and is the first ratification of the amendment which has been received.
Halaman 138 - ... thirty men were sworn in on each side. The ground in dispute was so situated that it was best worked in partnership, and thirty claims of the ordinary size took up all the territory in dispute. So here were two rival and resolute companies ready to begin work, and no law whatever to prevent a pitched battle. It began to look very much like fighting. Men were asked to take sides and bring their bowies, revolvers, and shotguns. The two opposing parties took up their stations on the banks of the...
Halaman 109 - says that "such have been the changes in the flow of the Milwaukee river, even while the area from which it receives its supply is but partially cleared, that the proprietors of most of the mills and factories have found it necessary to resort to the use of steam, at a largely increased yearly cost, to supply the deficiency of water-power in dry seasons of the year.
Halaman 357 - They have a particular way to gather up that graine. Two takes a boat and two sticks, by which they gett the eare downe and gett the corne out of it. Their boat being full, they bring it to a fitt place to dry it, and that is their food for the most part of the winter...
Halaman 387 - It to be lifted up by the strength of arm, and cast into the depths of the riv4"\ to appear no more. After one has passed these ways, equally rough and dangerous, as a recompense for all these difficulties which one has to overcome, we enter into the most beautiful country that can ever be seen. I have searched repeatedly for the idol thus mentioned, particularly when the river was low or the water shut off entirely, but so far unsuccessfully. I hope some day to be able to find it. Kaukauna must...
Halaman 109 - ... river, even while the area from which it receives its supply is but partially cleared, that the proprietors of most of the mills and factories have found it necessary to resort to the use of steam, at a largely increased yearly cost, to supply the deficiency of water-power in dry seasons of the year. The floods of spring are increased until they are sufficient to carry away bridges and dams before deemed secure against their ravages. What has happened to the Milwaukee river has happened to all...
Halaman 53 - We take no pride in writing it all ourselves," says one struggling editor,1 a few months after his prospectus2 has dwelt on the wide scope of his magazine, and the long list of able contributors whose aid was assured. His experience was that of the majority. Calls for contributions were so frequent that the ingenuity of the editor was taxed to devise new wordings. Gentlemen whose early opportunities had been neglected were urged to send in their productions with the assurance that details of spelling...
Halaman 50 - THE PRESENCE OF GOD. O THOU, who fling'st so fair a robe Of clouds around the hills untrod — Those mountain-pillars of the globe, Whose peaks sustain thy throne, O God ! All glittering round the sunset skies, Their trembling folds are lightly...
Halaman 386 - We entered into the river which leads to the Machkoutenech (Mascoutins), called Fire Nation. This is a very beautiful river, without rapids or portages ; it flows to the southwest. Along this river are numerous nations : Oumami (Miami), Kikabou (Kickapoo), Machkouteng (Mascoutins), &c.