|WikiProject Wisconsin||(Rated Portal-class)|
|To-do list for Portal:Wisconsin:|
Purpose: to get Portal:Wisconsin featured
(see Portal:Utah for an example)
Please use Portal:Wisconsin/Nominate/Selected article for new entries.
- Attacks at Fort Blue Mounds (new GA)
- Aurora Health Care (GA)
- Battle of Wisconsin Heights (GA)
Canadian Pacific Railway (current operator of the former Milwaukee Road line from Milwaukee to La Crosse) (FA)Posted
- Garbage (band) (GA)
- George F. Kennan (FA)
- McCarthyism (GA)
MilwaukeePosted USS Wisconsin (BB-64) (FA)Posted
- Xanadu House (FA)
Please use Portal:Wisconsin/Nominate/Selected biography for new entries.
Alan Kulwicki (GA)Posted
- August Derleth
- Ben Hecht
- Billy Mitchell
Brett Favre (GA)Posted
- Charles King (general)
- Deke Slayton
- Don L. Johnson
Dwyane Wade (GA)Posted Frank Lloyd WrightPosted Golda MeirPosted Joseph McCarthy (GA)Posted Jim LovellPosted
- Lorine Niedecker
Oscar Robertson (GA)Posted
- Reginald Lisowski
Robert M. La Follette, Sr.Posted
- Stephen Ambrose
- Sterling North
William Rehnquist (GA)Posted
Did You Know
Please use Portal:Wisconsin/Nominate/DYK for new entries.
- ...that the Eagle River, Wisconsin is known as the "Snowmobile Capital of the World" because it hosts the World Championship Snowmobile Derby?
- ...that Carrie Jacobs-Bond's song "I Love You Truly" was the first million selling song to be written by a woman?
- ...that the Peshtigo Fire Museum features an intact tabernacle, one of the few items to survive the deadliest natural fire in United States history?
- ...that Discovery World features a fully-functional sailing vessel modeled after a 19th century Great Lakes schooner?
- ...that Eleva, Wisconsin was originally named "New Chicago", but the village's grain elevator had the letters "ELEVA" painted on it before winter struck, and newcomers assumed the letters was the name of the village?
- ...that Little House Wayside site, on the lot where Laura Ingalls Wilder was born, features a replica of the house that was featured in her book Little House in the Big Woods?
- ...that the Crandon International Off-Road Raceway hosts the "World Championship Off-Road Races"?
- ...that the Hearthstone House became the first residence in the world to be lit by a centrally located hydroelectric station using the Edison system?
- ...that U.S. Route 10 crosses Lake Michigan into Michigan via the S.S. Badger, and that for a while it was the only car ferry crossing the Great Lakes?
- ...that Rhinelander named its high school sports teams "The Hodags" after a fictional animal?
- ...that America's Black Holocaust Museum in Milwaukee is the only memorial dedicated specifically to the victims of the enslavement of Africans in the United States.
- ...that the modern typewriter with its QWERTY key layout was invented at a machine shop in Milwaukee?
- ...that the U.S. Bank Center stands 601 feet high and is the tallest building in the state?
- ...that the movie Back to School starring Rodney Dangerfield was filmed on the campus of University of Wisconsin-Madison?
- ...that "On, Wisconsin!" is the official state song as well as the fight song of the University of Wisconsin-Madison athletic teams?
- ...that the EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin provides visitors with rides in an 80-year-old biplane?
- ...that on a clear day visitors to Holy Hill can view the Milwaukee skyline, located 30 miles (48 km) away?
- ...that the Brothertown Indians were the first tribe of Native Americans in the United States to become United States citizens, which caused the tribe to relinquish their tribal sovereignty?
- ...that the tallest flagpole in the United States was raised at Acuity Insurance in 2005 after a 2003 flagpole fell?
- ...that the Peshtigo Fire has the distinction of being the deadliest fire in the United States, but it was largely forgotten because it happened on the same day as the 1871 Great Chicago Fire?
- ...that two-time defending NASCAR championship car owner Carl Kiekhaefer quit his racing activities because he was worried about a backlash to his company?
Please use Portal:Wisconsin/Nominate/Selected picture for new entries.
- Image:Capitol Madison, WI.jpg, failed featured image candidate (or another image of the state capitol building)
- One of the images from the Milwaukee Art Museum or its category on Commons 
- Image:MIller Park May 25 2005.jpg
- Image:Lambeau Field panorama.jpg
- Image:OcontoRiver1.jpg, If I'm vain for nominating a picture that I took, then don't use.
- To not be vain, I'll point out that there are many other commons images, nearly all taken in Wisconsin, by User:Royalbroil 
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