Baraboo, Wisconsin

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assistance of the Ringling family. The Al Ringling home still exists. Located near Baraboo is the Badger Army Ammunition Plant, which was the largest munitions factory in the world during WWII, when it was known as "Badger Ordnance Works". GSA - Badger Site Information The plant is no longer in use. Cirrus Aircraft is the maker of the world's best-selling single-engine aircraft


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-268797 "Travels Without Charley: A beautiful lake and a movie palace await in Baraboo" . ''Pittsburgh Post-Gazette'', October 17, 2010. Retrieved September 10, 2013. The museum previously hosted the Great Circus Parade, which carried circus wagons and performers through the streets of Baraboo, across the state by train, and then through downtown Milwaukee. The Al. Ringling Theatre is a grand scale movie palace in downtown Baraboo, made possible through the financial assistance of the Ringling family. The Al Ringling home still exists. Located near Baraboo is the Badger Army Ammunition Plant, which was the largest munitions factory in the world during WWII, when it was known as "Badger Ordnance Works". GSA - Badger Site Information The plant is no longer in use. Cirrus Aircraft is the maker of the world's best-selling single-engine aircraft, the SR22 (Cirrus SR22), and was the first manufacturer to install a whole-plane parachute recovery system (Cirrus Airframe Parachute System) as a standard on all their aircraft—designed to lower the airplane safely to the ground after a loss of control or structural failure. The company was founded in a rural Baraboo barn in 1984 by brothers Alan and Dale Klapmeier (Klapmeier brothers) to produce the VK-30 (Cirrus VK-30) kit aircraft. The Museum of Flight http: www.museumofflight.org event 2014 may 21 lecture-cirrus-aircraft-ceo-dale-klapmeier Airport Journals http: airportjournals.com 9-the-dream-brothers-alan-and-dale-klapmeier After a few years of designing, they relocated to the Baraboo-Wisconsin Dells Airport and began flight testing, before ultimately moving the company in 1994 to its present-day home in Duluth, MN (Duluth, Minnesota) where they now employ over 800 people. Wisconsin Aviation Hall of Fame - Exciting News From the National Aviation Hall of Fame http: www.wisconsinaviationhalloffame.org blog Geography thumb right Baraboo welcome sign on Wisconsin Highway 33 WIS 33 (File:BarabooWisconsinSignWIS33.jpg). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of Biography Henry Clay Hansbrough was born near Prairie du Rocher, Illinois. Henry Clay, who attended the wedding for his parents Elisha Hansbrough and Sarah Hagan, suggested to them that they name their first son after him, and they did. Dakota Datebook Henry attended the common schools and in 1867 moved to San Jose, California. He learned the art of printing and worked at the trade in San Jose and later at Baraboo, Wisconsin. He moved to Dakota Territory and established the ''Grand Forks News'' in 1881 and the ''Inter-Ocean at Devils Lake'' in 1883. He was mayor of Devils Lake (Devils Lake, North Dakota) from 1885 to 1888 and a member of the Republican National Committee from 1888 to 1896.


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a long account -- interrupted with giggles from the school -- of the side shows he and other boys had been giving every night, I lectured him and drew the moral that if John would put his mind on his lessons as he did on side shows, he might yet become a scholar. Fortunately the scolding had no effect." Rights, marketing and proceeds Upon the sudden popularity of the Terrible Towel, Pittsburgh area department stores sold out all gold and black hand towels. ref name About >

Springs, Wisconsin Rock Springs , North Freedom (North Freedom, Wisconsin), West Baraboo (West Baraboo, Wisconsin) and Baraboo (Baraboo, Wisconsin). It flows into the Wisconsin River from the west, about 3 mi (5 km) south of Portage (Portage, Wisconsin). Sideshow and circus banners first appeared in Europe during the early 1800s. Hung outside shows or booths, they served the same function as that of decorative shop signs, advertising the contents within. At the height

of their popularity from the 1870s to the late 1960s, sideshow banners were strung up at carnivals and travelling shows throughout the world. The American banners are preserved in circus museums in Baraboo, Wisconsin - home to the Ringling Brothers - and Sarasota, Florida and some were auctioned by Sotheby’s in 1981. Other leading sideshow banner artists were Neiman Eisman, Snap Wyatt, Johnny Meah, Mark Frierson and J. Sigler


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, Wisconsin Sauk City , Viroqua (Viroqua, Wisconsin) and Sparta (Sparta, Wisconsin). It was created in 1955 as a split from area code 414, and was the third area code created in Wisconsin. The '''Circus World Museum''' is a large museum complex in Baraboo, Wisconsin devoted to circus-related history. The museum, which features not only circus artifacts and exhibits, but also hosts daily live circus performances throughout the summer, is owned by the Wisconsin Historical


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, Biographical Sketch of David Vittum, pg. 487 *Edwin E. Woodman, Wisconsin State Senator Fictional people *Carl Gerbschmidt, fictional radio personality See also * Badger Army Ammunition Plant * Devil's Lake State Park (Devil's Lake State Park (Wisconsin)) * GRABAAWR Notes


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Baraboo (Baraboo, Wisconsin), Wisconsin La Follette met Belle Case (Belle Case La Follette) while attending the University of Wisconsin, and they married on December 31, 1881, at her family home in Baraboo, Wisconsin. She became a leader in the feminist (feminism) movement, an advocate of women's suffrage and an important influence on the development of La Follette's ideas. La Follette attended law school briefly and passed the bar in 1880. '''Baraboo''' is a town in Sauk County (Sauk County, Wisconsin), Wisconsin, United States. The population was 1,828 at the 2000 census (United States Census 2000). The City of Baraboo (Baraboo, Wisconsin) is located mostly within the town. The unincorporated community of Crawford Crossing (Crawford Crossing, Wisconsin) is located in the town. * Frank Caliendo (born 1974), comedian (Waukesha (Waukesha, Wisconsin)) * Randy Chestnut (born 1971), comedian (Baraboo (Baraboo, Wisconsin), Madison (Madison, Wisconsin)) * Chris Farley (1964–1997), comedian (Madison (Madison, Wisconsin)) '''Lake Wisconsin''' is a reservoir on the Wisconsin River in southern Wisconsin in the United States. http: www.wisconsinslakes.com columbia_county_lakes.html It is located in Columbia (Columbia County, Wisconsin) and Sauk (Sauk County, Wisconsin) counties, approximately 5 mi (8 km) southeast of Baraboo (Baraboo, Wisconsin) and 25 mi (40 km) NNW of Madison (Madison, Wisconsin). Today it is home to the Wisconsin wine appellation of the Lake Wisconsin AVA. The tribe operates six casinos in Wisconsin: Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells (Ho-Chunk Casino) in Baraboo (Baraboo, Wisconsin), Ho-Chunk Gaming Black River Falls in Black River Falls (Black River Falls, Wisconsin), Ho-Chunk Gaming Black River Falls Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa in Nekoosa (Nekoosa, Wisconsin), Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa Ho-Chunk Gaming Wittenberg in Wittenberg (Wittenberg, Wisconsin), Ho-Chunk Gaming Wittenberg Ho-Chunk Gaming Tomah in Tomah (Tomah, Wisconsin), and Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison in Madison (Madison, Wisconsin). "Wisconsin Indian Casinos." ''500 Nations'' . Retrieved 21 June 2010. In 1882, before the Ringling Brothers created their first circus, the 5 brothers performed skits and juggling routines in town halls around the state of Wisconsin. They called this the "Ringling Brothers' Classic and Comic Concert Company" and used the money earned for suits. The Ringling Brothers Circus began their first circus in 1884 in Baraboo, Wisconsin and united with a famous showman named Yankee Robinson. Using the title "Yankee Robinson and Ringling Brothers", the Ringling Bros. and Yankee Robinson went through the midwest performing their one ring circus. The season went well for the Ringling Brothers, but unfortunately, Yankee Robinson died in Jefferson, Iowa on September 4th, 1884, before the circus season ended. logo_width 150px location E11376 Shady Lane Rd, Baraboo (Baraboo, Wisconsin), Wisconsin, 53913, USA (United States) area Biography Henry Clay Hansbrough was born near Prairie du Rocher, Illinois. Henry Clay, who attended the wedding for his parents Elisha Hansbrough and Sarah Hagan, suggested to them that they name their first son after him, and they did. Dakota Datebook Henry attended the common schools and in 1867 moved to San Jose, California. He learned the art of printing and worked at the trade in San Jose and later at Baraboo, Wisconsin. He moved to Dakota Territory and established the ''Grand Forks News'' in 1881 and the ''Inter-Ocean at Devils Lake'' in 1883. He was mayor of Devils Lake (Devils Lake, North Dakota) from 1885 to 1888 and a member of the Republican National Committee from 1888 to 1896.


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in two colors: Gold and Black. The current manufacturer of the Towel is McArthur Towel & Sports Co., in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Biography Henry Clay Hansbrough was born near Prairie du Rocher, Illinois. Henry Clay, who attended the wedding for his parents Elisha Hansbrough and Sarah Hagan, suggested to them that they name their first son after him, and they did. Dakota Datebook Henry attended the common schools and in 1867 moved to San Jose, California. He learned the art of printing and worked at the trade in San Jose and later at Baraboo, Wisconsin. He moved to Dakota Territory and established the ''Grand Forks News'' in 1881 and the ''Inter-Ocean at Devils Lake'' in 1883. He was mayor of Devils Lake (Devils Lake, North Dakota) from 1885 to 1888 and a member of the Republican National Committee from 1888 to 1896.


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Robinson. Using the title "Yankee Robinson and Ringling Brothers", the Ringling Bros. and Yankee Robinson went through the midwest performing their one ring circus. The season went well for the Ringling Brothers, but unfortunately, Yankee Robinson died in Jefferson, Iowa on September 4th, 1884, before the circus season ended. logo_width 150px location E11376 Shady Lane Rd, Baraboo (Baraboo, Wisconsin), Wisconsin, 53913, USA (United States) area

law in Baraboo, Wisconsin from 1900 until his nomination by President Woodrow Wilson on May 1, 1916, to a seat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit vacated by William Henry Seaman. He was confirmed by the United States Senate on May 10, 1916, and received his commission the same day. After 1936 he was the court's senior active judge (the title "chief judge" was created for the senior judge of a circuit


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Court of Appeals just after his death), and after 1939 he was the longest-serving active circuit judge in the nation. His record as longest-serving active judge on the Seventh Circuit stood for fifty years. http: www.wisconsinhistory.org dictionary index.asp?action view&term_id 1318&search_term evans The '''Al. Ringling Theatre''' in Baraboo, Wisconsin opened its doors in November, 1915 and has been operating continuously ever since. Designed by the architectural firm Rapp and Rapp, it was built by Albert Ringling, one of the circus Ringling Brothers, for $100,000. Over the years, it has featured performances from vaudeville and silent movies to grand opera starring such notables as Lionel Barrymore and Mary Pickford. * Alfred Theodore "Alf" Ringling (1861–1919) * Charles Edward "Charley" Ringling (Charles Edward Ringling) (1863–1926); also listed birth year 1864 Biography Henry Clay Hansbrough was born near Prairie du Rocher, Illinois. Henry Clay, who attended the wedding for his parents Elisha Hansbrough and Sarah Hagan, suggested to them that they name their first son after him, and they did. Dakota Datebook Henry attended the common schools and in 1867 moved to San Jose, California. He learned the art of printing and worked at the trade in San Jose and later at Baraboo, Wisconsin. He moved to Dakota Territory and established the ''Grand Forks News'' in 1881 and the ''Inter-Ocean at Devils Lake'' in 1883. He was mayor of Devils Lake (Devils Lake, North Dakota) from 1885 to 1888 and a member of the Republican National Committee from 1888 to 1896.


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. Joseph's Catholic School, which serves pre-K through sixth grade; St. John's Lutheran School, serving pre-K through eighth grade; and Community Christian School, serving 4K through high school. A campus of the University of Wisconsin–Baraboo Sauk County (known to local residents as "Boo-U") is located in Baraboo. It is one of the University

Baraboo, Wisconsin

'''Baraboo''' (Hoocąk (Winnebago language): '''Hoguc eja''' title Locations work Hoocąk Waaziija Haci Language Division, A Division of The Ho-Chunk Nation accessdate 2014-04-06 url http: hocak.info mysite HTM%20All Locations.htm ) is a city in and the county seat of Sauk County (Sauk County, Wisconsin), Wisconsin, United States. The largest city in the county, Baraboo is the principal city of the Baraboo Micropolitan Statistical Area. Its 2010 population was 12,048. It is situated on the Baraboo River.

Baraboo is home to the Circus World Museum, the former headquarters and winter home of the Ringling Brothers circus. The Al. Ringling Theatre is an active landmark in the city. Baraboo is also near Devil's Lake State Park (Devil's Lake State Park (Wisconsin)), the International Crane Foundation, and Aldo Leopold's Shack and Farm (Aldo Leopold Shack and Farm).

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