Wisconsin's economy also diversified during the early years of statehood. While lead mining diminished, agriculture became a principal occupation in the southern half of the state. Railroads were built across the state to help transport grains to market, and industries like J.I. Case & Company in Racine were founded to build agricultural equipment.
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Aug 22, 2020 · Category:Wisconsin. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository ... Wikipedia Wikiquote ... Economy of Wisconsin (25 C, 11 F)
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