Sugarbush Hill which you see across the valley is one of the highest points in the northern highland geological province. This province, which includes some 15,000 square miles in northern Wisconsin, is underlain by the crystalline rock on an . . . — — Map (db m33686) HM
In 1927 this tract of land was purchased for the Laona School Forest, the first in Wisconsin and the United States. It was dedicated April 22, 1928.
Motivated by the suggestion of Dean H.L. Russell, of the College of Agriculture, University of . . . — — Map (db m33539) HM
This is the home of the Sokoagon Band of the Chippewa tribe. According to tradition handed down from one generation to the next, the first chief of the Band was Getshee Ki-ji-wa-be-she-shi, or the Great Marten.
Each summer the Sokoagon Band . . . — — Map (db m33479) HM