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About half of Alabama
Natural resources have always been
important to the economy of Wisconsin. Very early settlers were fur traders, and
the population of the territory expanded quickly when lead was discovered and
began to be mined. By the early 1900s, the lumber industry began to be important
in Wisconsin, and then businesses creating furniture, paper products and wagons.
During the mid-1900s, the economy gradually began to shift away from agriculture
Wisconsin is a leading state in milk and cheese production. Other important farm
products are peas, beans, beets, corn, potatoes, oats, hay, and cranberries. The
chief industrial products of the state are automobiles, machinery, furniture,
paper, beer, and processed foods. Wisconsin ranks second among the 47
paper-producing states. The state's mines produce copper, iron ore, lead, and
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