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    Vintage Wisconsin Maps
    Wisconsin, also known as the ‘Badger State’ and ‘America’s Dairyland,’ took statehood in 1848. Since then, there have been many beautiful, antique maps created that illustrate its history.

    Our historic map archives have Wisconsin state maps featuring almost every county in the state, including Milwaukee, Dane, Waukesha, Brown, Racine, Outagamie, Winnebago, Kenosha, Rock, and Marathon.Our most commonly requested maps are for the cities of Milwaukee, Madison (the state’s capital), Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, Appleton, Waukesha, Eau Claire, Oshkosh, and Janesville.

    To browse our collection of old Wisconsin maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

    If you are looking for a map for a specific Wisconsin city or region and don't see it on this page, contact us. We would be happy to check our archives.
    About Wisconsin
    Wisconsin is perhaps most well-known for being a leading producer of cheese. About a quarter of America’s cheese comes from the state. And as one of the nation’s leading dairy producers, the United States also gets a fair amount of milk and butter products from Wisconsin.

    The state is also known for its beer brewing history, specifically in Milwaukee, which is the home to Miller and Schlitz. Pabst also once brewed its beers in Milwaukee before shuttering its brewery there in late 2020.

    In other economic sectors, Wisconsin is known for being a major manufacturer of paper products and the United States’ leading producer of ginseng. The state’s largest employers are Wal-Mart, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Milwaukee Public Schools, the U.S. Postal Service, and the Wisconsin Department of Corrections.

    Wisconsin also has a thriving tourism industry. Popular local attractions include the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, and the sprawling estate of famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, located in southwestern Wisconsin. In the summer months, Door County, with its harbors, bays, and quaint villages, is quite popular. As a result, the population of the county grows exponentially in the summer from about 28,000 to 250,000.

    For locals, outdoor recreation is abundant. Wisconsin has a large number of lakes and rivers that attract boaters and anglers. The state is also known for its white-tailed deer hunting and is considered one of the best places in the nation for hunters seeking a trophy buck.

    Famous names hailing from Wisconsin include illusionist Harry Houdini, comedian Chris Farley, actor Mark Ruffalo, and pianist and singer Liberace. In addition, writer Laura Ingalls Wilder, known for writing the “Little House on the Prairie” series (which would later become a popular television series), was born in Wisconsin. A museum was created in her honor in her hometown of Pepin.

    Finally, we have some fun facts to share about Wisconsin. For instance, did you know the first-ever ice cream sundae was served in the state in 1881? Or that someone did the math and determined that it takes on average 100 hours of fishing to catch a 33.4-inch muskie? Or that Barbie’s hometown is in the state? Well, sort of. The iconic doll that originated in the 1950s is from the fictional town of Willows, Wisconsin, where she attended high school.

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    Vintage Wisconsin Maps
    Wisconsin, also known as the ‘Badger State’ and ‘America’s Dairyland,’ took statehood in 1848. Since then, there have been many beautiful, antique maps created that illustrate its history.

    Our historic map archives have Wisconsin state maps featuring almost every county in the state, including Milwaukee, Dane, Waukesha, Brown, Racine, Outagamie, Winnebago, Kenosha, Rock, and Marathon.Our most commonly requested maps are for the cities of Milwaukee, Madison (the state’s capital), Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, Appleton, Waukesha, Eau Claire, Oshkosh, and Janesville.

    To browse our collection of old Wisconsin maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

    If you are looking for a map for a specific Wisconsin city or region and don't see it on this page, contact us. We would be happy to check our archives.
    About Wisconsin
    Wisconsin is perhaps most well-known for being a leading producer of cheese. About a quarter of America’s cheese comes from the state. And as one of the nation’s leading dairy producers, the United States also gets a fair amount of milk and butter products from Wisconsin.

    The state is also known for its beer brewing history, specifically in Milwaukee, which is the home to Miller and Schlitz. Pabst also once brewed its beers in Milwaukee before shuttering its brewery there in late 2020.

    In other economic sectors, Wisconsin is known for being a major manufacturer of paper products and the United States’ leading producer of ginseng. The state’s largest employers are Wal-Mart, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Milwaukee Public Schools, the U.S. Postal Service, and the Wisconsin Department of Corrections.

    Wisconsin also has a thriving tourism industry. Popular local attractions include the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, and the sprawling estate of famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, located in southwestern Wisconsin. In the summer months, Door County, with its harbors, bays, and quaint villages, is quite popular. As a result, the population of the county grows exponentially in the summer from about 28,000 to 250,000.

    For locals, outdoor recreation is abundant. Wisconsin has a large number of lakes and rivers that attract boaters and anglers. The state is also known for its white-tailed deer hunting and is considered one of the best places in the nation for hunters seeking a trophy buck.

    Famous names hailing from Wisconsin include illusionist Harry Houdini, comedian Chris Farley, actor Mark Ruffalo, and pianist and singer Liberace. In addition, writer Laura Ingalls Wilder, known for writing the “Little House on the Prairie” series (which would later become a popular television series), was born in Wisconsin. A museum was created in her honor in her hometown of Pepin.

    Finally, we have some fun facts to share about Wisconsin. For instance, did you know the first-ever ice cream sundae was served in the state in 1881? Or that someone did the math and determined that it takes on average 100 hours of fishing to catch a 33.4-inch muskie? Or that Barbie’s hometown is in the state? Well, sort of. The iconic doll that originated in the 1950s is from the fictional town of Willows, Wisconsin, where she attended high school.

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