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List of people from Wisconsin

 

List of people from Wisconsin

This is a list of prominent people from the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The person's hometown is in parentheses.

Contents

  • Art and literature 1
  • Business 2
    • Brewing 2.1
  • Education 3
  • Entertainment 4
    • Film and theatre 4.1
    • Television 4.2
    • Comedy 4.3
    • Music 4.4
  • History 5
  • Military 6
  • Nobel laureates 7
  • Politics and activism 8
  • Religion 9
  • Science, including medicine 10
  • Space exploration 11
  • Sports 12
  • Notorious and infamous Wisconsinites 13
  • Fictional characters 14
  • See also 15
  • References 16

Art and literature

A–G
H–O
P–Z

Business

Brewing

Education

Entertainment

Film and theatre

A–M
N–Z

Television

A–M
N–Z

Comedy

Music

A–M
N–Z

History

George Mosse

Military

A–B
C–E
F–I
J–L
M–O
P–S
T–Z

Nobel laureates

Politics and activism

A–B
C–E
F–I
J–L
M–O
P–S
T–Z

Religion

Science, including medicine

Space exploration

Sports

A–B
C–E
F–G
H–J
K–L
M–O
P–R
S–T
U–Z

Notorious and infamous Wisconsinites

Fictional characters

See also

by educational institution affiliation
by location

References

  1. ^ Walter B. Wriston Archives, Biography
  2. ^ US Department of State (1950). Register. 
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