- a port in SE Wisconsin, on Lake Michigan.
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A former superintendent of Milwaukee schools, he is now a Distinguished Professor of Education at Marquette University.Dr. Howard Fuller's Injustice Education
December 21, 2014
Eleven children under the age of 13 have been shot in the city of Milwaukee so far this year.11 Children Shot in Milwaukee, One in Her Grandpa's Lap
November 12, 2014
The Orioles had won thirty-three of forty-three games, to tie Milwaukee for first place on the season's next-to-last day.
On a hot day in Milwaukee once, Palmer quietly asked the assembled admirers, "Mind if I take off my jacket?"
Several cities, including Washington D.C. and Milwaukee, cancelled planned performances by the group.A Brief History of the Phrase 'F*ck the Police'
August 23, 2014
It couldn't be that she was the daughter of Mrs. Schumann of Milwaukee?Mixed Faces
This was probably due to the fact that little is known of Milwaukee in the South.
Milwaukee Coke & Gas Co., employment of negro labor, 113-115.
This migration to Milwaukee caused a number of difficulties.
The office is in the depot building of the Detroit and Milwaukee Railway.Old Mackinaw
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- a port in SE Wisconsin, on Lake Michigan: the largest city in the state; established as a trading post in the 18th century; an important industrial centre. Pop: 586 941 (2003 est)
Largest city in Wisconsin.
Known for its breweries.
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