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Brewing Bigger Beer: The Rise of Midwest Breweries into Industry Leaders
This thesis examines the rise of American Midwestern breweries from 1870 to 1940, a period when these companies became the largest breweries in America. These years are important in the expansion of the breweries in the ...
Deep Clean: The Deep Tunnel Project and Water Quality in Milwaukee
The Milwaukee Deep Tunnel Project was implemented in 1994 to take in overflow from the Metro-Milwaukee sewer system after the current sewer system was deemed incapable of holding water brought in by heavy rainfall events. ...
Quantifying Urbanization and Fragmentation of Agricultural and Forested Lands in Kenosha County 1988-2008
Kenosha County’s proximity to Milwaukee and Chicago limited industry to manufacturing in the 20th century. In the past two decades Kenosha has increased its role in commercial economy. This resulted in changes in land use ...
Mapping Crime: Exploring Spatial Patterns of Robbery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Crime and socio-demographics have been shown in previous research to be related to one another. This research investigates spatial patterns of robbery and links robberies and socio-demographics in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for ...