From Ouisconsin to Wisconsin--1632 to 1998


Connections with French and Francophone cultures are indelibly traced on our map full of French place names: Towns and counties: Allouez, Argonne, Aux Plein, Baraboo, Belmont, Beloit, Bois Brulé, Brule, Butte des Morts, Calumet, De Pere, Des Plaines, Durand, Eau Claire, Eau Galle, Fond du Lac, Juneau, Fond du Lac, Juneau, La Crosse, Lac Courtes Oreilles, Lac du Flambeau, Lafayette, Lambeau Field, Langlade, Little Chute, Lost Dauphin, Marinette, Marquette, Montreal, Pepin, Platte, Portage, Porte des Morts, Prairie, Prairie du Chien, Prairie du Sac, Racine, St. Cloud, St. Croix, St. Croix Falls, Superior, Tomah, Trempealeau, Vieux Desert, etc.

--In our history books: Nicolet, Radisson, Groselliers, Cadillac, Perrot, Joliet, Marquette, Hennepin, La Salle, Duluth, Louvigny, Lignery, Langlade, Mirandeau, Vieau, Juneau, etc.

--In our telephone books: scores of Beaumont, Briquelet, Cadotte, Carbonneaux, Chevalier, Crotteau, Ducharme, Durocher, Ecuyer, Favre, Gardinier, Gauthier, Grignon, Jourdain, Juneau, La Croix, Langlade, La Violette, Nicolet, Porlier, Provençalle, Renard, Vieau, etc.


[Cow with fleur de lys spots] Webmaster Ken Fleurant
University of Wisconsin--Green Bay
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311
fleurank@uwgb.edu
last update 6/19/97