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From the Backroads of Wisconsin’s Past

Summary by Ground News
The Portage Canal connected the Fox and Wisconsin rivers. It was built in the late 1830s, but funding ran out and the work stopped. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers took over the project in the mid-1870s. Ships, some as large as 300 tons, began passing in 1876 from the Fox to the Wisconsin.

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