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In honor of Labor Day, we're celebrating the working men and women of Wisconsin. Over the years, we’ve featured a blacksmith, Wisconsin’s first female brewmaster, an ironworker as well as other dedicated labors of love.

Feeling the need for a little perspective? Check out this piece by Milwaukee historian John Gurda on working conditions for iron mill workers in 19th century Milwaukee.

We are also gearing up for a new season of the Wisconsin Life TV show with our host Angela Fitzgerald. To get you ready, we thought we'd quiz you on some of the locations we've visited this summer. Find out how well you know Wisconsin by taking the quiz below!

- Your Wisconsin Life team
How Well Do You Know Wisconsin?
Take our photo quiz to find out!
We've been exploring the state with TV host Angela Fitzgerald this summer. Can you correctly identify some of the locations you'll see this season?

Check your answers below.
1.  In which city is Wisconsin's only outdoor velodrome located?

A. Racine 
B. Madison
C. Kenosha
D. Eau Claire 
2. This mural celebrating Wisconsin poet Lorine Niedecker is located in what city?

A. La Crosse
B. Fort Atkinson 
C. Milwaukee
D. Chippewa Falls  
3. This rock formation in this Wisconsin State Park is home to Native American petroglyphs. 

A. Roche-A-Cri State Park 
B. Copper Culture State Park 
C. Wildcat Mountain State Park
D. Perrot State Park 
4. This pavilion was a gift to the University of Wisconsin-Madison from the Thai Government and the Thai Chapter of the Wisconsin Alumni Association. It now resides here.  

A. Rotary Botanical Gardens in Janesville  
B. Boerner Botanical Gardens in Hales Corners
C. Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison
D. Monk Botanical Gardens in Wausau
#1 - C. Kenosha; #2  - B. Fort Atkinson; #3 - A. Roche-A-Cri;  #4 - C. Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison
Have you seen?
Allen Johnson is working his dream job tending the turf at Lambeau Field. See it what it takes to prepare the field for game day!
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Have you heard?

Nature and writing have a long history. Rebekah Morrisson is following in that tradition building worlds with her words and trails with her physical labor.
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Something About A Flower
Rose and Tina have the week off but you can catch up on the story about a multi-generational family from creator Rodney Lambright II here. 
Read SAAF Here
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