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TOTAL ECLIPSE OVER WISCONSIN JUNE 30, 1954

August 21, 2017

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The last total eclipse to draw a line across some part of Wisconsin happened on June 30, 1954. The place to be was in the far northwest section of the state. Wisconsin residents south of a line from Pine City , Minn to Solon Springs, Wi and north of a parallel line from Hastings ,Minn to Ladysmith, Wi were in the 70 mile wide path of 100% obscurity. Hudson, Minong, Spooner, Mercer, Clam Falls, Hayward, Cable, Ashland and Mellen were the places to be. The entire state celebrated. Large gatherings were reported in partial eclipse cities like La Crosse, De Pere, Eau Claire and Manitow