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Manitowoc(măn'ĭtəwŏk`), industrial city (1990 pop. 32,520), seat of Manitowoc co., E Wis., a port of entry on Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Manitowoc River; inc. 1870. Its shipbuilding industry dates from 1847; submarines were made there in World War II. Among the city's varied manufactures are electrical and transportation equipment, malt, foods, toys, metal products, and yachts. The North West Company established a trading post on the site in 1795. Manitowoc and its twin city, Two RiversTwo Rivers,
city (1990 pop. 13,030), Manitowoc co., E Wis., on Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Twin River; inc. 1878. Two Rivers is closely associated with its twin city, Manitowoc, both of which are highly industrialized.
..... Click the link for more information. , were founded in 1836. Silver Lake College of the Holy Family and a maritime museum are located in the city.
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