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* Michigan is comprised of&nbsp;an Upper Peninsula&nbsp;and Lower Peninsula,&nbsp;with shoreline longer than every other state except Alaska. The peninsulas are surrounded by the Great Lakes: Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Erie, Lake Huron and Lake Ontario, the largest freshwater lakes in the world.
 
* Michigan is comprised of&nbsp;an Upper Peninsula&nbsp;and Lower Peninsula,&nbsp;with shoreline longer than every other state except Alaska. The peninsulas are surrounded by the Great Lakes: Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Erie, Lake Huron and Lake Ontario, the largest freshwater lakes in the world.
* Many famous and interesting people grew up in Michigan. Henry Ford grew up there. He was the inventor of the automobile. The first automobile was driven in Michigan. President Gerald Ford and Thomas Edison grew up in Michigan. Charles Lindburgh lived in Michigan.
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=== Welcome to Michigan, The Wolverine State ===
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'Michigan' comes from the Indian word for Lake Superior, 'Michigamee' or variants of that word.
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'Michigan' comes from the Indian word for Lake Superior, 'Michigamee' or variants of that word.  
  
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*'''[http://www.accessgenealogy.com/michigan/1894_state_census.htm 1894 Michigan State Census]''''''<br>'''This document lists the names by ward, township, and county of United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894. The information was extracted from the 1894 Michigan State Census. Since the 1890 federal census was destroyed in a fire, researchers can use this list of names as an additional tool beyond the census, to document their ancestors whereabouts during the 1890's. There are approximately 50,000 names provided.
  
* '''[http://www.accessgenealogy.com/michigan/1894_state_census.htm 1894 Michigan State Census]''''''<br>'''This document lists the names by ward, township, and county of United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894. The information was extracted from the 1894 Michigan State Census. Since the 1890 federal census was destroyed in a fire, researchers can use this list of names as an additional tool beyond the census, to document their ancestors whereabouts during the 1890's. There are approximately 50,000 names provided.
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=== Counties  ===
  
== Counties  ==
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*[[Clinton County, Michigan|Clinton]]  
 
*[[Clinton County, Michigan|Clinton]]  
 
*[[Crawford County, Michigan|Crawford]]  
 
*[[Crawford County, Michigan|Crawford]]  
*[[Delta County, Michigan|Delta]]  
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*[[Delta County, Michigan|Delta]]
  
 
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*[[Dickinson County, Michigan|Dickinson]]
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*[[Dickinson County, Michigan|Dickinson]]  
 
*[[Eaton County, Michigan|Eaton]]  
 
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*[[Emmet County, Michigan|Emmet]]  
 
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*[[Kalkaska County, Michigan|Kalkaska]]  
 
*[[Kalkaska County, Michigan|Kalkaska]]  
 
*[[Kent County, Michigan|Kent]]  
 
*[[Kent County, Michigan|Kent]]  
*[[Keweenaw County, Michigan|Keweenaw]]  
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*[[Keweenaw County, Michigan|Keweenaw]]
  
 
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*[[Lake County, Michigan|Lake]]  
 
*[[Lake County, Michigan|Lake]]  
*[[Lapeer County, Michigan|Lapeer]]
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*[[Lapeer County, Michigan|Lapeer]]  
 
*[[Leelanau County, Michigan|Leelanau]]  
 
*[[Leelanau County, Michigan|Leelanau]]  
 
*[[Lenawee County, Michigan|Lenawee]]  
 
*[[Lenawee County, Michigan|Lenawee]]  
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*[[Muskegon County, Michigan|Muskegon]]  
 
*[[Muskegon County, Michigan|Muskegon]]  
 
*[[Newaygo County, Michigan|Newaygo]]  
 
*[[Newaygo County, Michigan|Newaygo]]  
*[[Oakland County, Michigan|Oakland]]  
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*[[Oakland County, Michigan|Oakland]]
  
 
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*[[Oceana County, Michigan|Oceana]]  
 
*[[Oceana County, Michigan|Oceana]]  
 
*[[Ogemaw County, Michigan|Ogemaw]]  
 
*[[Ogemaw County, Michigan|Ogemaw]]  
*[[Ontonagon County, Michigan|Ontonagon]]
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*[[Ontonagon County, Michigan|Ontonagon]]  
 
*[[Osceola County, Michigan|Osceola]]  
 
*[[Osceola County, Michigan|Osceola]]  
 
*[[Oscoda County, Michigan|Oscoda]]  
 
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Extinct or Renamed Counties: <br>[[Aishcum County, Michigan|Aishcum]] | [[Anamickee County, Michigan|Anamickee]] | [[Bleeker County, Michigan|Bleeker]] | [[Brown County, Michigan|Brown]] | [[Cheonoquet County, Michigan|Cheonoquet]] | [[Des Moines County, Michigan|Des Moines]] | [[Dubuque County, Michigan|Dubuque]] | [[Forest County, Michigan|Forest]] | [[Iowa County, Michigan|Iowa]] | [[Isle Royal County, Michigan|Isle Royal]] | [[Kanotin County, Michigan|Kanotin]] | [[Kautawaubet County, Michigan|Kautawaubet]] | [[Kaykakee County, Michigan|Kaykakee]] | [[Keskkauko County, Michigan|Keskkauko]] | [[Manitou County, Michigan|Manitou]] | [[Meegisee County, Michigan|Meegisee]] | [[Michilimackinac County, Michigan|Michilimackinac]] | [[Mikenauk County, Michigan|Mikenauk]] | [[Neewago County, Michigan|Neewago]] | [[Notipekago County, Michigan|Notipekago]] | [[Okkuddo County, Michigan|Okkuddo]] | [[Omeena County, Michigan|Omeena]] | [[Shawano County, Michigan|Shawano]] | [[Tonedagana County, Michigan|Tonedagana]] | [[Unwattin County, Michigan|Unwattin]] | [[Wabassee County, Michigan|Wabassee]] | [[Washington County, Michigan|Washington]] | [[Wyandot County, Michigan|Wyandot]]
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'''Extinct or Renamed Counties:''' [[Aishcum County, Michigan|Aishcum]] | [[Anamickee County, Michigan|Anamickee]] | [[Bleeker County, Michigan|Bleeker]] | [[Brown County, Michigan|Brown]] | [[Cheonoquet County, Michigan|Cheonoquet]] | [[Des Moines County, Michigan|Des Moines]] | [[Dubuque County, Michigan|Dubuque]] | [[Forest County, Michigan|Forest]] | [[Iowa County, Michigan|Iowa]] | [[Isle Royal County, Michigan|Isle Royal]] | [[Kanotin County, Michigan|Kanotin]] | [[Kautawaubet County, Michigan|Kautawaubet]] | [[Kaykakee County, Michigan|Kaykakee]] | [[Keskkauko County, Michigan|Keskkauko]] | [[Manitou County, Michigan|Manitou]] | [[Meegisee County, Michigan|Meegisee]] | [[Michilimackinac County, Michigan|Michilimackinac]] | [[Mikenauk County, Michigan|Mikenauk]] | [[Neewago County, Michigan|Neewago]] | [[Notipekago County, Michigan|Notipekago]] | [[Okkuddo County, Michigan|Okkuddo]] | [[Omeena County, Michigan|Omeena]] | [[Shawano County, Michigan|Shawano]] | [[Tonedagana County, Michigan|Tonedagana]] | [[Unwattin County, Michigan|Unwattin]] | [[Wabassee County, Michigan|Wabassee]] | [[Washington County, Michigan|Washington]] | [[Wyandot County, Michigan|Wyandot]]  
  
 
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*[http://www.accessgenealogy.com/michigan/ '''Michigan Links''']  
 
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*[http://mymichigangenealogy.com/index.htm Family History 101 - My Michigan Genealogy] contains Michigan state history, links to counties and county histories, where to find records in each county and online links.&nbsp;
 
*[http://mymichigangenealogy.com/index.htm Family History 101 - My Michigan Genealogy] contains Michigan state history, links to counties and county histories, where to find records in each county and online links.&nbsp;
  
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Did You Know?
* Michigan is comprised of an Upper Peninsula and Lower Peninsula, with shoreline longer than every other state except Alaska. The peninsulas are surrounded by the Great Lakes: Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Erie, Lake Huron and Lake Ontario, the largest freshwater lakes in the world.
  • Many famous and interesting people grew up in Michigan. Henry Ford grew up there. He was the inventor of the automobile. The first automobile was driven in Michigan. President Gerald Ford and Thomas Edison grew up in Michigan. Charles Lindburgh lived in Michigan.
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Welcome to Michigan, The Wolverine State

Michigan.png Michigan flag.png

'Michigan' comes from the Indian word for Lake Superior, 'Michigamee' or variants of that word.

Featured Content

  • '1894 Michigan State Census'
    This document lists the names by ward, township, and county of United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894. The information was extracted from the 1894 Michigan State Census. Since the 1890 federal census was destroyed in a fire, researchers can use this list of names as an additional tool beyond the census, to document their ancestors whereabouts during the 1890's. There are approximately 50,000 names provided.

Counties

Extinct or Renamed Counties: Aishcum | Anamickee | Bleeker | Brown | Cheonoquet | Des Moines | Dubuque | Forest | Iowa | Isle Royal | Kanotin | Kautawaubet | Kaykakee | Keskkauko | Manitou | Meegisee | Michilimackinac | Mikenauk | Neewago | Notipekago | Okkuddo | Omeena | Shawano | Tonedagana | Unwattin | Wabassee | Washington | Wyandot

Research Tools

Things you can do

In order to make this wiki a better research tool, we need your help! Many tasks need to be done. You can help by: