Michigan

Michigan became the 26th state on January 26, 1837. Lansing is the state capital. There are currently 83 counties each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

A – L

Alcona County / Alger County / Allegan County Alpena County / Antrim County / Arenac County / Baraga County / Barry County / Bay County / Benzie County / Berrien County / Branch County / Calhoun County / Cass County / Charlevoix County / Cheboygan County / Chippewa County / Clare County / Clinton County / Crawford County / Delta County / Dickinson County / Eaton County / Emmet County / Genesee County / Gladwin County / Gogebic County / Grand Traverse County / Gratiot County / Hillsdale County / Houghton County / Huron County / Ingham County / Ionia County / Iosco County / Iron County / Isabella County / Jackson County / Kalamazoo County / Kalkaska County / Kent County / Keweenaw County / Lake County / Lapeer County / Leelanau County / Lenawee County / Livingston County / Luce County 

M – W

Mackinac County / Macomb County / Manistee County / Marquette County / Mason County / Mecosta County / Menominee County / Midland County / Missaukee County / Monroe County / Montcalm County / Montmorency County / Muskegon County / Newaygo County / Oakland County / Oceana County / Ogemaw County / Ontonagon County / Osceola County / Oscoda County / Otsego County / Ottawa County / Presque Isle County / Roscommon County / Saginaw County / Sanilac County / Schoolcraft County / Shiawassee County / St. Clair County / St. Joseph CountyTuscola County / Van Buren County / Washtenaw County / Wayne County / Wexford County

 

Michigan Supreme Court

 

 

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State Capitol – Lansing

 

 

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Governor Mansion – Lansing