Michigan

Summary

Capital
Population
3,668,412 (1920)
749,113 (1860)
2,420,982 (1900)
GDP (nominal)
381,963,000,000 (2007, US$)
People born here
Area
250,493 km² (96716 mi²)
Country
 

Newspaper circulation area

Newspapers
 

Organization scope

Organizations with this scope
 

Literature Subject

Works Written About This Topic
 

Legislative session

Members
1937-01-01 (1939-01-01)
 

Bibs Location

Type
State
Country
Abbreviation
MI
Is clear
no
 

Dated location

Date founded
1837-01-26
 

Fictional Setting

Fictional Characters Born Here
 

Political District

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Elections
 

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Military unit place of origin

Military units
 

Statistical region

Unemployment Rate
2009-11-01 (14)
2009-12-01 (13.9)
2010-01-01 (13.8)
Minimum wage
2012-01-01 (US$, 7.4, Hour)
Religions
? (15, 2002)
Assemblies of God (1, 2002)
Presbyterianism (1, 2002)
 

Location

Geolocation
-85.01 × 43.6867450175
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Events
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Time zone(s)
 

Context name

Nickname
The Wolverine State
The Great Lakes State
Abbreviation
MI
 

Governmental Jurisdiction

Government positions
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Governing officials
 

Administrative Area

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Capital
 

Taxonomy Subject

entry
Library of Congress Classification (F, 561, 575)
 

Flag referent

Flag
Flag of Michigan (1911-06-26)
 

Administrative Division

Capital
Country
Official symbols
American mastodon (State fossil)
American Robin (1931, State bird)
Brook trout (1988, State Fish)
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