Outline of Michigan


Outline of Michigan
The location of the state of Michigan in the United States of America

The following outline provides an overview of and topical guide to the U.S. state of Michigan:

MichiganU.S. state located in the Great Lakes Region of the United States of America, comprising two penninsulas.

Contents

General reference

  • Names
  • Postal symbol: MI
  • ISO 3166-2 code: US-MI
  • Internet second-level domain: .mi.us
    • Nicknames
      • The Great Lakes State (previously used on license plates)
      • Pure Michigan (currently used to promote tourism and on highway signs)
      • Spectacular Peninsulas (currently used on license plates)
      • Mitten State
      • Winter Water Wonderland (previously used on license plates)
      • Wolverine State[1]
      • The Birthplace of Automotives
  • Adjectival: Michigan
  • Demonyms
    • Most common:
    • Less common:
      • Michiganite
      • Michiganer

Geography of Michigan

An enlargeable map of the State of Michigan
  • Michigan is: a US state, a federal state of the United States of America
  • Population: 9,883,640 (2010), 8th in the U.S.[2]
  • Size: 96,716 sq miles (250,493 km2), 11th in the U.S., width: 386 miles (621 km), length: 456 miles (734 km), 41.5% water

Location of Michigan

Location: 41° 41' N to 48° 18' N latitude, 82° 7' W to 90° 25' W longitude

Demography of Michigan

Environment of Michigan

Natural geographic features of Michigan

Places in Michigan

Regions of Michigan

Great Lakes region
Midwest region
Upper Peninsula
Lower Peninsula Regions

Government and politics of Michigan

Branches of the government of Michigan

Military in Michigan

Local government in Michigan

An enlargeable map of the 83 counties of the State of Michigan

Laws in Michigan

Law enforcement in Michigan

History of Michigan

Historic locations in Michigan

Historical libraries, societies and museums in Michigan

History of Michigan, by period

History of Michigan, by region

History of Michigan, by subject

History of Michigan, lists of people

History of Michigan, people

History publications about Michigan

Culture of Michigan

The Flag of the State of Michigan
The Great Seal of the State of Michigan

The Arts in Michigan

  • Art museums and galleries
  • Artists
  • Authors
  • Films
  • Museums
  • Music
  • Musicians
  • Theater

Sports in Michigan

Economy and infrastructure of Michigan

Education in Michigan

See also

References

External links


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