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Mason County, Michigan

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The county is named for Stevens T. Mason, Governor of Michigan from 1835 to 1840. It was created by the Michigan Legislature in 1840 as Notipekago County, then renamed Mason County in 1843.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Villages, Townships & Communities

Amber | Branch | Chapple Corners | Custer | Eden | Fairview | Fern | Ferryville | Fountain | Free Soil | Grant | Hamlin | Logan | Ludington (County Seat) | Meade | Pere Marquette | Riverton | Scottville | Sheridan | Sherman | Summit | Victory | Walhalla

The Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, a federally recognized Odawa Native American tribe, occupies a small reservation of approximately 740 acres within Custer Township.

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Michigan Family History

Manistee National Forest (part)

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places