Michigan'ın illeri

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Michigan'ın illeri, 2021 itibarıyla ABD'nin Michigan eyaletindeki 83 ili kapsar.[1]

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İl
FIPS kodu[2] İl merkezi
Est.
Origin
Etimoloji
Nüfus
Yüzölçümü
Harita
 
Alcona County 001 Harrisville 1840 From unorganized territory Kızılderili ismi &0000000000010942.00000010.942 &0000000000001791.0000001.791 sq mi
(&0000000000004639.0000004.639 km2)
State map highlighting Alcona County
Alger County 003 Munising 1885 Schoolcraft County'nin parçası Russell A. Alger, (1836-1907):
Governor and national politician
&0000000000009601.0000009.601 &0000000000005049.0000005.049 sq mi
(&0000000000013077.00000013.077 km2)
State map highlighting Alger County
Allegan County 005 Allegan 1831 (boundaries declared)
1835 (organized)
Barry County, and unorganized territory Kızılderili ismi &0000000000111408.000000111.408 &0000000000001833.0000001.833 sq mi
(&0000000000004747.0000004.747 km2)
State map highlighting Allegan County
Alpena County 007 Alpena 1840 Mackinac County Kızılderili ismi &İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ","..İfade hatası: Tanınmayan noktalama karakteri ",".30,000 &0000000000001695.0000001.695 sq mi
(&0000000000004390.0000004.390 km2)
State map highlighting Alpena County
Antrim County 009 Bellaire 1840 Mackinac County County Antrim, Kuzey İrlanda &0000000000023598.00000023.598 &0000000000000602.000000602 sq mi
(&0000000000001559.0000001.559 km2)
State map highlighting Antrim County
Arenac County 011 Standish 1831 From unorganized territory Kızılderili ismi &0000000000015899.00000015.899 &0000000000000681.000000681 sq mi
(&0000000000001764.0000001.764 km2)
State map highlighting Arenac County
Baraga County 013 L'Anse 1875 Houghton County Frederic Baraga (1797-1868): Catholic missionary and first bishop of Sault Ste. Marie &0000000000008860.0000008.860 &0000000000001069.0000001.069 sq mi
(&0000000000002769.0000002.769 km2)
State map highlighting Baraga County
Barry County 015 Hastings 1829 From unorganized territory William T. Barry (1784-1835): Postmaster General in the Jackson Administration &0000000000059173.00000059.173 &0000000000000577.000000577 sq mi
(&0000000000001494.0000001.494 km2)
State map highlighting Barry County
Bay County 017 Bay City 1857 From parts of Arenac, Midland, and Saginaw Counties Saginaw Körfezi &0000000000107771.000000107.771 &0000000000000631.000000631 sq mi
(&0000000000001634.0000001.634 km2)
State map highlighting Bay County
Benzie County 019 Beulah 1863 Leelenau County Fransızca name of Betsie Nehri: Fransızca(rivière aux) Bec-scies &0000000000017525.00000017.525 &0000000000000860.000000860 sq mi
(&0000000000002227.0000002.227 km2)
State map highlighting Benzie County
Berrien County 021 St. Joseph 1829 From unorganized territory John M. Berrien (1781-1856): Attorney General in the Jackson Administration &0000000000156813.000000156.813 &0000000000001581.0000001.581 sq mi
(&0000000000004095.0000004.095 km2)
State map highlighting Berrien County
Branch County 023 Coldwater 1829 From unorganized territory John Branch (1782-1863): Secretary of the Navy in the Jackson Administration &0000000000045248.00000045.248 &0000000000000519.000000519 sq mi
(&0000000000001344.0000001.344 km2)
State map highlighting Branch County
Calhoun County 025 Marshall 1829 From unorganized territory John C. Calhoun (1782-1850): Vice President of the United States in the Jackson Administration &0000000000136146.000000136.146 &0000000000000718.000000718 sq mi
(&0000000000001860.0000001.860 km2)
State map highlighting Calhoun County
Cass County 027 Cassopolis 1829 From unorganized territory Lewis Cass (1782-1866): Secretary of War in the Jackson Administration &0000000000052293.00000052.293 &0000000000000508.000000508 sq mi
(&0000000000001316.0000001.316 km2)
State map highlighting Cass County
Charlevoix County 029 Charlevoix 1869 From parts of Antrim, Emmet, and Otsego Counties Pierre François Xavier de Charlevoix (1682-1761): Jesuit traveller and historian of New France &0000000000025949.00000025.949 &0000000000001391.0000001.391 sq mi
(&0000000000003603.0000003.603 km2)
State map highlighting Charlevoix County
Cheboygan County 031 Cheboygan 1840 Mackinac County Cheboygan Nehri &0000000000026152.00000026.152 &0000000000000885.000000885 sq mi
(&0000000000002292.0000002.292 km2)
State map highlighting Cheboygan County
Chippewa County 033 Sault Ste. Marie 1827 Mackinac County Ojibwa Native American tribe, also known as the Chippewa &0000000000038520.00000038.520 &0000000000002698.0000002.698 sq mi
(&0000000000006988.0000006.988 km2)
State map highlighting Chippewa County
Clare County 035 Harrison 1840 Mackinac County, and unorganized territory; named Kaykakee County until 1843 County Clare, İrlanda &0000000000030926.00000030.926 &0000000000000575.000000575 sq mi
(&0000000000001489.0000001.489 km2)
State map highlighting Clare County
Clinton County 037 St. Johns 1831 From unorganized territory DeWitt Clinton (1769-1828): New York Valisi &0000000000075382.00000075.382 &0000000000000575.000000575 sq mi
(&0000000000001489.0000001.489 km2)
State map highlighting Clinton County
Crawford County 039 Grayling 1840 Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Was named Shawano County until 1843. William Crawford, (1732-82), American Revolutionary War colonel western surveyor &0000000000014074.00000014.074 &0000000000000563.000000563 sq mi
(&0000000000001458.0000001.458 km2)
State map highlighting Crawford County
Delta County 041 Escanaba 1843 Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Greek letter delta, referring to the triangular shape of the original county, which included segments of Menominee, Dickinson, Iron and Marquette counties &0000000000037069.00000037.069 &0000000000001992.0000001.992 sq mi
(&0000000000005159.0000005.159 km2)
State map highlighting Delta County
Dickinson County 043 Iron Mountain 1891 From parts of Iron County, Marquette County and Menominee County. Donald M. Dickinson (1846-1917): Postmaster General in the Cleveland Administration &0000000000026168.00000026.168 &0000000000000777.000000777 sq mi
(&0000000000002012.0000002.012 km2)
State map highlighting Dickinson County
Eaton County 045 Charlotte 1829 From unorganized territory. John Eaton (1790-1856): Secretary of War in the Jackson Administration &0000000000107759.000000107.759 &0000000000000579.000000579 sq mi
(&0000000000001500.0000001.500 km2)
State map highlighting Eaton County
Emmet County 047 Petoskey 1840 Mackinac County. Was named Tonegadana County until 1843. Robert Emmet (1778-1803): Irish nationalist and rebel leader &0000000000032694.00000032.694 &0000000000000882.000000882 sq mi
(&0000000000002284.0000002.284 km2)
State map highlighting Emmet County
Genesee County 049 Flint 1835 From parts of Lapeer County, Saginaw County and Shiawassee County. Seneca word, "je-nis-hi-yeh," meaning "beautiful valley": named after western New York valley from which many settlers came &0000000000425790.000000425.790 &0000000000000649.000000649 sq mi
(&0000000000001681.0000001.681 km2)
State map highlighting Genesee County
Gladwin County 051 Gladwin 1831 From unorganized territory. Major Henry Gladwin, British commander of the fort at Detroit during the siege by Chief Pontiac in 1763-64. &0000000000025692.00000025.692 &0000000000000516.000000516 sq mi
(&0000000000001336.0000001.336 km2)
State map highlighting Gladwin County
Gogebic County 053 Bessemer 1887 Ontonagon County. Probably from the Chippewa "bic" which most references interpret as "rock." &0000000000016427.00000016.427 &0000000000001476.0000001.476 sq mi
(&0000000000003823.0000003.823 km2)
State map highlighting Gogebic County
Grand Traverse County 055 Traverse City 1851 Omeena County. Fransızca Fransızcagrande traverse &0000000000086986.00000086.986 &0000000000000601.000000601 sq mi
(&0000000000001557.0000001.557 km2)
State map highlighting Grand Traverse County
Gratiot County 057 Ithaca 1831 From unorganized territory. Captain Charles Gratiot (1788-1855) &0000000000042476.00000042.476 &0000000000000572.000000572 sq mi
(&0000000000001481.0000001.481 km2)
State map highlighting Gratiot County
Hillsdale County 059 Hillsdale 1829 From unorganized territory. From its terrain, made up of hills and dales.[3] &0000000000046688.00000046.688 &0000000000000607.000000607 sq mi
(&0000000000001572.0000001.572 km2)
State map highlighting Hillsdale County
Houghton County 061 Houghton 1845 From parts of Marquette County and Ontonagon County. Dr. Douglass Houghton (1809-1845), first state geologist of Michigan, physician and surgeon, mayor of Detroit (1842-1843) &0000000000036628.00000036.628 &0000000000001502.0000001.502 sq mi
(&0000000000003890.0000003.890 km2)
State map highlighting Houghton County
Huron County 063 Bad Axe 1840 Sanilac County. Lake Huron, which the French named Fransızcalac des Hurons after the Hurons. &0000000000033118.00000033.118 &0000000000002136.0000002.136 sq mi
(&0000000000005532.0000005.532 km2)
State map highlighting Huron County
Ingham County 065 Mason 1829 From parts of Shiawassee County, Washtenaw County and unorganized territory. Samuel D. Ingham (1779-1860), U.S. Secretary of the Treasury in the Jackson Administration &0000000000280895.000000280.895 &0000000000000561.000000561 sq mi
(&0000000000001453.0000001.453 km2)
State map highlighting Ingham County
Ionia County 067 Ionia 1831 Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Province in ancient Yunanistan &0000000000063905.00000063.905 &0000000000000580.000000580 sq mi
(&0000000000001502.0000001.502 km2)
State map highlighting Ionia County
Iosco County 069 Tawas City 1840 From unorganized territory Kızılderili ismi &0000000000025887.00000025.887 &0000000000001891.0000001.891 sq mi
(&0000000000004898.0000004.898 km2)
State map highlighting Iosco County
Iron County 071 Crystal Falls 1885 From parts of Marquette County and Menominee County. For the iron deposits and mines found in the county &0000000000011817.00000011.817 &0000000000001211.0000001.211 sq mi
(&0000000000003136.0000003.136 km2)
State map highlighting Iron County
Isabella County 073 Mt. Pleasant 1831 Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Queen Isabella I (1451-1504) of Spain, under whose patronage Columbus undertook his voyages. &0000000000070311.00000070.311 &0000000000000578.000000578 sq mi
(&0000000000001497.0000001.497 km2)
State map highlighting Isabella County
Jackson County 075 Jackson 1829 (boundaries declared)
1832 (organised)
Washtenaw County and unorganized territory. Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), 7th President of the United States and President when Michigan was admitted to the Union &0000000000160248.000000160.248 &0000000000000724.000000724 sq mi
(&0000000000001875.0000001.875 km2)
State map highlighting Jackson County
Kalamazoo County 077 Kalamazoo 1829 From unorganized territory. Kalamazoo Nehri &0000000000250331.000000250.331 &0000000000000580.000000580 sq mi
(&0000000000001502.0000001.502 km2)
State map highlighting Kalamazoo County
Kalkaska County 079 Kalkaska 1840 Mackinac County. Was named Wabassee County until 1843. Kızılderili ismi &0000000000017153.00000017.153 &0000000000000571.000000571 sq mi
(&0000000000001479.0000001.479 km2)
State map highlighting Kalkaska County
Kent County 081 Grand Rapids 1831 Mackinac County and unorganized territory. New York jurist James Kent, who represented the Michigan Territory in its dispute with Ohio over the Toledo Strip. &0000000000602622.000000602.622 &0000000000000872.000000872 sq mi
(&0000000000002258.0000002.258 km2)
State map highlighting Kent County
Keweenaw County 083 Eagle River 1861 Houghton County. Ojibwe word gakiiwe-wewaning meaning "portage" &0000000000002156.0000002.156 &0000000000005966.0000005.966 sq mi
(&0000000000015452.00000015.452 km2)
State map highlighting Keweenaw County
Lake County 085 Baldwin 1840 Mackinac County. Was named Aischum County until 1843. Has several small lakes and lies near Lake Michigan &0000000000011539.00000011.539 &0000000000000575.000000575 sq mi
(&0000000000001489.0000001.489 km2)
State map highlighting Lake County
Lapeer County 087 Lapeer 1822 From parts of Oakland County and St. Clair County. An Americanization of the Fransızca Fransızcala pierre, meaning "the rock" (flint) &0000000000088319.00000088.319 &0000000000000663.000000663 sq mi
(&0000000000001717.0000001.717 km2)
State map highlighting Lapeer County
Leelanau County 089 Suttons Bay Township 1840 Mackinac County. Kızılderili ismi &0000000000021708.00000021.708 &0000000000002532.0000002.532 sq mi
(&0000000000006558.0000006.558 km2)
State map highlighting Leelanau County
Lenawee County 091 Adrian 1822 Monroe County. A Kızılderili ismi for man, from either the Delaware leno or lenno or the Shawnee lenawai &0000000000099892.00000099.892 &0000000000000761.000000761 sq mi
(&0000000000001971.0000001.971 km2)
State map highlighting Lenawee County
Livingston County 093 Howell 1833 From parts of Shiawassee County and Washtenaw County. Edward Livingston (1764-1836): second Secretary of State in the Andrew Jackson administration &0000000000180967.000000180.967 &0000000000000585.000000585 sq mi
(&0000000000001515.0000001.515 km2)
State map highlighting Livingston County
Luce County 095 Newberry 1887 From parts of Chippewa County and Mackinac County. Michigan Valisi Cyrus G. Luce &0000000000006631.0000006.631 &0000000000001912.0000001.912 sq mi
(&0000000000004952.0000004.952 km2)
State map highlighting Luce County
Mackinac County 097 St. Ignace 1818 Wayne County Mackinac Adası, "büyük kaplumbağa" &0000000000011113.00000011.113 &0000000000002101.0000002.101 sq mi
(&0000000000005442.0000005.442 km2)
State map highlighting Mackinac County
Macomb County 099 Mt. Clemens 1818 Wayne County. U.S. General Alexander Macomb, a notable officer of the War of 1812 &0000000000840978.000000840.978 &0000000000000570.000000570 sq mi
(&0000000000001476.0000001.476 km2)
State map highlighting Macomb County
Manistee County 101 Manistee 1840 Mackinac County. Manistee Nehri &0000000000024733.00000024.733 &0000000000001281.0000001.281 sq mi
(&0000000000003318.0000003.318 km2)
State map highlighting Manistee County
Marquette County 103 Marquette 1843 From parts of Chippewa County and Mackinac County. French Jesuit missionary Jacques Marquette &0000000000067077.00000067.077 &0000000000003425.0000003.425 sq mi
(&0000000000008871.0000008.871 km2)
State map highlighting Marquette County
Mason County 105 Ludington 1840 Mackinac County. Was named Notipekago County until 1843. Michigan Valisi Stevens T. Mason &0000000000028705.00000028.705 &0000000000001242.0000001.242 sq mi
(&0000000000003217.0000003.217 km2)
State map highlighting Mason County
Mecosta County 107 Big Rapids 1840 From parts of Mackinac County and Oceana County. Mecosta, a Native American leader &0000000000042798.00000042.798 &0000000000000571.000000571 sq mi
(&0000000000001479.0000001.479 km2)
State map highlighting Mecosta County
Menominee County 109 Menominee 1861 Delta County. Was named Bleeker County until 1863. Menominee Native American people &0000000000024029.00000024.029 &0000000000001338.0000001.338 sq mi
(&0000000000003465.0000003.465 km2)
State map highlighting Menominee County
Midland County 111 Midland 1831 Saginaw County and unorganized territory. Located near the geographical center of the Lower Peninsula &0000000000083629.00000083.629 &0000000000000528.000000528 sq mi
(&0000000000001368.0000001.368 km2)
State map highlighting Midland County
Missaukee County 113 Lake City 1840 Mackinac County. Missaukee, an Ottawa leader who signed land-grant treaties in 1831 and 1833 &0000000000014849.00000014.849 &0000000000000574.000000574 sq mi
(&0000000000001487.0000001.487 km2)
State map highlighting Missaukee County
Monroe County 115 Monroe 1817 Wayne County. James Monroe, the fifth U.S. President &0000000000152021.000000152.021 &0000000000000680.000000680 sq mi
(&0000000000001761.0000001.761 km2)
State map highlighting Monroe County
Montcalm County 117 Stanton 1831 Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Louis-Joseph de Montcalm &0000000000063342.00000063.342 &0000000000000721.000000721 sq mi
(&0000000000001867.0000001.867 km2)
State map highlighting Montcalm County
Montmorency County 119 Atlanta 1840 Mackinac County and unorganized territory. Was named Cheonoquet County until 1843. House of Montmorency, influential in the history of French Canada &0000000000009765.0000009.765 &0000000000000562.000000562 sq mi
(&0000000000001456.0000001.456 km2)
State map highlighting Montmorency County
Muskegon County 121 Muskegon 1859 From parts of Oceana County and Ottawa County. Muskegon Nehri Ojibwa/Chippewa word mashkig meaning "swamp" or "marsh." &0000000000172188.000000172.188 &0000000000001459.0000001.459 sq mi
(&0000000000003779.0000003.779 km2)
State map highlighting Muskegon County
Newaygo County 123 White Cloud 1840 From parts of Mackinac County and Oceana County. a Chippewa leader who signed the Saginaw Treaty of 1819[4] &0000000000048460.00000048.460 &0000000000000861.000000861 sq mi
(&0000000000002230.0000002.230 km2)
State map highlighting Newaygo County
Oakland County 125 Pontiac 1819 (boundaries declared)
1820 (organized)
Macomb County. The numerous "oak openings" in the area: "majestic orchard[s] of oaks and hickories varied by small prairies, grassy lawns and clear lakes"[5] &0000000001202362.0000001.202.362 &0000000000000908.000000908 sq mi
(&0000000000002352.0000002.352 km2)
State map highlighting Oakland County
Oceana County 127 Hart 1831 Mackinac County. Borders Lake Michigan, the freshwater "ocean." &0000000000026570.00000026.570 &0000000000001307.0000001.307 sq mi
(&0000000000003385.0000003.385 km2)
State map highlighting Oceana County
Ogemaw County 129 West Branch 1840 From unorganized territory The Ojibwe word ogimaa, meaning "chief" or "leader" &0000000000021699.00000021.699 &0000000000000575.000000575 sq mi
(&0000000000001489.0000001.489 km2)
State map highlighting Ogemaw County
Ontonagon County 131 Ontonagon 1843 From parts of Chippewa County and Mackinac County. Ontonagon Nehri. The Ojibwa word onagon means "dish" or "bowl." &0000000000006780.0000006.780 &0000000000003741.0000003.741 sq mi
(&0000000000009689.0000009.689 km2)
State map highlighting Ontonagon County
Osceola County 133 Reed City 1840 Mackinac County Osceola (1804-1838), Seminole chief &0000000000023528.00000023.528 &0000000000000573.000000573 sq mi
(&0000000000001484.0000001.484 km2)
State map highlighting Osceola County
Oscoda County 135 Mio 1840 Mackinac County Kızılderili ismi &0000000000008640.0000008.640 &0000000000000572.000000572 sq mi
(&0000000000001481.0000001.481 km2)
State map highlighting Oscoda County
Otsego County 137 Gaylord 1840 Mackinac County Otsego County, New York &0000000000024164.00000024.164 &0000000000000526.000000526 sq mi
(&0000000000001362.0000001.362 km2)
State map highlighting Otsego County
Ottawa County 139 Grand Haven 1831 Mackinac County Native American Ottawa people. &0000000000263801.000000263.801 &0000000000001632.0000001.632 sq mi
(&0000000000004227.0000004.227 km2)
State map highlighting Ottawa County
Presque Isle County 141 Rogers City 1840 Mackinac County. A derivation of the French phrase for "peninsula", literally "almost an island." &0000000000013376.00000013.376 &0000000000002573.0000002.573 sq mi
(&0000000000006664.0000006.664 km2)
State map highlighting Presque Isle County
Roscommon County 143 Roscommon 1840 Mackinac County County Roscommon, İrlanda &0000000000024449.00000024.449 &0000000000000580.000000580 sq mi
(&0000000000001502.0000001.502 km2)
State map highlighting Roscommon County
Saginaw County 145 Saginaw 1822 Oakland County. A Native American term, perhaps a reference to the Saginaw River and Saginaw Bay, Ojibwe for "at the outlet" [6] &0000000000200169.000000200.169 &0000000000000816.000000816 sq mi
(&0000000000002113.0000002.113 km2)
State map highlighting Saginaw County
St. Clair County 147 Port Huron 1820 Macomb County. either Arthur St. Clair &0000000000163040.000000163.040 &0000000000000837.000000837 sq mi
(&0000000000002168.0000002.168 km2)
State map highlighting St. Clair County
St. Joseph County 149 Centreville 1829 From unorganized territory. St. Joseph Nehri[7] &0000000000061295.00000061.295 &0000000000000521.000000521 sq mi
(&0000000000001349.0000001.349 km2)
State map highlighting St. Joseph County
Sanilac County 151 Sandusky 1822 St. Clair County. Sanilac, a Wyandotte chief &0000000000043114.00000043.114 &0000000000001590.0000001.590 sq mi
(&0000000000004118.0000004.118 km2)
State map highlighting Sanilac County
Schoolcraft County 153 Manistique 1843 From parts of Chippewa County and Mackinac County. Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, (1793-1864):
American geographer and Superintendent of Indian Affairs in Michigan
&0000000000008485.0000008.485 &0000000000001884.0000001.884 sq mi
(&0000000000004880.0000004.880 km2)
State map highlighting Schoolcraft County
Shiawassee County 155 Corunna 1822 From parts of Oakland County and St. Clair County. Shiawassee Nehri, and means 'river that twists about.[8] &0000000000070648.00000070.648 &0000000000000541.000000541 sq mi
(&0000000000001401.0000001.401 km2)
State map highlighting Shiawassee County
Tuscola County 157 Caro 1840 Sanilac County. Kızılderili ismi &0000000000055729.00000055.729 &0000000000000914.000000914 sq mi
(&0000000000002367.0000002.367 km2)
State map highlighting Tuscola County
Van Buren County 159 Paw Paw 1829 From unorganized territory. Martin Van Buren (1782-1862) &0000000000076258.00000076.258 &0000000000001090.0000001.090 sq mi
(&0000000000002823.0000002.823 km2)
State map highlighting Van Buren County
Washtenaw County 161 Ann Arbor 1822 From parts of Oakland County and Wayne County From the Native American name for the Grand Nehri, O-wash-ta-nong ("faraway water"),[9] whose headwaters were within the county's bounds. &0000000000344791.000000344.791 &0000000000000723.000000723 sq mi
(&0000000000001873.0000001.873 km2)
State map highlighting Washtenaw County
Wayne County 163 Detroit 1815 1807 Treaty of Detroit. "Mad" Anthony Wayne, (1745-1796):
United States Army general
&0000000001820584.0000001.820.584 &0000000000000672.000000672 sq mi
(&0000000000001740.0000001.740 km2)
State map highlighting Wayne County
Wexford County 165 Cadillac 1840 Mackinac County. County Wexford, İrlanda &0000000000032735.00000032.735 &0000000000000576.000000576 sq mi
(&0000000000001492.0000001.492 km2)
State map highlighting Wexford County

Kaynakça[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

  1. ^ Nijman, Jan (2020). Geography: Realms, Regions, and Concepts (20. bas.). Wiley. ISBN 978-1119607410. 
  2. ^ "EPA County FIPS Code Listing". EPA. 5 Ekim 1999 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 8 Eylül 2008. 
  3. ^ Dan Bisher (1999). "A Brief History of 'Hillsdale County'". 7 Haziran 2008 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 24 Kasım 2008. 
  4. ^ Clarke Historical Library bibliographic entry for Newaygo County
  5. ^ As described by Dr. Bela Hubbard, surveyor of Michigan
  6. ^ Clarke Historical Library bibliographic entry for Saginaw County
  7. ^ John Marvin. "Background History on St. Joseph County". 15 Haziran 2008 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 24 Kasım 2008. 
  8. ^ Clarke Historical Library bibliographic entry for Shiawassee County
  9. ^ Publications of the Historical Society of Grand Rapids. 1906. s. 36.