Talk:Geography of Michigan

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Detroit-Windsor falsehood[edit]

Windsor is not the only part of Canada south of a part of the lower 48 United States. St. Joseph Island in the St. Mary's River near Sault Ste. Marie is south of Sugar Island and Neebish Island. 05:13, 10 June 2009 (UTC)

Nothing about rocks[edit]

why is there not any thing about the rocks on michigan--Jeffrd10 (talk) 13:51, 5 January 2012 (UTC)


"There is a difference between the State of Michigan and the U.S. Census Bureau over the size of Michigan. Michigan claims a land area of 58,110 square miles (150,500 km2) and 97,990 sq mi (253,790 km2) total, making it the tenth largest state, but the U.S. Census Bureau claims a" someone put this in, I do not know who. I modified it to what is seen here, then was unable to find any reference for the claim. If the State of Michigan does think the size is larger than the Census Bureau a reference to the site where the claim is made must be provided. As it stands now, my internet search could find no such reference, and this is an unsupported assertion. For that reason I removed it. Nick Beeson (talk) 16:31, 30 January 2015 (UTC)