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Find People In Cities Like:

  • Detroit
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  • Warren
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  • Ann Arbor
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  • Troy
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  • Novi
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State of Michigan Total Population:
10 Million Residents

Capital City:

Largest Cities:
Detroit: 672,795
Grand Rapids: 196,445
Warren: 135,125

Bordering States:
Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin

About Michigan Public Records

Michigan public records are created by all local and state government agencies, law enforcement, the courts, and lawyers. Michigan's Freedom of Information Act is the law governing public records. The records include books, written materials, information on computers, microfilms, records, tapes, photographs, statistical tabulations, photo copies, maps, drawings, and other materials.

Information like birth certificates, medical information, library records, social welfare information, tax returns, and unpublished research and commercial data, are blocked out.

A Short History Of Michigan

Michigan joined the union in 1837 and became the 26th state of the Union. The first Europeans to visit Michigan was the Frenchmen in 1620, and in 1668, the first permanent European settlement was founded at Sault Sainte Marie. Detroit is the home of the American auto-industry and is the birthplace of Motown Records.