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Transcript of Michigan


Michigan became a state on 26. January in 1837.
State Size:
10 000 Square miles
253 793 Kilometres
"If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you."

“The Wolverine State”

“Great Lake State.” 
American Robin
Painted turtle
White-Tailed deer
Brook Trout
10 000 000
Lilium Michiganaese
Rick Snyder
Black-eyed Suzan
Beebalm Lavender
Stevens T. Mason
1. governor
Became a governor on January 1th in 2011. He is a member of politician party called Republician Party.
He was married with Sue Snyder in 1987. They have 3 children.
Adopted in 1911. It is Michigan´s third flag.
The capital:
6th biggest city in Michigan.
It depends on area of 95 square kilometres.
The Grand River, the largest river in Michigan, flows through downtown Lansing;
Lansing´s population is 114 947.
Michigan Supreme Court
The State Capitol
The largest city in Michigan.
Population of Detroit is 713 777.
It is very famous because of car industry
The name "Detroit" is after a river- Détroit.
There are less people every year and there is a financial crisis.
Other cities:
2. Grand Rapids 193 627

3. Warren 134 223

4. Sterling Heights 127 349

5. Ann Arbor 115 092

7. Flint 114 662

8. Clinton Township 96 253
9. Livonia 93 931
10. Dearborn 89 252
There are ninety-three colleges and universities in the U.S. state of Michigan
University of Michigan:
Central Michigan University:
Eastern Michigan University:
Isle Royale:
It depends on area of 2314 square kilometres and it is located on an island.
It is created of more than 400 little islands.
It is the least visited national park.
National parks of Michigan
Lake Michigan:
Sleepy Hollow state park:
There is a man-made lake called Lake Ovid.
There are lots of water-birds like Canada Geese, swans and blue herons.
It depends on area of 10,84 square kilometers.
It is one of the five Great Lakes.
It depends on area of 57 750 kilometers squares.
The lake is deep 85 metres.
Mountain Ranges:
Huron Mountains:
The highest point is Mount Arvon, which is 603 meters high.
In 1950 Huron Mountains became a national park.
Porcupine Mountains
Also called "Porkies".
Locate near the Lake Superior.
Summit Peak is the highest point.
Lake Of The Clouds
Michigan Theaters and Orchestras
Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor:
Theater was built in 1928 and renovated in 1956. The Michigan Theater is the current home of the annual Ann Arbor
Film Festival, the Ann Arbor Symphony andthe Ann Arbor Concert Band.
Michigan Theater in Jackson:
This theatre was built in 1930.
Orchestra Hall (Detroit, Michigan):
It was built in 1919 and designed by Howard Crane.
The hall hosted the most renowned jazz musicians, including Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Count Basie, and Duke Ellington.
Sports in Michigan
Ice Hockey
Ice Hockey:
Detroit Red Wings
They had been awarded an NHL franchise on May 15, 1926.
They won the Stanley Cup 11 times, the last time in 2008.
The Detroit Tigers
The club was founded in Detroit in 1894 as part of the Western League.
The Tigers have won four World Series championships (1935, 1945, 1968, and 1984).
Detroit Lions:
Team was estabilished in 1929.
It is a part of National Football League- NFL.
Thank you for your attention :)
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