Ingham County, Michigan                
 

Ingham County, Michigan was established in 1829 from portions of Shiawassee County, Washtenaw County and unorganized territory.

The county is named for Samuel D. Ingham, the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury under President Andrew Jackson.

The county seat is Mason, and Lansing is the state capital of Michigan.

Mason is named after the state's first governor, Stevens T. Mason.

Lansing is the only state capital in the nation that is not also a county seat.

Ingham County, Michigan has a population of about 280,000 and it is one of 83 counties in Michigan.

Schools located in Ingham County include Great Lakes Christian College, Lansing Community College, Michigan State University and Thomas M. Cooley Law School.

Cities and towns located in Ingham County, Michigan include Mason, East Lansing, Lansing, Leslie, Williamston, Dansville, Stockbridge, Webberville, Alaiedon, Aurelius, Bunker Hill, Delhi, Holt, Ingham, Edgemont Park, Leroy, Locke, Haslett, Okemos, Onondaga, Vevay, Wheatfield and White Oak.

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