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What states border Michigan?

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Indiana, Ohio, Minnesota and Wisconsin are the states that border the state of Michigan. It is also bordered by the Great Lakes.

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What states border Michigan?
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In addition to the four states that border Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie and Lake Superior also border the state. It also borders Canada.

Michigan is the 11th biggest state in the United States with 96,810 square miles. The highest point in the state is Mount Arvon, which rises 1,978 feet above sea level. It also boasts a number of rivers, including the Detroit River, Grand River, Kalamazoo River and St. Marys River. As of 2013, there were more than 9.8 million people who lived in Michigan.

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