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Lenawee County

By John J. Adam, February 7th, 1878.

The above second section became necessary in order to detach the country there spoken of from the county of Monroe, to which it has previously been attached, but from which it would now be separated by the county of Lenawee; and when Lenawee county proper should become organized, and be itself detached from the county of Monroe, it was necessary that this Indian country also should be detached and become a part of the new county of Lenawee. In one of the sections of an act approved April 12, 1827, entitled, "An act to divide the several counties in this territory into townships, and far other purposes," provision was made for laying out and organizing-the townships of Tecumseh, Logan, Blissfield and St. Joseph; but this part of that act never took effect, being repealed and superseded by an amendatory act approved the same date, and entitled, "An act to amend an act entitled, An act to divide the several counties in this territory into townships, and for other purposes," establishing somewhat different boundaries for the three townships in Lenawee county proper, from those first proposed in the original act; the latter or amendatory act

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