Mansfield Michigan is a small township on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, close to the Wisconsin border in Iron County. Here’s what our contact there said about it:
“Mansfield started as a mining community in the late 1800’s named for the mining company. Celebrated our centennial in 1991 and have collected much historical information. Current population is 250 people but we cover a land area of 108 square miles. Tourism, logging and potato farming drives our local economy. Our local historical society – Mansfield Memories – was formed in 1973 and continues to be active. We have rebuilt the Mansfield Pioneer Church which was our only church.”
Mansfield Township is a civil township of Iron County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 243 at the 2000 census.
We don’t know much about Mansfield township Michigan.
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