Oscoda Michigan‘s interesting name comes from the Indian words, ossin and muscoda, which means “pebbly prairie.” Oscoda County is located in the central, northeastern section of Michigan's Lower Peninsula. Oscoda County, Michigan, was created April 1, 1840 from Mackinac County and organized in 1881. Records before 1881 may be located in the counties of Iosco, Cheboygan, Alpena, or Alcona.

Your Temporary Oscoda County Coordinator is Jan Cortez, please feel free to contact her with any comments or contributions by clicking on her name above.

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This page was last updated 18 August 2017

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