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Need to show councils with disbanded lodges that either rechartered with a new name OR merged into a council with existing lodge.

m = merged into
nc = name changed
dis = disbanded
rc = re-chartered

  • Section C-2A's 2009 Planbook states that in 1951 Area 7-A consisted of the entire lower peninsula of Michigan. "About 1954, Region 7 officials wanted the OA areas to be the same as the Regional Deputies service areas. The seventeen lodges in 7-A resisted the change. Finally, in 1956, they decided to divide into two areas, 7-I and 7-J."


    Area 7-A (1949-56)
    Chippewa 29 (host 1950; to 7-I)
    Munhacke 88 (to 7-I)
    Mi-Gi-Si O-Paw-Gan 162 (host 1949, 56; to 7-I)
    Chickagami 180 (to 7-I)
    Teetonkah 206 (to 7-I)
    Cuwe 218 (host 1952; to 7-I)
    Mandoka 315 (to 7-I)
    Tecumseh 332 (to 7-I)
    Gabe-Shi-Win-Gi-Ji-Kens 374 (to 7-I)
    Jibshe-Wanagan 79 (host 1958, 66; to 7-J)
    Kepayshowink 89 (host 1961, 65; to 7-J)
    4/3/1952: Gimogash 214 (dis 1/1/1953, rc 1/1/1954; to 7-J)
        bet 1949-52: Tom-Tom 214 (nc)
           Gimogash 214 (nc)
    Indian Drum 152 (to 7-J)
    Wakazoo 203 (to 7-J)
    Carcajou 373 (host 1954; to 7-J)
    Nakida-Naou 401 (host 1955; to 7-J)
    3/12/52: Titt-A-Ba-Wa-Sink 469 (to 7-J)


    Mi-Gi-Si O-Paw-Gan 162 hosted the final 7-A (Michigan) event in 1956.
    Reference: Frank Dingwerth























In 1971, all of the areas in Region 7 were reorganized and renumbered from 7-1 through 7-9:




















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