Stevens T. Mason


Michigan’s Pioneering ‘Boy Governor’ Gets Another Look

Stevens T. Mason was elected the Michigan territory’s first governor in 1835 when the state capitol was still in Detroit. He was re-elected in 1837 and served two more years.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/24/2013

Casket Of Michigan's 1st Governor To Be Displayed

The casket containing the remains of Michigan’s first governor will be displayed at the Capitol.


Joe Donovan's Detroit History-Michigan's "Old Glory" 07/12

Along with our state flag, Michigan has a Pledge of Allegiance also.