Place:Baroda (township), Berrien, Michigan, United States


NameBaroda (township)
Alt namesBaroda Township
Barodasource: WeRelate abbreviation
Located inBerrien, Michigan, United States
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Baroda Township is a civil township of Berrien County in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2010 census, the township population was 2,801.

The village of Baroda is the principal population center in the township. Tension between the communities of Baroda and Bridgman led to Baroda Township being split off from Lake Township in 1923. The township was named after the village, which in turn was named for Baroda in Gujarat, India.

The township is in the central portion of the county, with Lake Charter Township and Bridgman to the west, Lincoln Charter Township and Stevensville to the north and northwest, Royalton Township to the northeast, Oronoko Charter Township and Berrien Springs to the east, Buchanan Township to the southeast, and Weesaw Township to the south and southwest.

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