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Ten most populous cities in the United States
(8) Dallas

.The following is a list of the most populous incorporated places in the United States.^ Distribution of the population of the United States: 1890 .
  • 1890 Rare Statistical Atlas of United States at USHistoricalArchive.com 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.ushistoricalarchive.com [Source type: Academic]

^ Incorporated places over 100,000 population .
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^ Filed under: United States -- Population .

.As defined by the United States Census Bureau, an "incorporated place" includes a variety of designations, including a city, town, village, borough, and municipality.^ The United States has many major cities.
  • United States - An Overview 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.mbendi.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Note: "Cities" in this table includes U.S. cities and towns with municipal or township governments.
  • The Growth of Youth Gang Problems in the United States: 1970-98 -- OJJDP Report -- April 2001 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.ncjrs.gov [Source type: Academic]

^ Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 .
  • 1910 United States Federal Census - Ancestry.com 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.ancestry.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[a] .Some census-designated places may also be included in the Census Bureau's listing of incorporated places.^ Smaller incorporated places are not included.
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^ Some census-designated places may also be included in the Census Bureau's listing of incorporated places.
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  • About: List of United States cities by population 25 September 2009 1:35 UTC dbpedia.org [Source type: General]

^ Unincorporated places are designated as CDPs (census designated places).
  • Population of the 100 Largest Cities and Other Urban Places In TheUnited States: 1790 to 1990 17 September 2009 11:57 UTC www.census.gov [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[b][c] .Consolidated city-counties represent a distinct type of government that includes the entire population of a county, or county equivalent.^ Consolidated city-counties represent a distinct type of government that includes the entire population of a county, or county equivalent.
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^ This list presents only that portion (or "balance") of such consolidated city-counties that are not a part of another incorporated place.
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^ Indianapolis , Louisville, KY , Nashville, TN , Augusta, GA , and Athens, GA , are consolidated city-counties ; the population given is for the entire city excluding other incorporated places lying within the county limits (see Indianapolis (balance) , Louisville-Jefferson County (balance) , and Nashville-Davidson (balance) ).
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.Some consolidated city-counties, however, include multiple incorporated places.^ Some cities, however, are struggling.
  • Whites in Minority in Largest Cities, the Census Shows - NYTimes.com 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.nytimes.com [Source type: News]

^ Some consolidated city-counties, however, include multiple incorporated places.
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^ Nashville-Davidson city is consolidated with Davidson County.
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.This list presents only that portion (or "balance") of such consolidated city-counties that are not a part of another incorporated place.^ This list presents only that portion (or "balance") of such consolidated city-counties that are not a part of another incorporated place.
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  • About: List of United States cities by population 25 September 2009 1:35 UTC dbpedia.org [Source type: General]

^ Nashville-Davidson city is consolidated with Davidson County.
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^ Some consolidated city-counties, however, include multiple incorporated places.
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.Note that this list refers only to the population of individual municipalities within their defined limits, which does not include other municipalities or unincorporated suburban areas within urban agglomerations.^ Population within city limits .
  • Demographics of the United States - USA .org 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.usa.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Note that this list refers only to the population of individual municipalities within their defined limits , which does not include other municipalities or unincorporated suburban areas within urban agglomerations .
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^ Note that this list refers only to the population of individual municipalities within their defined limits, which does not include other municipalities or unincorporated suburban areas within urban agglomerations.
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.A different ranking is evident when considering U.S. metropolitan area populations.^ Large Metropolitan Areas--Population 35.
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^ A different ranking is evident when considering U.S. metropolitan area populations .
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^ Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Area Population 32.
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Contents

Incorporated places over 100,000 population

1 – New York, New York
2 – Los Angeles, California
3 – Chicago, Illinois
4 – Houston, Texas
5 – Phoenix, Arizona
6 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
7 – San Antonio, Texas
8 – Dallas, Texas
9 – San Diego, California
10 – San Jose, California
11 – Detroit, Michigan
12 – San Francisco, California
13 – Jacksonville, Florida
14 – Indianapolis, Indiana
15 – Austin, Texas
16 – Columbus, Ohio
17 – Fort Worth, Texas
18 – Charlotte, North Carolina
19 – Memphis, Tennessee
20 – Baltimore, Maryland
21 – Boston, Massachusetts
22 – El Paso, Texas
23 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
24 – Denver, Colorado
25 – Seattle, Washington
26 – Nashville, Tennessee
28 – Las Vegas, Nevada
29 – Portland, Oregon
30 – Louisville, Kentucky
31 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
32 - Tucson, Arizona
33 – Atlanta, Georgia
34 – Albuquerque, New Mexico
35 – Fresno, California
36 – Sacramento, California
37 – Long Beach, California
38 – Mesa, Arizona
39 – Kansas City, Missouri
40 – Omaha, Nebraska
41 – Cleveland, Ohio
42 – Virginia Beach, Virginia
43 – Miami, Florida
44 – Oakland, California
45 – Raleigh, North Carolina
46 – Tulsa, Oklahoma
47 – Minneapolis, Minnesota
48 – Colorado Springs, Colorado
49 – Honolulu, Hawaii
50 – Arlington, Texas
.The following table lists the incorporated places in the United States with a population of more than 100,000 as estimated by the United States Census Bureau for July 1, 2008.[1] Population densities are also given by the U.S. Census Bureau, but are listed as of the 2000 U.S. Census.^ Singapore and the United States Today (1999/2000, table) .
  • Statistics Index -- CEAS Statistics Resources on Asian Economies,Population Trends, Culture, and More 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.isop.ucla.edu [Source type: Academic]

^ Distribution of the population of the United States: 1890 .
  • 1890 Rare Statistical Atlas of United States at USHistoricalArchive.com 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.ushistoricalarchive.com [Source type: Academic]

^ Cities of 25,000 or More Population .
  • County and City Data Book: 2000 25 September 2009 1:35 UTC www.census2010.gov [Source type: Academic]

[2][3]
.Since the U.S. Census Bureau typically does not rank the cities of U.S. territories along with those of the fifty states and the District of Columbia, the cities of Puerto Rico with populations greater than 100,000 are listed separately below.^ NEXT CITIES RANKED BY POPULATION Mighty Micros - Next Cities with Population of 100,000-200,000 1.

^ Cities of 25,000 or More Population .
  • County and City Data Book: 2000 25 September 2009 1:35 UTC www.census2010.gov [Source type: Academic]

^ The new territories became states (except for Puerto Rico, which is part of the U.S. but is treated separately).
  • United States of America - encyclopedia article - Citizendium 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC en.citizendium.org [Source type: Original source]

Rank City State Population
1 New York New York &0000000008363710.0000008,363,710
2 Los Angeles California &0000000003833995.0000003,833,995
3 Chicago Illinois &0000000002853114.0000002,853,114
4 Houston Texas &0000000002242193.0000002,242,193
5 Phoenix Arizona &0000000001567924.0000001,567,924
6 Philadelphia d[›] Pennsylvania &0000000001540351.0000001,540,351
7 San Antonio Texas &0000000001351305.0000001,351,305
8 Dallas Texas &0000000001279910.0000001,279,910
9 San Diego California &0000000001279329.0000001,279,329
10 San Jose California &0000000000948279.000000948,279
11 Detroit Michigan &0000000000912062.000000912,062
12 San Francisco California &0000000000808976.000000808,976
13 Jacksonville Florida &0000000000807815.000000807,815
14 Indianapolis e[›] Indiana &0000000000798382.000000798,382
15 Austin Texas &0000000000757688.000000757,688
16 Columbus Ohio &0000000000754885.000000754,885
17 Fort Worth Texas &0000000000703073.000000703,073
18 Charlotte North Carolina &0000000000687456.000000687,456
19 Memphis Tennessee &0000000000669651.000000669,651
20 Baltimore f[›] Maryland &0000000000636919.000000636,919
21 Boston d[›] Massachusetts &0000000000620535.000000620,535
22 El Paso Texas &0000000000613190.000000613,190
23 Milwaukee Wisconsin &0000000000604477.000000604,477
24 Denver Colorado &0000000000598707.000000598,707
25 Seattle Washington &0000000000598541.000000598,541
26 Nashville e[›] Tennessee &0000000000596462.000000596,462
27 Washington District of Columbia &0000000000591833.000000591,833
28 Las Vegas Nevada &0000000000558383.000000558,383
29 Portland Oregon &0000000000557706.000000557,706
30 Louisville e[›] Kentucky &0000000000557224.000000557,224
31 Oklahoma City Oklahoma &0000000000551789.000000551,789
32 Tucson Arizona &0000000000541811.000000541,811
33 Atlanta Georgia &0000000000537958.000000537,958
34 Albuquerque New Mexico &0000000000521999.000000521,999
35 Kansas City d[›] Missouri &0000000000480129.000000480,129
36 Fresno California &0000000000476050.000000476,050
37 Sacramento California &0000000000463794.000000463,794
38 Long Beach California &0000000000463789.000000463,789
39 Mesa Arizona &0000000000463552.000000463,552
40 Omaha Nebraska &0000000000438646.000000438,646
41 Cleveland Ohio &0000000000433748.000000433,748
42 Virginia Beach f[›] Virginia &0000000000433746.000000433,746
43 Miami Florida &0000000000413201.000000413,201
44 Oakland California &0000000000404155.000000404,155
45 Raleigh North Carolina &0000000000392552.000000392,552
46 Tulsa Oklahoma &0000000000385635.000000385,635
47 Minneapolis Minnesota &0000000000382605.000000382,605
48 Colorado Springs Colorado &0000000000380307.000000380,307
49 Honolulu b[›] Hawaii &0000000000374676.000000374,676
50 Arlington Texas &0000000000374417.000000374,417
51 Wichita Kansas &0000000000366046.000000366,046
52 St. Louis f[›] Missouri &0000000000354361.000000354,361
53 Tampa Florida &0000000000340882.000000340,882
54 Santa Ana California &0000000000339130.000000339,130
55 New Orleans d[›] Louisiana &0000000000336644.000000336,644
56 Anaheim California &0000000000335288.000000335,288
57 Cincinnati Ohio &0000000000333336.000000333,336
58 Bakersfield California &0000000000321078.000000321,078
59 Aurora Colorado &0000000000319057.000000319,057
60 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania &0000000000310037.000000310,037
61 Riverside California &0000000000295357.000000295,357
62 Toledo Ohio &0000000000293201.000000293,201
63 Stockton California &0000000000287037.000000287,037
64 Corpus Christi Texas &0000000000286462.000000286,462
65 Lexington Kentucky &0000000000282114.000000282,114
66 St. Paul Minnesota &0000000000279590.000000279,590
67 Anchorage Alaska &0000000000279243.000000279,243
68 Newark New Jersey &0000000000278980.000000278,980
69 Buffalo New York &0000000000270919.000000270,919
70 Plano Texas &0000000000267480.000000267,480
71 Henderson Nevada &0000000000252064.000000252,064
72 Lincoln Nebraska &0000000000251624.000000251,624
73 Fort Wayne Indiana &0000000000251591.000000251,591
74 Glendale Arizona &0000000000251522.000000251,522
75 Greensboro North Carolina &0000000000250642.000000250,642
76 Chandler Arizona &0000000000247140.000000247,140
77 St. Petersburg Florida &0000000000245314.000000245,314
78 Jersey City New Jersey &0000000000241114.000000241,114
79 Scottsdale Arizona &0000000000235371.000000235,371
80 Norfolk f[›] Virginia &0000000000234220.000000234,220
81 Madison Wisconsin &0000000000231916.000000231,916
82 Orlando Florida &0000000000230519.000000230,519
83 Birmingham Alabama &0000000000228798.000000228,798
84 Baton Rouge Louisiana &0000000000223689.000000223,689
85 Durham North Carolina &0000000000223284.000000223,284
86 Laredo Texas &0000000000221659.000000221,659
87 Lubbock Texas &0000000000220483.000000220,483
88 Chesapeake f[›] Virginia &0000000000220111.000000220,111
89 Chula Vista California &0000000000219318.000000219,318
90 Garland Texas &0000000000218577.000000218,577
91 Winston-Salem North Carolina &0000000000217600.000000217,600
92 North Las Vegas Nevada &0000000000217253.000000217,253
93 Reno Nevada &0000000000217016.000000217,016
94 Gilbert Arizona &0000000000216449.000000216,449
95 Hialeah Florida &0000000000210542.000000210,542
96 Arlington c[›] Virginia &0000000000209969.000000209,969
97 Akron Ohio &0000000000207510.000000207,510
98 Irvine California &0000000000207500.000000207,500
99 Rochester New York &0000000000206886.000000206,886
100 Boise Idaho &0000000000205314.000000205,314
101 Modesto California &0000000000202967.000000202,967
102 Fremont California &0000000000202867.000000202,867
103 Montgomery Alabama &0000000000202696.000000202,696
104 Spokane Washington &0000000000202319.000000202,319
105 Richmond f[›] Virginia &0000000000202002.000000202,002
106 Yonkers New York &0000000000201588.000000201,588
107 Irving Texas &0000000000201358.000000201,358
108 Shreveport Louisiana &0000000000199729.000000199,729
109 San Bernardino California &0000000000198580.000000198,580
110 Tacoma Washington &0000000000197181.000000197,181
111 Glendale California &0000000000197176.000000197,176
112 Des Moines Iowa &0000000000197052.000000197,052
113 Augusta e[›] Georgia &0000000000194149.000000194,149
114 Grand Rapids Michigan &0000000000193396.000000193,396
115 Huntington Beach California &0000000000192620.000000192,620
116 Mobile Alabama &0000000000191022.000000191,022
117 Moreno Valley California &0000000000190871.000000190,871
118 Little Rock Arkansas &0000000000189515.000000189,515
119 Amarillo Texas &0000000000187236.000000187,236
120 Columbus Georgia &0000000000186984.000000186,984
121 Oxnard California &0000000000185717.000000185,717
122 Fontana California &0000000000184984.000000184,984
123 Knoxville Tennessee &0000000000184802.000000184,802
124 Fort Lauderdale Florida &0000000000183126.000000183,126
125 Worcester d[›] Massachusetts &0000000000182596.000000182,596
126 Salt Lake City Utah &0000000000181698.000000181,698
127 Newport News f[›] Virginia &0000000000179614.000000179,614
128 Huntsville Alabama &0000000000176645.000000176,645
129 Tempe Arizona &0000000000175523.000000175,523
130 Brownsville Texas &0000000000175494.000000175,494
131 Fayetteville North Carolina &0000000000174091.000000174,091
132 Jackson Mississippi &0000000000173861.000000173,861
133 Tallahassee Florida &0000000000171922.000000171,922
134 Aurora Illinois &0000000000171782.000000171,782
135 Ontario California &0000000000171691.000000171,691
136 Providence Rhode Island &0000000000171557.000000171,557
137 Overland Park Kansas &0000000000171231.000000171,231
138 Rancho Cucamonga California &0000000000171176.000000171,176
139 Chattanooga Tennessee &0000000000170880.000000170,880
140 Oceanside California &0000000000169684.000000169,684
141 Santa Clarita California &0000000000169500.000000169,500
142 Garden Grove California &0000000000165796.000000165,796
143 Vancouver Washington &0000000000163186.000000163,186
144 Grand Prairie Texas &0000000000160641.000000160,641
145 Peoria Arizona &0000000000157960.000000157,960
146 Rockford Illinois &0000000000157272.000000157,272
147 Cape Coral Florida &0000000000156835.000000156,835
148 Springfield Missouri &0000000000156206.000000156,206
149 Santa Rosa California &0000000000155796.000000155,796
150 Sioux Falls South Dakota &0000000000154997.000000154,997
151 Port St. Lucie Florida &0000000000154353.000000154,353
152 Dayton Ohio &0000000000154200.000000154,200
153 Salem Oregon &0000000000153435.000000153,435
154 Pomona California &0000000000152699.000000152,699
155 Springfield Massachusetts &0000000000150640.000000150,640
156 Eugene Oregon &0000000000150104.000000150,104
157 Corona California &0000000000149923.000000149,923
158 Pasadena Texas &0000000000146439.000000146,439
159 Joliet Illinois &0000000000146125.000000146,125
160 Pembroke Pines Florida &0000000000145661.000000145,661
161 Paterson New Jersey &0000000000145643.000000145,643
162 Hampton f[›] Virginia &0000000000145494.000000145,494
163 Lancaster California &0000000000145469.000000145,469
164 Alexandria f[›] Virginia &0000000000143885.000000143,885
165 Salinas California &0000000000143640.000000143,640
166 Palmdale California &0000000000143197.000000143,197
167 Naperville Illinois &0000000000143117.000000143,117
168 Pasadena California &0000000000143080.000000143,080
169 Kansas City Kansas &0000000000142562.000000142,562
170 Hayward California &0000000000142061.000000142,061
171 Hollywood Florida &0000000000141740.000000141,740
172 Lakewood Colorado &0000000000140989.000000140,989
173 Torrance California &0000000000140820.000000140,820
174 Syracuse New York &0000000000138068.000000138,068
175 Escondido California &0000000000137103.000000137,103
176 Fort Collins Colorado &0000000000136509.000000136,509
177 Bridgeport Connecticut &0000000000136405.000000136,405
178 Orange California &0000000000136392.000000136,392
179 Warren Michigan &0000000000133939.000000133,939
180 Elk Grove California &0000000000133003.000000133,003
181 Savannah Georgia &0000000000132410.000000132,410
182 Mesquite Texas &0000000000132123.000000132,123
183 Sunnyvale California &0000000000132109.000000132,109
184 Fullerton California &0000000000131868.000000131,868
185 McAllen Texas &0000000000129776.000000129,776
186 Cary North Carolina &0000000000129545.000000129,545
187 Cedar Rapids Iowa &0000000000128056.000000128,056
188 Sterling Heights Michigan &0000000000127160.000000127,160
189 Columbia South Carolina &0000000000127029.000000127,029
190 Coral Springs Florida &0000000000125783.000000125,783
191 Carrollton Texas &0000000000125595.000000125,595
192 Elizabeth New Jersey &0000000000124755.000000124,755
193 Hartford Connecticut &0000000000124062.000000124,062
194 Waco Texas &0000000000124009.000000124,009
195 Bellevue Washington &0000000000123771.000000123,771
196 New Haven Connecticut &0000000000123669.000000123,669
197 West Valley City Utah &0000000000123447.000000123,447
198 Topeka Kansas &0000000000123446.000000123,446
199 Thousand Oaks California &0000000000123091.000000123,091
200 El Monte California &0000000000121791.000000121,791
201 Independence d[›] Missouri &0000000000121212.000000121,212
202 McKinney Texas &0000000000121211.000000121,211
203 Concord California &0000000000121160.000000121,160
204 Visalia California &0000000000121040.000000121,040
205 Simi Valley California &0000000000120543.000000120,543
206 Olathe Kansas &0000000000119993.000000119,993
207 Clarksville Tennessee &0000000000119735.000000119,735
208 Denton Texas &0000000000119454.000000119,454
209 Stamford Connecticut &0000000000119303.000000119,303
210 Provo Utah &0000000000118581.000000118,581
211 Springfield Illinois &0000000000117352.000000117,352
212 Killeen Texas &0000000000116934.000000116,934
213 Abilene Texas &0000000000116484.000000116,484
214 Evansville Indiana &0000000000116309.000000116,309
215 Gainesville Florida &0000000000114916.000000114,916
216 Vallejo California &0000000000114729.000000114,729
217 Ann Arbor Michigan &0000000000114386.000000114,386
218 Peoria Illinois &0000000000114114.000000114,114
219 Lansing Michigan &0000000000113968.000000113,968
220 Lafayette Louisiana &0000000000113656.000000113,656
221 Thornton Colorado &0000000000113429.000000113,429
222 Athens e[›] Georgia &0000000000113398.000000113,398
223 Flint Michigan &0000000000112900.000000112,900
224 Inglewood California &0000000000112714.000000112,714
225 Roseville California &0000000000112660.000000112,660
226 Charleston South Carolina &0000000000111978.000000111,978
227 Beaumont Texas &0000000000110553.000000110,553
228 Victorville California &0000000000110318.000000110,318
229 Santa Clara California &0000000000110200.000000110,200
230 Costa Mesa California &0000000000110080.000000110,080
231 Miami Gardens Florida &0000000000109346.000000109,346
232 Manchester New Hampshire &0000000000108586.000000108,586
233 Miramar Florida &0000000000108484.000000108,484
234 Downey California &0000000000107587.000000107,587
235 Arvada Colorado &0000000000107361.000000107,361
236 Allentown Pennsylvania &0000000000107250.000000107,250
237 Westminster Colorado &0000000000107056.000000107,056
238 Waterbury Connecticut &0000000000107037.000000107,037
239 Norman Oklahoma &0000000000106957.000000106,957
240 Midland Texas &0000000000106561.000000106,561
241 Elgin Illinois &0000000000106330.000000106,330
242 West Covina California &0000000000105790.000000105,790
243 Clearwater Florida &0000000000105774.000000105,774
244 Cambridge Massachusetts &0000000000105596.000000105,596
245 Pueblo Colorado &0000000000104951.000000104,951
246 West Jordan Utah &0000000000104447.000000104,447
247 Round Rock Texas &0000000000104446.000000104,446
248 Billings Montana &0000000000103994.000000103,994
249 Erie Pennsylvania &0000000000103817.000000103,817
250 South Bend Indiana &0000000000103807.000000103,807
251 San Buenaventura (Ventura) California &0000000000103706.000000103,706
252 Fairfield California &0000000000103683.000000103,683
253 Lowell Massachusetts &0000000000103615.000000103,615
254 Norwalk California &0000000000102982.000000102,982
255 Burbank California &0000000000102968.000000102,968
256 Richmond California &0000000000102285.000000102,285
257 Pompano Beach Florida &0000000000101943.000000101,943
258 High Point North Carolina &0000000000101835.000000101,835
259 Murfreesboro Tennessee &0000000000101753.000000101,753
260 Lewisville Texas &0000000000101624.000000101,624
261 Richardson Texas &0000000000101589.000000101,589
262 Daly City California &0000000000101514.000000101,514
263 Berkeley California &0000000000101371.000000101,371
264 Gresham Oregon &0000000000101221.000000101,221
265 Wichita Falls Texas &0000000000101202.000000101,202
266 Green Bay Wisconsin &0000000000101025.000000101,025
267 Davenport Iowa &0000000000100827.000000100,827
268 Palm Bay Florida &0000000000100786.000000100,786
269 Columbia Missouri &0000000000100733.000000100,733
270 Portsmouth f[›] Virginia &0000000000100577.000000100,577
271 Rochester Minnesota &0000000000100413.000000100,413
272 Antioch California &0000000000100219.000000100,219
273 Wilmington North Carolina &0000000000100192.000000100,192

Puerto Rico

.The following table lists the incorporated municipalities (municipios) of Puerto Rico with a population greater than 100,000 as estimated by the United States Census Bureau on July 1, 2007,[4] and the rankings they would have if included in the above table.^ Ministries Listed for United States: 35 .
  • Joshua Project - Ethnic People Groups of United States 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.joshuaproject.net [Source type: Original source]

^ Boston was second in rank, with somewhat more than 20,000 people.
  • The Project Gutenberg eBook of History of the United States, by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard. 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.gutenberg.org [Source type: Original source]

^ If mathematicians followed the same method, high school texts on algebra and geometry would include the multiplication table and fractions.
  • The Project Gutenberg eBook of History of the United States, by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard. 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.gutenberg.org [Source type: Original source]

(42) – San Juan, Puerto Rico
Rank City Territory Population
42 San Juan Puerto Rico &0000000000424951.000000424,951
87 Bayamón Puerto Rico &0000000000220629.000000220,629
120 Carolina Puerto Rico &0000000000187607.000000187,607
129 Ponce Puerto Rico &0000000000180376.000000180,376
170 Caguas Puerto Rico &0000000000142984.000000142,984
257 Guaynabo Puerto Rico &0000000000102838.000000102,838
259 Arecibo Puerto Rico &0000000000102495.000000102,495

Notes

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  • ^ a: Towns in New England, while incorporated on a level similar to cities in other states, are considered Minor civil divisions by the Census Bureau and not included in its list of incorporated places.^ The percentage of Canadian households with a rifle or other long-gun is nearly equal to the level in the United States.
    • CANADIAN GUN CONTROL: SHOULD THE UNITED STATES LOOK NORTH FOR A SOLUTION TO ITS FIREARMS PROBLEM? 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.guncite.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ The Federalists, who were strongest in New England, favoured England , while the Republicans generally sympathized with France , the late ally of the United States.
    • CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: The United States of America 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.newadvent.org [Source type: Original source]

    ^ In New England the mountains almost front the sea, and harbour and hill are within sight of each other.
    • CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: The United States of America 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC www.newadvent.org [Source type: Original source]

    A detailed discussion on this subject can be found here.
    .
  • ^ b: Hawaii has no incorporated municipalities other than the City and County of Honolulu, which actually includes the entire island of Oahu.^ Farther inland than other eastern seaport, the city is convenient to landlocked areas.
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    ^ For decades, the products of Greensboro's approximately 500 factories, such as Kent cigarettes and No Nonsense pantyhose, were known better than the city itself.
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    ^ Charming Annapolis boasts more surviving colonial buildings than any city in the country, and the entire downtown is a registered National Historic Landmark.
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    In accordance with Hawaiian law, the U.S. Census Bureau defines the state's "cities" and "towns" as census-designated places (CDPs). .The Census Bureau defines Honolulu CDP as the portion of the City and County that is coextensive with the Judicial District of Honolulu.^ The Atlanta system is located in the city of Atlanta, as well as in unincorporated portions of Fulton and DeKalb Counties.
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    .Honolulu CDP is what is generally thought of as the "city" of Honolulu, and its population is used here and in other population comparisons.^ Outstanding among them was the growth of an industrial population, detached from the land, concentrated in cities, and, to use Jefferson's phrase, dependent upon "the caprices and casualties of trade" for a livelihood.
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    ^ The city's other major facility is down-town's Island Home Airport, which is a base for smaller general aviation traffic and privately-owned planes.
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    ^ Four of the directors represent wards of the City of Fort Smith, while the mayor and the other three directors are elected by the broader population of the city.
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    .If the entire population of the City and County was included, Honolulu would place 12th on the list above with a 2007 estimated population of 905,601.[5]
  • ^ c: Arlington CDP, Virginia, is coextensive with Arlington County.^ Austin, the Texas state capital and the Travis County seat, is fueled by an entrepreneurial attitude that has resulted in the city's placement at the top of numerous business and cultural lists.
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    .Virginia law forbids the creation of cities in counties with over 1,000 people per square mile, which Arlington County exceeds.^ NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 47,000.
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    ^ NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 34,000.
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    ^ NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 46,000.
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    .Thus, the entire county is considered by the Census Bureau as one CDP. While not incorporated as a municipality, Arlington is included in the Census Bureau's annual list of incorporated places and is retained in the above list.^ Thus, before attempting to transplant the Canadian system to America, it is important to consider whether the Canadian system can accommodate traditional American values as adequately as it accommodates Canadian ones.
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  • ^ e: Indianapolis, Louisville, KY, Nashville, TN, Augusta, GA, and Athens, GA, are consolidated city-counties; the population given is for the entire city excluding other incorporated places lying within the county limits (see Indianapolis (balance), Louisville-Jefferson County (balance), and Nashville-Davidson (balance)).^ The city of Jacksonville and Duval County voted in 1968 to establish a consolidated government designed to use all community resources in solving problems that affect the entire county area.
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    ^ In the neighborhood of Jefferson City the slaves numbered more than a fourth of the population.
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    ^ In January 2003, Louisville became the first major metropolitan city in three decades to merge its city and county governments.
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    .As of 2008, the consolidated populations of these city-counties including other incorporated places are, respectively: 880,380;[12] 713,877;[13] 626,144;[14] 199,486;[15] and 114,737.[15]
  • ^ e: Augusta, GA, and Athens, GA, Indianapolis, Louisville, KY, Nashville, TN, New Orleans, LA and San Fransisco, CA are consolidated city-counties; the population given is for the entire city excluding other incorporated places lying within the county limits (see Indianapolis (balance), Louisville-Jefferson County (balance), and Nashville-Davidson (balance)).^ Three years later the round trip from Louisville to New Orleans was cut to eight days.
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    ^ Acting on this belief, but apparently seeing only the Mississippi outlet at stake, Jefferson sent his friend, James Monroe, to France with the power to buy New Orleans and West Florida.
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    ^ In February trains were running from New Orleans through Houston, San Antonio, and Yuma to San Francisco, as a result of a union of the Texas Pacific with the Southern Pacific and its subsidiary corporations.
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    As of 2008, the consolidated populations of these city-counties including other incorporated places are, respectively: 199,486;[15] and 114,737.[15]880,380;[16]713,877;[17] 626,144;[18]
  • ^ g: Miami Gardens, Florida, was not incorporated as a city until 2003, so 2000 census data for it is unavailable.^ The city's principal attraction is Miami Seaquarium, south Florida's largest tropical aquarium and home of Flipper, television's star dolphin.
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    .The population density is based on the current 2007 population estimate and a land area of 20 square miles.^ Area: 42,143 square miles (2000; U.S. .
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    ^ Area: 268,580 square miles (2000; U.S. .
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    ^ Area: 2,489 square miles (2000; U.S. .
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Distributions

.For cities with populations of 100,000 or more the following distributions hold.^ The Baton Rouge region includes seven general hospitals providing more than 2,100 beds plus 28 nursing homes providing nearly 3,000 beds.
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^ It has more than 30,000 employees, representing the second largest employment center in the City of Fort Worth.
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^ As more than 100,000 copies were scattered broadcast over the country, patriots exclaimed with Washington: "Sound doctrine and unanswerable reason!"
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Smaller incorporated places are not included.[citation needed]
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The mean density is 4,128.21 inhabitants per square mile (1,593.91 /km2).[citation needed]
.The median is 3,160.85 inhabitants per square mile (1,220.41 /km2).^ NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 41,346.
  • Robert Blackwell, fl. 1861. Original Acrostics on All the States and Presidents of the United States, and Various Other Subjects, Religious, Political, and Personal. Illustrated with Portraits of All the Presidents, and Engravings of Various Other Kinds. 28 January 2010 1:19 UTC docsouth.unc.edu [Source type: Original source]

[citation needed]
Population Number of municipal governments[20]
1,000,000+ 9
300,000–1,000,000 51
200,000–299,999 47
100,000–199,999 162
Total 269

See also

U.S. Census Bureau statistical areas

United States census statistical areas by state, district, or territory
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References

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  8. ^ Press Release (2009-11-09). "City again successfully challenges official Census population" (DOC). City of Kansas City, Missouri. http://www.kcmo.org/idc/groups/public/documents/citycommunicationsoffice/111009a.doc. Retrieved 2009-12-29. 
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