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Tiffin is a city in and the county seat of
Seneca County, Ohio, United States. The
population was 17,963 at the 2010
census. The National Arbor Day
Foundation has designated Tiffin as a
Tree City USA.
Cincinnati is a city in and the county
seat of Hamilton County.  Settled in
1788, the city is located on the north
bank of the Ohio River at the
Ohio−Kentucky border, near Indiana. The
population within city limits was 296,943
according to the 2010 census, making it
Ohio's third-largest city.
Dayton is the sixth largest city in the
state of Ohio and is the county seat of
Montgomery County. In the 2010
census, the population was 141,527; the
Dayton metropolitan area had 841,502
residents, making it the fourth largest
metropolitan area in Ohio and the
sixty-first largest in the United States.
Toledo is the fourth most populous city
in the state of Ohio and is the county
seat of Lucas County. Toledo is in
northwest Ohio, on the western end of
Lake Erie, and borders the State of
Michigan. The population of Toledo as of
the 2010 Census was 287,208, while the
Toledo metropolitan area had a
population of 651,429.
The city of Dayton was incorporated in
1805 and was named after Jonathan
Dayton, who owned the land. Dayton had
been a captain in the American
Revolutionary War and was a signer of
the U.S. Constitution. By 1827,
construction on the Dayton-Cincinnati
canal began as a way to better transport
goods from Dayton to Cincinnati. The
canal provided the main source of growth
for Dayton at the time.
Youngstown is a city in the state of
Ohio and the county seat of Mahoning
County. It also extends into Trumbull
County. The municipality is on the
Mahoning River, approximately 65 miles
southeast of Cleveland and 61 miles
northwest of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Oklahoma
The city of Lawton is the county seat of
Comanche County, in the state of
Oklahoma. Located in the southwestern
region of Oklahoma, approximately 80
miles southwest of Oklahoma City, it is
the principal city of the Lawton Oklahoma
Metropolitan Statistical Area. According
to the 2010 US Census, Lawton's
population was 96,867, making it the
fifth largest city in the state.
Oklahoma City is the capital of the state
of Oklahoma and its largest city. The
county seat of Oklahoma County, the city
ranks 29th among United States cities in
population. The city's population, from
the 2012 census was 600,000 with a
metro-area population of 1,252,987.
Oregon
Portland is a city located in the state of
Oregon, near the confluence of the
Willamette and Columbia rivers. As of the
2010 Census, it had a population of
583,776, estimated to have reached
587,865 in 2012 making it the 28th most
populous city in the United States.
Pennsylvania
Doylestown is a borough in Bucks
County, Pennsylvania, 27 miles north of
Philadelphia. As of the 2010 census, the
borough population was 8,380. The
borough is the county seat of Bucks
County.
Indiana is a borough in and the county
seat of Indiana County in the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The
population was 13,975 at the 2010
census, and since 2013 has been part of
the Pittsburgh metropolitan area after
being a long time part of the Pittsburgh
media market.
Erie is a city located in northwestern
Pennsylvania in the United States. Named
for the lake and the Native American tribe
that resided along its southern shore,
Erie is the state's fourth-largest city
(after Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and
Allentown), with a population of 102,000.
Philadelphia is the largest city in the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the
second largest city on the East Coast of
the United States, and the
fifth-most-populous city in the United
States. It is located in the Northeastern
United States at the confluence of the
Delaware and Schuylkill rivers, and it is
the only consolidated city-county in
Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 Census, the
city had a population of 1,526,006,
growing to 1,547,607 in 2012 by Census
estimates.
Shippensburg is a borough in
Cumberland and Franklin counties in the
U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Settled in
1730, Shippensburg lies in the
Cumberland Valley, 41 miles   
west-southwest of Harrisburg.  The
population was 5,492 at the 2010 census.
Philadelphia has shifted to an
information technology and service-based
economy. Financial activities account for
the largest sector of the metro economy,
and it is one of the largest health
education and research centers in the
United States. Philadelphia's history
attracts many tourists, with the Liberty
Bell receiving over 2 million visitors in
2010.
Philadelphia is known for its arts and
culture. The cheese steak and soft
pretzel are emblematic of Philadelphia
cuisine, which is shaped by the city's
ethnic mix. The city has more outdoor
sculptures and murals than any other
American city.
The Borough of West Chester is the
county seat of Chester County,
Pennsylvania, United States. The
population was 18,461 at the 2010
census.
Rhode Island
Newport is a seaside city on Aquidneck
Island in Newport County, Rhode Island.
It is located 23 miles south of Providence,
and 61 miles south of Boston. Known as
a New England summer resort and for
the famous Newport Mansions, it is the
home of Salve Regina University and
Naval Station Newport which houses the
United States Naval War College, the
Naval Undersea Warfare Center, and a
major United States Navy training center.
South Carolina
Charleston is the oldest and second-
largest city in the southeastern State of
South Carolina, the county seat of
Charleston County, and the principal city
in the Charleston–North Charleston–
Summerville Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The city lies just south of the
geographical midpoint of South Carolina's
coastline and is located on Charleston
Harbor, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean
formed by the confluence of the Ashley
and Cooper rivers.
Columbia is the state capital and largest
city in the State of South Carolina. The
population was 129,272 according to the
2010 census. The 2012 United States
Census estimates put the city at 131,686.
South Dakota
Vermillion is a city in and the county
seat of Clay County, in the southeastern
corner of the state of South Dakota, and
the tenth largest city in the state.
According to the 2010 Census, the
population was 10,571. Vermillion lies
atop a bluff near the Missouri River. The
area has been home to various Native
American tribes for centuries. French fur
traders first visited in the late 18th
century. Vermillion was founded in 1859
and incorporated in 1873.
Bowling Green is a city in and the
county seat of Wood County, Ohio. The
population was 30,028 at the 2010
census. It is part of the Toledo, Ohio
Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Kent is a city in the state of Ohio and the
largest city in Portage County. It is
located along the Cuyahoga River in
Northeast Ohio on the western edge of
the county. The population was 28,904 in
the 2010 Census and 29,807 in the 2012
estimate.
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Bluffton, originally known as Shannon, is
a village in Allen and Hancock counties in
the state of Ohio. The population was
4,125 at the 2010 census.
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