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Penn Yan is an incorporated village in
Yates County, New York. The population
was 5,159 at the 2010 census. It is the
county seat of Yates County and lies at
the north end of the east branch of
Keuka Lake, one of the Finger Lakes. The
name "Penn Yan" is a syllabic abbreviation
of "Pennsylvania Yankee".
The Village of Brookville is a village
located within the town of Oyster Bay in
Nassau County, New York. As of the
2010 United States Census, the village
population was 3,465.
Niagara is a town in Niagara County,
New York . As of the 2010 census, the
town had a total population of 8,378.
The town is named after the famous
waterfall Niagara Falls.
The median household income for the city
of
Troy was $36,514, and the median
family income was $38,631.
Jamaica is a neighborhood in the New
York City borough of Queens. It was
settled under Dutch rule in 1656 in New
Netherland as Rustdorp. Under British
rule, the Village of Jamaica became the
center of the "Town of Jamaica".
Plattsburgh is a city in and county seat
of Clinton County, New York. The
population was 19,989 at the 2010
census.
Albany has been a center of higher
education for over a century, with much
of the remainder of its economy
dependent on state government and
health care services. The city has
experienced a rebound from the urban
decline of the 1970s and 1980s, with
noticeable development happening in the
city's downtown and midtown
neighborhoods.
North Carolina
Boone is a town located in the Blue
Ridge Mountains of western North
Carolina. Boone's population was 17,122
in 2010. Boone is the county seat of
Watauga County and the home of
Appalachian State University. The town is
named for famous American pioneer and
explorer Daniel Boone.
Fayetteville is a city in Cumberland
County, North Carolina. It is the county
seat of Cumberland County, and is best
known as the home of Fort Bragg, a
major U.S. Army installation northwest of
the city.  According to the 2011 United
States Census estimate, the city has a
population of 205,678.
Greenville is the county seat of Pitt
County, principal city of the Greenville
metropolitan area, and the 10th largest
city in the state of North Carolina.
Greenville is the health, entertainment,
and educational hub of North Carolina's
Tidewater and Coastal Plain. The city's
official population as of the 2011 United
States census estimate is 86,017
residents while the Greenville
Metropolitan Area includes 192,690
people.
Durham is a city in the state of North
Carolina. It is the county seat of Durham
County, though portions also extend into
Wake County in the east and Orange
County in the west. It is the fourth
largest city in the state, and the
85th-largest in the United States by
population, with 233,252 residents as of
the 2011 United States census.
Charlotte is the largest city in the state
of North Carolina and the seat of
Mecklenburg County. In 2012, the
estimated population of Charlotte
according to the U.S. Census Bureau was
775,202.  The Charlotte metropolitan
area ranks 23rd largest in the US and
had a 2012 population of 2,296,569.
Greensboro is the third-largest city by
population in North Carolina and the
largest city in Guilford County and the
surrounding Piedmont Triad metropolitan
region. According to the 2012 U.S.
Census Estimate, Greensboro's
population is 277,080.
North Dakota
Minot is a city located in north central
North Dakota. It is most widely known
for the Air Force base located
approximately 15 miles north of the city.
With a population of 40,888 at the 2010
census, Minot is the fourth largest city in
the state.
Fargo is the largest city in the state of
North Dakota, accounting for nearly 16%
of the state population. Fargo is also the
county seat of Cass County. According
to the 2010 census, its population was
105,549.
Grand Forks is the third-largest city in
the state of North Dakota (after Fargo
and Bismarck) and the county seat of
Grand Forks County. According to the
2010 census, the city's population was
52,838, while that of the city and
surrounding metropolitan area was
98,461.
New York
Buffalo is the second most populous city
in the state of New York, after New York
City. Located in Western New York on
the eastern shores of Lake Erie and at
the head of the Niagara River across from
Fort Erie.  
At the 2010 Census, the city of
Buffalo's population was 50.4% White
(45.8% non-Hispanic White alone),
38.6% Black or African American, 0.8%
American Indian and Alaska Native, 3.2%
Asian, 3.9% from some other race and
3.1% from two or more races. 10.5% of
the total population was Hispanic or
Latino of any race.
Albany is the capital city of the U.S.
state of New York, the seat of Albany
County, and the central city of New
York's Capital District. Roughly 135 miles
north of the City of New York, Albany sits
on the west bank of the Hudson River,
about 10 miles south of its confluence
with the Mohawk River. The population of
the city was 97,856 at the time of the
2010 census.
New York is the most populous city in
the United States and the center of the
New York Metropolitan Area, one of the
most populous urban agglomerations in
the world. The city is referred to as New
York City or the City of New York to
distinguish it from the State of New York.
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New Mexico
Las Cruces, also known as "The City of
the Crosses", is the county seat of Doña
Ana County, New Mexico. The population
was 97,618 in 2010 according to the
2010 Census, making it the second
largest city in the state.
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