US Cities by Largest Historical Population

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Can you name the US Cities by their Largest Historical Population?

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PopulationCityState (Year)
8,175,133New York (2010)
3,792,621California (2010)
3,620,962Illinois (1950)
2,099,451Texas (2010)
2,071,605Pennsylvania (1950)
1,849,568 Michigan (1950)
1,445,632Arizona (2010)
1,327,407Texas (2010)
1,307,402California (2010)
1,197,816 Texas (2010)
949,708 Maryland (1950)
945,942California (2010)
914,808 Ohio (1950)
856,796 Missouri (1950)
829,718Indiana (2010)
821,784Florida (2010)
805,235California (2010)
802,178 District of Columbia (1950)
801,444 Massachusetts (1950)
790,390Texas (2010)
787,033 Ohio (2010)
741,324Wisconsin (1960)
741,206 Texas (2010)
741,096 Kentucky (2010)
731,424 North Carolina (2010)
676,806 Pennsylvania (1950)
650,100 Tennessee (2000)
649,121 Texas (2010)
627,525Louisiana (1960)
626,681 Tennessee (2010)
608,660 Washington (2010)
600,158 Colorado (2010)
583,776 Oregon (2010)
583,756 Nevada (2010)
580,132 New York (1950)
579,999 Oklahoma (2010)
545,852 New Mexico (2010)
521,718 Minnesota (1950)
520,116 Arizona (2010)
507,087Missouri (1970)
503,998 Ohio (1950)
496,973Georgia (1970)
494,665 California (2010)
466,488 California (2010)
462,257 California (2010)
442,337New Jersey (1930)
439,041 Arizona (2010)
437,994 Virginia (2010)
416,427 Colorado (2010)
408,958 Nebraska (2010)
403,892 North Carolina (2010)
399,484California (2000)
399,457 Florida (2010)
393,049Oklahoma (2000)
383,818Ohio (1970)
382,368 Kansas (2010)
365,438 Texas (2010)
347,483 California (2010)
340,887Alabama (1960)
337,977California (2000)
336,265 California (2010)
335,709 Florida (2010)
332,488New York (1950)
325,078 Colorado (2010)
316,715 New Jersey (1930)
313,411Minnesota (1960)
307,951Virginia (1970)
305,215 Texas (2010)
303,871 California (2010)
295,803 Kentucky (2010)
291,826 Alaska (2010)
291,707 California (2010)
290,351Ohio (1960)
269,666 North Carolina (2010)
262,332Ohio (1960)
PopulationCityState (Year)
259,841 Texas (2010)
258,379 Nebraska (2010)
257,729 Nevada (2010)
253,691 Indiana (2010)
253,504Rhode Island (1940)
249,621 Virginia (1970)
248,232 Florida (2000)
243,916 California (2010)
238,300 Florida (2010)
236,123 Arizona (2010)
236,091 Texas (2010)
233,209 Wisconsin (2010)
229,617 North Carolina (2010)
229,573 Texas (2010)
229,493 Louisiana (2010)
228,330 North Carolina (2010)
226,876 Texas (2010)
226,721 Arizona (2010)
226,419 Florida (2000)
225,221 Nevada (2010)
222,209 Virginia (2010)
220,583New York (1950)
217,385 Arizona (2010)
216,961 Nevada (2010)
216,290 Texas (2010)
214,089 California (2010)
212,375 California (2010)
209,924 California (2010)
208,982Iowa (1960)
208,916 Washington (2010)
208,453 Arizona (2010)
205,820 Louisiana (1980)
205,764 Alabama (2010)
205,671 Idaho (2010)
204,297New York (1970)
203,486Massachusetts (1950)
202,895Mississippi (1980)
202,779Alabama (1960)
201,165 California (2010)
200,564 North Carolina (2010)
200,549 Georgia (2010)
198,397 Washington (2010)
197,899 Illinois (2010)
197,899 California (2010)
197,800Michigan (2000)
196,940Michigan (1960)
196,069 California (2010)
194,973California (2000)
193,524 Arkansas (2010)
193,365 California (2010)
190,695 Texas (2010)
189,992 California (2010)
189,885 Georgia (2010)
189,454Utah (1960)
181,376 Florida (2010)
180,719 Virginia (2010)
180,105 Alabama (2010)
179,260Michigan (1970)
178,874Tennessee (2010)
178,320Indiana (1960)
177,397Connecticut (1950)
176,320 California (2010)
175,396 Texas (2010)
175,023 Texas (2010)
174,463Massachusetts (1960)
173,372 Kansas (2010)
170,883 California (2010)
170,002Ohio (1930)
169,514Tennessee (1980)
168,213Kansas (1970)
167,815 California (2010)
167,086 California (2010)
165,521 Florida (2010)
165,269 California (2010)
164,603 Florida (2010)
PopulationCityState (Year)
164,443Connecticut (1950)
163,924 California (2010)
161,791 Washington (2010)
161,719 Arizona (2010)
159,498 Missouri (2010)
158,709Connecticut (1950)
156,633 California (2010)
156,185 Oregon (2010)
154,750 Florida (2010)
154,637 Oregon (2010)
154,305 Florida (2010)
154,065 Arizona (2010)
153,888 South Dakota (2010)
153,015 California (2010)
152,871Illinois (2010)
152,750 California (2010)
152,374 California (2010)
151,060 California (2000)
149,473 California (2000)
149,222New Jersey (2000)
149,043 Texas (2010)
147,537Georgia (1960)
147,433 Illinois (2010)
146,437 Virginia (2000)
145,438California (2010)
144,186 California (2010)
144,126 Colorado (2000)
143,986 Colorado (2010)
143,911 California (2010)
143,333Pennsylvania (1930)
141,853 Illinois (2010)
141,543Indiana (1960)
140,768 Florida (2010)
140,081 California (2010)
139,966 Virginia (2010)
139,824 Texas (2010)
138,440Pennsylvania (1960)
137,122 California (2010)
136,416California (2010)
135,234 North Carolina (2010)
135,161 California (2010)
134,995New York (1950)
132,929 Tennessee (2010)
132,445Indiana (1960)
131,403Michigan (1970)
131,117 Texas (2010)
129,877 Texas (2010)
129,699 Michigan (2010)
129,480 Utah (2010)
129,272South Carolina (2010)
128,009New Jersey (1950)
127,921 Texas (2010)
127,473Kansas (2010)
126,963Illinois (1970)
126,683 California (2010)
126,326Iowa (2010)
125,872 Kansas (2010)
124,969New Jersey (2010)
124,805 Texas (2010)
124,555New Jersey (1950)
124,442 California (2010)
124,354 Florida (2010)
124,237California (2010)
122,643Connecticut (2010)
122,423Georgia (1970)
122,363 Washington (2010)
122,067 California (2010)
122,041 Florida (2010)
121,217Massachusetts (1920)
121,096 Florida (2010)
120,740Massachusetts (1950)
120,623 Louisiana (2010)
120,485Massachusetts (1920)
120,083 South Carolina (2010)
119,175Texas (1960)
PopulationCityState (Year)
119,097 Texas (2010)
118,788 California (2010)
118,772 Colorado (2010)
118,032Pennsylvania (2010)
117,517 Arizona (2010)
117,063 Texas (2010)
116,989 Texas (2010)
116,912Ohio (1950)
116,830Missouri (2010)
116,760 California (2000)
116,716California (1970)
116,714 Georgia (2010)
116,468 California (2010)
116,250 Illinois (2010)
115,965 California (2000)
115,903 California (2010)
114,773Virginia (1960)
114,024 Michigan (2000)
113,383 Texas (2010)
112,759Massachusetts (1920)
112,580 California (2000)
112,504Delaware (1940)
112,488 Utah (2010)
112,007Michigan (1960)
111,772 California (2010)
111,698Indiana (1960)
111,171Pennsylvania (1930)
111,147 Texas (2010)
110,925 Oklahoma (2010)
110,366 Connecticut (2010)
110,109Michigan (1970)
109,960 California (2010)
109,565 New Hampshire (2010)
108,787 Florida (2000)
108,755 Tennessee (2010)
108,500 Missouri (2010)
108,188 Illinois (2010)
107,312Minnesota (1960)
107,167 Florida (2010)
106,769 Minnesota (2010)
106,595Colorado (2010)
106,476 North Carolina (2010)
106,433 Colorado (2010)
106,433 California (2010)
106,114 Colorado (2010)
106,098 California (2010)
105,594 Oregon (2010)
105,549 North Dakota (2010)
105,549California (2010)
105,328 California (2010)
105,321 California (2010)
104,553Texas (2010)
104,371 North Carolina (2010)
104,170 Montana (2010)
104,057 Wisconsin (2010)
103,908 Massachusetts (1930)
103,712 Utah (2010)
103,701 California (2010)
103,621 California (2000)
103,466 California (2010)
103,340 California (2010)
103,264Iowa (1980)
103,190 Florida (2010)
103,019 Washington (2010)
102,979Missouri (1900)
102,394New York (1960)
102,372 California (2010)
102,320Massachusetts (1930)
101,740New York (1930)
100,377 Colorado (2010)
100,220 Virginia (1980)
100,216Ohio (1970)
100,097 California (2010)

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