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  1. St. Louis, Michigan, United States [City]; population was 3,828 in 1990; housing units was 1,554 in 1990; location is 4325'N 8437'W; land area is 2.83 square miles (1,811 acres); water area is 0.16 square miles (100 acres); FIPS code is 71000 [SourceCBP]
  2. St. Louis, Minnesota, United States [County] includes Adolph, Alborn, Allen (Allen Junction Station), Angora, Arbutus, Arlberg, Arnold, Ash Lake, Aurora [Populated], Babbitt [Populated], Baden, Bartlett, Bayview, Bear River, Belgrade, Birch, Biwabik [Populated], Breda, Brimson, Britt, Brittmount, Brooklyn, Brookston [Populated], Buhl [Populated], Burnett, Burntside, Burntside Lake, Buyck, Buyck Post Office, Canyon, Casco, Celina, Cherry, Chisholm [Populated], Clappers, Clifton, Colby, Coleraine Junction, Cook [Populated], Cotton, Crane Lake, Culver, Cusson, De Forest, Duluth [Populated], Duluth Heights, Dumblane, Dunwoody Junction, Eagles Nest, Elcor, Eldes Corner, Elmer, Ely [Populated], Embarrass, Eveleth [Populated], Fairbanks, Five Corners, Floodwood [Populated], Florenton Post Office, Fond du Lac, Forbes, Forsman, Four Corners, Franklin, Fredenberg, French River, Gappas Landing Campground, Gary, Genoa, Gheen, Gheen Corner, Gilbert [Populated], Glendale, Gowan, Grand Lake, Grant, Greaney, Haley, Harnell Park, Hartley Spur, Hibbins, Hinsdale, Hopper, Hornby, Hoyt Lakes [Populated], Hull, Hunters Park, Idington, Independence, Iron Junction [Populated], Island, Kabetogama, Keenan, Kelly Lake, Kelsey, Kerr, Kettle Falls, Kinney [Populated], Kirk, Kitzville, Lakewood, Largo, Lavinia, Leander, Leetonia, Leonidas [Populated], Lester Park, Linden Grove, Little Swan, Lucknow, Mahoning, Makinen, Maney, Markham, McComber, McKinley [Populated], Meadow Brook, Meadowlands [Populated], Melrude, Mesaba, Midway, Missabe Junction, Mitchell, Morgan Park, Mountain Iron [Populated], Munger, Murray, Nett Lake, New Duluth, Old Mesaba, Onega, Oneota, Orr [Populated], Palmers, Palo, Parkville, Paupores, Payne, Peary, Peyla, Pineville, Proctor [Populated], Prosit, Rainy Junction, Ramshaw, Redore, Reno, Ridge, Riley, Riverside, Robinson, Rollins, Rothman, Ruby Junction, Saginaw, Saint Clair Junction, Saint Paul Church, Salo Corner, Sax, Scott, Scranton, Shaw, Shermans Corner, Sherwood, Side Lake, Silica, Simar, Skibo, Smithville, Snowden, Soudan, Sparta, Spruce, Steelton, Stevenson, Sturgeon, Taft, Toivola, Tower [Populated], Tower Junction, Twig, Twig Station, Virginia [Populated], Wahlsten, Wakemup, West Duluth, West Virginia, Whiteface, Wilpen, Winton [Populated], Wolf, Woodland, Wyman, Zim [SourceGSP]
  3. St. Louis, Minnesota, United States [County]; population was 198,213 in 1990; housing units was 95,403 in 1990; location is 4735'N 9228'W; land area is 6,225.69 square miles (3,984,439 acres); water area is 634.87 square miles (406,317 acres); FIPS code is 137 [SourceCBP]
  4. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Baden [SourceGSP]
  5. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Benton [SourceGSP]
  6. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Broadway [SourceGSP]
  7. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Carondelet [SourceGSP]
  8. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Clifton Heights, Concord [SourceGSP]
  9. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Ellendale [SourceGSP]
  10. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Gratiot [SourceGSP]
  11. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Ivory [SourceGSP]
  12. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Jefferson Barracks [SourceGSP]
  13. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Lemay [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  14. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Mehlville [SourceGSP]
  15. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Saint Louis [SourceGSP]
  16. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Southhampton [SourceGSP]
  17. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Tower Grove [SourceGSP]
  18. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City] includes Wilbur Park [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  19. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City]; population was 396,685 in 1990; housing units was 194,919 in 1990; location is 3838'N 9015'W; land area is 61.93 square miles (39,634 acres); water area is 4.22 square miles (2,704 acres); FIPS code is 510 [SourceCBP]
  20. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [City]; population was 396,685 in 1990; housing units was 194,919 in 1990; location is 3838'N 9015'W; land area is 61.93 square miles (39,634 acres); water area is 4.22 square miles (2,704 acres); FIPS code is 65000 [SourceCBP]
  21. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Affton [Populated], Allenton, Altheim, Arbor Terrace, Ascalon [SourceGSP]
  22. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Ballwin [Populated], Barretts, Bell Ridge, Bella Villa [Populated], Bellefontaine, Bellefontaine Neighbors [Populated], Bellerive [Populated], Bel-Nor [Populated], Benbush [SourceGSP]
  23. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Berdell Hills, Berkeley [Populated], Beverly Hills [Populated], Black Jack [Populated], Bonfils, Breckenridge Hills [Populated], Brentwood [Populated], Bridgeton, Bridgeton, Bridgeton Terrace [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  24. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Calverton Park [Populated], Camp Wyman [SourceGSP]
  25. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Castlewood, Cedar Bluff, Centaur, Champ [Populated], Charlack [Populated], Chesterfield, Clarkson Valley [Populated], Clayton [Populated], Cliff Cave [SourceGSP]
  26. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Cool Valley [Populated], Country Club Hills [Populated], Country Life Acres [Populated], Crescent, Crestwood [Populated], Creve Coeur [Populated], Cross Keys, Crystal Lake Park [Populated], Dellwood [Populated], Des Peres [Populated], Edmundson [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  27. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Ellisville [Populated], Eureka [Populated], Fenton [Populated], Ferguson [Populated], Fern Glen, Fernridge, Flordell Hills [Populated], Florissant [Populated], Fort Bellefontaine, Fox Creek, Frontenac [Populated], Glasgow Village, Glen Echo Park [Populated], Glencoe, Glendale, Goodfellow Terrace, Grantwood [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  28. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Greendale [Populated], Grover, Gumbo, Hanley Hills [Populated], Hazelwood [Populated], Hillsdale [Populated], Hine, Hollow, Huntleigh [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  29. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Jedburgh, Jefferson Barracks [SourceGSP]
  30. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Jennings [Populated], Keyes Summit, Kinloch [Populated], Kirkwood [Populated], Ladue [Populated], Lake, Lake Junction, Lakeshire [Populated], Larimore [SourceGSP]
  31. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Lincoln Beach, Loehr, Mackenzie [Populated], Manchester [Populated], Maplewood [Populated], Marlborough, Mary Ridge, Maryland Heights [Populated], Mattese, Meacham Park [SourceGSP]
  32. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Melrose, Moline Acres [Populated], Monarch, Morschels, Mountain Ridge, Musicks Ferry, Natural Bridge Junction, Normandy [Populated], Northwoods [Populated], Norwood Court [Populated], Oakland, Oakville, Olivette [Populated], Orrville, Osage Hills, Overland [Populated], Ozark View, Pagedale [Populated], Pasadena Hills [Populated], Pasadena Park [Populated], Pattonville, Peerless Park [Populated], Pettys Hill, Pine Lawn [Populated], Pond, Prospect Hill, Ranken, Richmond Heights [Populated], Riverview, Robertson, Rock Hill [Populated], Saint Ann, Saint George, Saint Johns [SourceGSP]
  33. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Sappington [Populated], Schuermann Heights [Populated], Sherman, Shoveltown, Shrewsbury [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  34. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Spanish Lake [Populated], Sunset Hills [Populated], Sycamore Hills [Populated], Times Beach [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  35. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Town and Country [Populated], Twin Oaks [Populated], Tyson, University Park, Uplands Park [Populated], Valley Park [Populated], Velda, Velda Village Hills [Populated], Vigus, Vinita Park [Populated], Vinita Terrace [Populated], Warson Woods [Populated], Webster Groves [Populated], Wellston [Populated], Westwood [Populated], White House [SourceGSP]
  36. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County] includes Winchester, Windsor Springs, Woodhine Heights, Woodson Terrace [Populated], Woodstock, Yeatman [SourceGSP]
  37. St. Louis, Missouri, United States [County]; population was 993,529 in 1990; housing units was 401,839 in 1990; location is 3838'N 9027'W; land area is 507.76 square miles (324,965 acres); water area is 15.85 square miles (10,145 acres); FIPS code is 189 [SourceCBP]
  38. St. Louis, Missouri, United States telephone area code is 314 [SourceBCT]
  39. St. Louis, Oklahoma, United States [Town]; population was 181 in 1990; housing units was 90 in 1990; location is 355'N 9651'W; land area is 9.40 square miles (6,018 acres); FIPS code is 64850 [SourceCBP]


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