Name a Valid US City by Location

Below are different regions, states, or counties in the United States. Name any city with a population greater than 2,000 located in each of them.
Only incorporated cities
Also try world versions #1 and #2
Source: Wikipedia
Quiz by CringeDragon
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Last updated: November 4, 2019
First submittedMay 6, 2019
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Location
City
Vermont
Burlington, South Burlington...
Rocky Mountains
Missoula, Pocatello...
Alaska
Anchorage, Fairbanks...
Olympic Peninsula
Bainbridge, Port Angeles...
Long Island
New York City, Long Beach...
Kentucky
Louisville, Lexington...
Upper Peninsula
Marquette, Sault Ste. Marie...
King County, WA
Seattle, Bellevue...
Location
City
North Dakota
Fargo, Bismarck...
Delmarva Peninsula
Dover, Salisbury...
Florida Keys
Key West, Marathon...
West Virginia
Charleston, Huntington...
Harris County, TX
Houston, Cypress...
Iowa
Des Moines, Cedar Rapids...
El Paso County, CO
Colorado Springs, Fountain...
Oahu
Honolulu, East Honolulu...
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Level 37
May 6, 2019
Only 2 of the boroughs which make up New York City are on Long Island; they are Brooklyn and Queens. The other three: Manhattan, Bronx and Staten Island are NOT on Long Island.
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Level 71
May 7, 2019
Yes, but parts of New York are located on Long Island, and that is the only criterium, so it counts.
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Level 62
May 6, 2019
Really great quiz!
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Level 71
May 7, 2019
Thanks!
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Level 72
Oct 21, 2019
Great idea! Would suggest adding a definition for the Rockies becuase, in my opinion, Denver should work
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Level 71
Oct 21, 2019
Denver isn't in the Rocky Mountains - in fact, it doesn't even border them, it is separated by Golden and Lakewood (as well as some other suburbs). I'm only including cities located in the mountains. The directions do specify that that is what I'm looking for.