Biggest Cities West of the Mississippi in 1900

Name the 20 most populated cities west of the Mississippi River in the year 1900
Hawaii, Alaska, Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma weren't states at this time
In 1900, the US had a population of around 76 million, the world around 1,650 million
Cities in gray are directly on the banks of the Mississippi River
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Population
City
1
575,000
St. Louis
2
343,000
San Francisco
3
287,000
New Orleans
4
203,000
Minneapolis
5
164,000
Kansas City (MO)
6
163,000
St. Paul
7
134,000
Denver
8
103,000
St. Joseph
9
103,000
Omaha
10
102,000
Los Angeles
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Population
City
11
102,000
Memphis
12
90,000
Portland
13
81,000
Seattle
14
67,000
Oakland
15
62,000
Des Moines
16
54,000
Salt Lake City
17
53,000
San Antonio
18
51,000
Kansas City (KS)
19
45,000
Houston
20
42,000
Dallas
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May 21, 2017
Wikipedia: "St. Joseph's population peaked in 1900, with a census population of 102,979. This population figure is questionable, as civic leaders tried to inflate the numbers for that census."
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Aug 29, 2019
Memphis is in Tennessee which is west of the Mississippi River Sooooo?